Contact us by email at:
committee_reunion@yahoo.com
Moline High School - Class of 1967
52 Years Gone                  
 
70th Birthday
Party Planning

Dawn Seeds Ratzburg, Chair
(dcsr21@msn.com, 309-764-8978

John Blomquist
johnjean82@gmail.com

Mike Sauter
masauter@yahoo.com

Doug Sivertsen
doug.sivertsen@gmail.com


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COLLECTIVE
BIRTHDAY PARTY
CASS OF 67 @70

Sept 19-21, 2019
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Make plans to Join us in Moline
for the weekend of September 19-21, 2019

A full weekend is being planned with five opportunities to gather with classmates and friends.  
While there will be more information to come, here it is in a nutshell:

Thursday, September 19
A golf outing for both low-handicappers who want to play their own ball and acknowledged duffers who
like to scramble.
Friday, September 20
*A morning tour of the Deere-Wiman house (also known as Overlook), home of four generations of
Deere family members (1872-1976).

*Lunch at a local eatery.

*The main event is a party at CityView Celebrations at Trimble Pointe overlooking downtown Moline
from 6pm to 10pm.6pm to 10pm. What many of you said you wanted was a casual evening with lighter
food and more chance to mingle. We will provide heavy hors d'oeuvres and plenty of space to catch up.
The cost is only $20 per person.
Cash bar. In order for us to plan for food, we will need you to make a reservation and pay in advance.

Saturday, September 21
A bring-your-own picnic at the Riverside Park East Shelter (near 34th St) from 11am to 3pm.

Please know that all of our party venues offer easy access for those who have
difficulty with mobility.

When we were 19, Simon and Garfunkel came out with their Bookends album.
Little noticed next to Mrs. Robinson was Old Friends.
Those lyrics resonate with us today: How terribly strange to be seventy.

Please make plans to come.
As Joe Pfeiff recently wrote, It's always good to get together.
Look for us on Facebook at:
Molinehigh Sixtyseven