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Class of '68 Reunion News, January 9, 2002


The reunion will be held on March 16, 2002. Location is still (despite their recent fire!) The Jefferson House, 2519 DeKalb Pike (U.S. 202), East Norriton, PA 19401. Phone is 610-275-3407.

Price is $55.00 per person. Reservations need to be sent to Judy Earnest, 622 Monroe Ave, Glenside, PA 19038; Phone:
215-885-7626; Alleuia327@aol.com. Make checks payable to: "AHS 1968 Reunion."

Most important reminder: GET YOUR RESERVATIONS IN NOW!!!

A reminder snail mailing will be done next week along with the original reservation form mailed in November. If you didn't
receive yours, email me ASAP and I'll make sure you get one.

The next Abington area meeting is currently set for January 15th at 7:30 P.M., location to be announced. If you are interested
in attending and helping out please contact Judy Earnest.

The reunion web site has moved. It may now be found at: http://edmullen.net. The original location will only be
active for another week or so as I transition to my new ISP. So make sure you update your bookmarks/favorites listing to
reflect the new location.

Now, much to my embarrassment, I managed to crash my computer server the day before Christmas. I will never willingly
reveal any details about this other than to comment that the more I learn the dumber I get. And, in violation of my own
cardinal rule (and annoying preachiness to others) I had not done a system backup for, ahh, well, "a while." So. If you
emailed me your bio information for the reunion directory after October 31st, PLEASE resend it to me. If you're not sure,
send it anyway.

On March 22, the Friday after the reunion, I'll be appearing at The Caffe Lena in Saratoga Springs, NY. The occasion is a
Tribute to Gordon Lightfoot, a two-hour concert whose proceeds will benefit the Caffe Lena. There's a link about the concert
at my web site or you can go directly to:  http://mageenet.org/LightfootTributeBand/home.shtml. The Caffe Lena (that's the
Italian spelling, not the French, in case you're wondering) web site gives details about this historic place, the oldest continuously
operating coffee house in the U.S. Their link is: http://www.caffelena.com. If any of you live in central NY and can drop in I'll
buy you a cup of coffee.

Happy New Year!

Ed Mullen

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