Longmont High School​ Class of '67
50th ​Reunion
A Renewal of Friendships July 28, 2017
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See You at The Dickens ... July 28th, 2017  The party starts at 6:00PM and goes until 11:00.

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Longmont High School

moved to its current location in the fall of 1964, and ours was the first class to pass through as Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors.

The trees are taller and there is no place for the birds to nest around the second story, but it is the LHS we grew in.  Friendships, educations, and even careers began here in western Longmont between Francis and Sunset.
Memories are made of moments we shared.
These weren't just hallways of noisy children.
Rather, these were buildings that were building character and friendships.
Our Story began in many schools throughout town.
and grew with us as the years flew by.
Crosstown Rivals
Became Classmates
We started at Central, at Columbine and Lincoln.  From Burlington and Mountain View, and schools out of town before the consolidation, our journeys began to become the Trojans of the Class of '67.
Buildings of brick and wood and stone were the building blocks of our passage into teenage years of Rock'n Roll, dances at the Memorial building, dragging Main, and burgers at the Black Angus.

This is Old LHS after it had been converted to Longmont Jr. High School.  Do you see the telltale addition that makes it different from the LHS we attended?

I found this historic picture of Altona School up Lefthand Canyon that was built in 1880.  Have you got a picture of your old school to share?

Burlington School is now the Longmont Buddhist Temple

A few folks will have fond memories of growing up in Lyons.

Niwot School circa 1926

The Mead School was built in 1917

Teen Hangouts

We called it Longtown and we would "drag" Main from 3rd to 17th on Friday nights.

  1. The Reunion Committee for the 50th.
    Working to bring you this reunion are your classmates: Jack (Jake) Edson, Sue Merriam Landers, Donna Bresee, Ron Reyer, Susan Krout Hatton, Bill and Terry Trippe Brubaker, Peggy Oliver Burgess, Karen Harris Lawyer, Nancy Burger Beauprez, Moreen Wimer, Candie Dixon Schey, Kathy Brennan Parmley, Rick Jennings, Dr. Dave Makings, Kathy Wright Makings, Lyle and Kathleen Morton
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  KATHY (WRIGHT) MAKINGS
   TERRY (TRIPPE)  BRUBAKER
  ​ PEGGY (OLIVER) BURGESS
    SUE (MERRIAM) LANDERS
    SUE (KROUT) HATTON

KAREN (HARRIS) LAWYER

     CANDIE (DIXON) SCHEY
  NANCY (BURGER) BEAUPREZ
    KATHY (BRENNAN) PARMLEY
The Improbable Dream ...
A reunion for every remaining classmate.  A time for reflection and a renewal of the bonds of friendship and the myriad things we share.

It is spring time in the Rockies, make your reservations now for the summer reunion in Longtown, USA!

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