Welcome Classmates, Friends and Family of the Brainerd Senior High School Class of 1970
Updated Feb. 13, 2015
UPDATE - February 13, 2015 -
Plans for a 45-year reunion are now in place.
Yesterday's Gone is located in the old Moose Building
at 219 S 9th St (corner of S 9th and Laurel).
Doors will open at 5 pm and the room will stay available until closing.
There are 2 parking lots and parking on the street.
There will be a cash bar and a menu available (see their web site).
The kitchen will be open until 11 pm.
Coors Lite has a shuttle service available (call 218-270-0847).
We would like to have an idea of how many will be attending,
so please RSVP Harley Ellis at email@example.com by 6/20/15.
Please let other classmates know about our website with reunion info.
There is also a
page for this 45-year Reunion event.
UPDATE - February 8, 2013 -
The "Mission Improbable" film
produced by classmate Bob Cummins and starring Craig Engelhart,
Dean Gerdes, Terri Lovald ('71), Fred Potthoff and Don Smith
is now available on YouTube. You can select a hi-def version by
clicking on the options gearwheel.
UPDATE - July 22, 2010 -
See the Reunion Information page
for updates -
new 40-Year Reunion Highlights page and Photo Album(!),
and changes to the reunion committee for the 45-Year Reunion in 2015.
UPDATE - May 7, 2010 -
"Reunion Information" has additional details about the upcoming reunion.
Reminder: There will be no mailings sent out. This website is the
primary source of reunion information. So don't wait for a letter before
sending in your registration to Brian!
UPDATE - April 28, 2010 -
"Departed Classmates" has several new obituaries added
in the past month. "Classmate & Contact Information"
now has links for over 100 classmates that are on Facebook.
This site was created March 13, 2010, to provide
information about upcoming reunions and about our classmates.
I'm John Van Essen and I created and
maintain our class web site with the help of other volunteers.
Tony Gebhard of Sytek Communications
and member of the Class of '69 is the webmaster of the
Class of 1969 website
and graciously provided his website templates for our use.
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