Daily Independent (Ashland, KY)

Opinion

June 11, 2013

In Your View

(Continued)

ASHLAND — 1963 Blazer class needs addresses

The Paul G. Blazer High School Class of 1963 (the first graduating class from Blazer) will be having a 50-year class reunion Friday, Sept. 20, and Saturday, Sept. 21. All 1963 classmates are invited to attend.

The following names are classmates for whom we have no contact information. If you have information on these names, please contact Ken Smith at (606) 571-3861, email kksmith4@windstream.net or Sheila Thornbury at (606) 585-7407, email sheilav@bellsouth.net.

Diann Mary Barnett Moore, Nancy Josephine Hills, Charlee Sheryl Hoke, Paula Jean Holbrook, Ramona Hunt, Donald May, Mike Moore, Sandra Sue Newsom, Shirley V. Payne Brown, Jennifer Lynn Quillen Smith, Jaynie Darlene Scott, Cheryle Robin Shaffer, Sandra Lynn Sloan, Susan Smedley Burks, Susan Irene Taylor, Joyce Earlene Wiley Schultetus, Larry Richard Williams, Mike Wilson and Nancy Alice York.

Ken Smith, Russell

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