Minden Press-Herald

Thursday
Oct 02nd

Webster High School class of 1966 holds 45th reunion

The Webster High School Class of 1966 will celebrate their 46th Class Reunion in San Francisco, California, October 25-29.

There will be a Meet & Greet Celebration on October 25th at Frisco Fried where they will dine on San Francisco's version of Soul Food.

On Friday morning the team will be chartered to the Golden Gate Bridge celebrating it's 75th anniversary where they will take class pictures commemorating this historical event.

There will be a memorial as a balloon is released in the memory of each deceased class member.

The classmates' will then make their way to The Cliff House where they will enjoy dining at its finest. Saturday will prove to be a day of rest & relaxation, shopping, tours and what ever else the members have on their agenda. Saturday night will culminate with Dinner and Dance at the Holiday Inn Golden Gateway Hotel.

Cora Allums from the class of 1967 will honor us with a speech and special presentation. On Sunday morning the attendees will worship at Providence Baptist Church at 1601 McKinnon Avenue in San Francisco.

This is the fellowship of Billy Smith who is the host of this reunion extravaganza.

Class members in attendance include:

San Francisco, California: Billy Smith, Beatrice Clark-Franklin, Patricia Lee Johnson-James

Southern California; Betty Seamster-Jefferson - Carson, Dorothy Williams - Long Beach

Louisiana; Annie Gilbert-Gray-Minden, Mary Francis Jones-Holmes - Shreveport, Louise Johnson-Bradford - Sibley

Other States; Bobbie Rabb - Memphis, Tennesee, Christine Lee-Gay - Navarre, Florida

Elroy Allums - Hyattsville, Massachusetts, Johnny Lee Edwards - Atlanta, Georgia

Thanks to Billy Smith and the San Francisco team for hosting this reunion event.

We dedicate this class reunion in loving memory of our deceased class members and the Webster High School Faculty and staff both living and deceased for their untiring & dedicated service as they prepared us to, "Go Forth and Do."

To the white and the blue we'll always be true, Webster we love you.

 

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