Under the recently passed CARES Act which provides financial relief for people who are suffering due to the Coronavirus, most of us will NOT have to make withdrawls from our tax sheltered savings accounts for the year 2020.
Debbie (Smith) Dietz has passed away. Obit in "In Memory".
The MINI REUNION scheduled on Sat. 4/25/2020 at Noon at the Lima Eages 370 HAS BEEN CANCELLED.
OUR 55TH REUNION
Due to the COVID-19 Situation, the 55th Reunion Committee has agreed to FREEZE ALL REGISTRATIONS for the 55th Reunion. We re-scheduled a meeting at Ho Jo's in Lima for Thur. May 28, 2020 at Noon. The link on the left side will remain in the event the Reunion actually takes place as planned. We will continue to monitor developements.
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<<<<<< Daniel L. Garrison and David E. Gossard Rubbings from THE WALL now posted in LSHS Vietnam In Memory link on the left. Special thanks to Chris (Greer) Ryan for sharing these.
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Christopher Miller LSHS ‘66 has published a choir piece that may be of interest to all of our musically inclined classmates.
"Two American Hymns" was published by Neil A. Kjos Music. Conceived as a concert piece, but suitable also for church, "Two American Hymns" combines, literally, the familiar melodies of "How Firm a Foundation" and "Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing". This treatment emphasizes the strong, rough-hewn pioneer character of the hymn tunes and with rich harmonies, explores them lyrically as well.
Copies, $1.70 each, can be ordered at Rettig Music in Lima, Ohio on Shawnee Rd, and in the Columbus, Ohio area, can be found at Stanton's Sheet Music, downtown. At the Stanton's website, you can hear the publisher's recording.