I just wanted to which everyone Happy Holidays and New Year!
Soon it will be two years away from our 25th Class Reunion in 2010. Now is the time to start planning for the reunion. Dinner and Family Day sounds like it would be fun. We could even open up the Family Day for any alumni from Ainsworth High School.
And if you have a family picture from the holidays, please send it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get it on the website: www.ainsworth1985.com.
Again, Happy Holidays and New Year to you and your family!
I got an e-mail from Tammy (Peel) Collins telling me that Mr. Dunstan had passed away yesterday. The only information we have so far is from the listing in MLive. Thought I would pass it along to everyone.
I also think this would be a great place to share any stories we have of Mr. Dunstan. I can think of at least three stories about him and the times we had in his classroom.
| DUNSTAN, Lawrence – Of Flint, age 60, died Wednesday, December 12, 2007. Funeral arrangements will be announced later
Published in the Flint Journal on 12/13/2007.
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Since I have been working on the website (www.ainsworth1985.com) and started the blog. Little things I remember from schools have been popping in my mind.
I think this one came from my aunt who works at an elementary school cafeteria. Does anyone remember the cookies from the cafeteria at Ainsworth? They had chocolate chip, peanut butter and sugar with frosting cookies (those are the one’s that I remember). I loved those cookies. I think I got one every time I got lunch.
I would love to have one of those cookies today! They were so good. I’m sure they weren’t the healthiest of things for you.
So is there anything that pops in your mind from your years at school?