Monthly Archives: February 2008

Where are they now?

There has been a list of people I have been wondering… Where are they now?

  • Bob Tewksbury
  • Andy Wysocki – Check out the comment from Andy
  • Alan Ross
  • Beth Nichols
  • Holly Coolish
  • Katie Siplon
  • Susie Sargent
  • Michelle Gentry
  • Ed Wilhelm
  • Debbie Blevins
  • Gracie Pacheco
  • Cheryl Gach – Check out the comment about Cheryl
  • Marie Mayer
  • Kim Somerlot
  • Kendra Wright

If you know where any of these people are, pass my information to them (my e-mail: so we can get in touch with them about the reunion and any upcoming events.

Or if there is someone you are wondering Where are they now?, post it on the blog and see if we can figure out where they are.

Thanks, Sylvia




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Looking for Volunteers

If you would like to volunteer in the planning of our 25th Class Reunion in 2010, please let me know.

I have a couple of names of people who have already notified me.

The more people we have helping out, the better the turn out. I think we should invite anyone else from Ainsworth who would like to attend. 

I will contact the volunteers on March 17th with more information on planning our reunion. 

Thanks, Sylvia

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Looking for Quarters

I thought this would be the perfect place to ask for some help. We are looking for “new” quarters.

Here are the “new” quarters that I need (I need at least $3.00 worth of each coin).

Letter “P”


North Dakota

South Dakota






Any help on this task would be appreciated.

Thanks, Sylvia

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Poetry from Mrs. DiGiacomo’s English Class

Got an e-mail from Mrs. DiGiacomo

Poetry written for Mrs. DiGiacomo’s English Class. When they were Freshmen in high school.

I will post a few, but if you would like to see the whole list, please e-mail at:

Thanks, Sylvia



Solid, cold,

Refreshing, tingling, melting,

A drop falls down.


By Shari Lurvy


I once had a scummy old friend

Who lived in a sloppy pig pen.

He never washed up

So he looked like a pup

And never was considered a ten.

By Derek Weyker


Free Verse


Let the bird out.

He wants to tell me a secret

He says it is really important,



By Mike Tobias

Thanks Mrs. D for saving this and letting me know you have it.



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