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Evanston Twp High School
Class Of 1964

REUNION COMMITTEE ACTION 

We had our 55th reunion in 2019. Since we don’t anticipate planning any class reunions in the future (although individual classmates are encouraged to arrange regional, self-funded “mini-reunions”), your Class of ’64 Reunion Committee has taken the following actions:

The remaining funds in the reunion checking account have been distributed as follows: 

  • $1,800 to an “ETHS Class of ’64 Website Fund” that will provide sufficient monies to cover extension of the website subscription and domain name for approximately 10 years. Fred Brostoff, Webmaster, and Art Hallstrom, Asst. Webmaster, will co-administer the website account.
  • The balance in the checking account ($4,131.46) will go toward the highly valued Jack Rakove History/Social Science Award that we, as a class, established several years ago. The ETHS Foundation will invest it in the foundation's endowment fund, from which the annual scholarship award money is drawn. If interest in our website significantly wanes during the coming years, Fred/Art will ask classmates if it should close earlier. If so, any website balance will go to the Rakove fund. 

Thank you for your previous support for the Reunion Committee and your participation in past class reunions and the website. We look forward to facilitating the connection between members of the ETHS Class of ’64 for many, many more years. 

Kathy Dalgety Miehls, Reunion Chair

Fran O’Connell, Reunion Treasurer

Fred Brostoff and Art Hallstrom, Website Administrators


THINKING ABOUT OUR WORLD

During these COVID times, we found some interesting news items to share.  If you have comments / questions / thoughts on any of these topics, please create a “Topic” in the “Political / Social Commentary” Forum of the “User Forums" section of the website, and then encourage your classmates to view your Topic and provide their feedback.  These interesting items are mainly related to the environment and our world, intended to be factual...but not political.  If popular, we will continue to post additional newsworthy items for your consideration.

Here is the next item for you to think and comment about:

Before COVID, many of us attended Renaissance Festivals around the U.S.  The typical theme for a Renaissance Festival was medieval England. Did you ever attend such a festival? Which ones did you like best?  Please share your stories.

Remember that your comments should be posted as a  “Topic” in the “Political / Social Commentary” Forum of the “User Forums" section of the website.


WOULD YOU LIKE TO UPDATE YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION USING THIS WEBSITE?

One of the most critical steps in planning a high school reunion is the process of gathering classmate contact information.  If we can’t contact you, we can’t tell you about the reunion plans.  We are grateful for the many classmates who have already provided us with updated contact information.  For those of you who haven't provided current contact info and would like to do so by using this website, please note the following guidelines: 

  • Please go to "Member Functions" on the left side of this page.
  • Click on "Edit Contact  Info", and make sure everything listed is current.  Change info as necessary.  
  • Once all of your contact info is correct, press "Save Changes". 
  • If you have any questions, please contact our Webmaster, Fred Brostoff, at fred2m@comcast.net.

For your viewing enjoyment, here are a few ETHS memories:

Also, we've posted some memorable 1960s songs/videos on the "Class of '64 Photo Galleries" page.  If you have a favorite 60's song or video that you'd like to see posted, send your request to the Website Administrator.


IMPORTANT:  Your participation is necessary in creating a successful high school website. At this time, we’re asking you to participate by creating your online CLASSMATE PROFILE (see "Edit Profile" on the menu board at left) and spread the word by referring a classmate or two to our website. Questions, comments, or problems? Use the "Contact Us" link on the upper left side of any page to send an e-mail to our Website Administrator.