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Evanston Twp High School
Class Of 1964

KEEP SMILING DURING THESE DIFFICULT TIMES!

It was great to see the humorous April 1st exchange between our classmates, Preston and Jay, about a reunion at Jay's house in Florida.  We wondered if anybody else played an April Fools Day prank and would like to share it with us (by posting your story in the Message Forum).


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

One of the most critical steps in facilitating communications with our classmates is the process of gathering classmate contact information.  If we can’t contact you, we can’t tell you about planned events.  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 song or video that you'd like to see posted, please send your request to the Website Administrator by using the "Contact Us" link on the upper left side of this page.


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 this page to send an e-mail to our Website Administrator.


 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Rommie Taylor has provided the following information:

Announcing the 28th Annual Warren “Billy” Cherry Charity Golf Outing

Date:  June 28, 2021

Location:  Wilmette Golf Course

Registration:  11:00 AM

Tee Off:  12:30 PM

Fees / Donations:  $200 for reservations made prior to June 21, 2021; $225 thereafter

 

You are invited to join your ETHS ’64 classmates and others in a great golf outing that benefits ETHS graduates.  This year, we are anticipating a great turn out of many former ETHS students and athletes from the classes of 1964, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1971 and others.

Participation at the golf outing is on a first come, first served basis.  The first 144 people that sign up are in.  This year’s golf outing activities will include lunch, golf, dinner and a good time had by all. 

Last year, twenty-two (22) ETHS students received $80,000 in financial aid from the Warren “Billy” Cherry Scholarship Fund (https://cherryscholarship.org/).  The Cherry Scholarship Fund has a goal of providing $100,000 to the next class of ETHS graduates.  ETHS students can qualify for the scholarships by having the desire to teach or work in the community with students. 

I have been in contact with Ted Downing, Dick Olman, Don (Donut) Hall, Russ Roberts, and, of course, the charity coordinator, our own Bob Reece.  Hopefully, you can help us get additional ’64 (male and female) classmates to participate in this fun and worthwhile event.

We will have a festive lunch before we tee off, attended by our former track and football coach, Bob Trevarthen.  We are also hoping to have coach Jack Tosh’s brother, Dave, in attendance.

To reserve your spot at the 28th Annual Warren “Billy” Cherry Charity Golf Outing, please contact classmate Bob Reece by telephone at 847-612-7767 or by email at reecer@ameritech.net.

Looking forward to a great time with 🏌️‍♀️ ⛳️ golf, laughs and fun…while supporting a wonderful scholarship.

It is great to be a Wildkit!

Rommie Taylor #24