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06/29/19 04:44 PM #266    

 

Rocco Alianiello

Greeting Classmates:

        I hope this fnds everyone doing well and enjoying the leisure of summer. Isn't it ironic that the best meeting place these days for our "age group", notice i didn't say "oldtimers" or something rude like that, is the grocerey store!!!!!  Yep, pushing your cart down the aisle and not much caring how you're dressed or if you came right out of a dirt pile, it seems to be the place where you run into most people. Well, I had the wonderful experience of doing just that........as I was pushing my mini cart, I only buy small quantities, I ran into the best smile that Roosevelt Jr, High School ever produced.........Sue Dillen....and she immediately began to give me grief about getting lazy on my e-mail correspondence.  Well Sue, I have been a little slack, but as I mentioned, I have been posting some things on our FB page, Altoona Area High School Class of 1975.. But you shamed me into getting back on especially since our 45th High School Reunion is next year 2020....most likely in August with a Friday Night Curve game and a Saturday Barbeque. Most likely at the Swiss Rifle Club with soft background music by "Asbury Lane". More details to follow, but thats the venue we are looking to do. It should provide for a very casual atmosphere, which seems to work well for us......plenty of good food, which we all love and good easy listening music, not hard on the ears and allows for conversations. I would assume the price point will be VERY nice too, but give me some time to figure all that out. But now you have a pretty good idea of when it is, where it is and what it is........so lets get the word spreading early so we can get the biggest reunion yet. No EXCUSES this year, Steve Martynuska, Terry Adams, Al Abraham, Sue Rhoades, Karen Figard, Steve Nardella, Randy Bickel, Debbie Saylor, Marianne Grabowski, Barry Kumpf etc, etc, etc.........you know who you are..........lets make it happen. see you at the grocery store soon.  Until next time my friends

08/01/19 01:02 PM #267    

 

Rocco Alianiello

Greeting Classmates:

       I hope this finds everyone doing well. Happy August 1st, 2019.  So why am I acknowledging a new month, you might be asking?  Well, since you are asking, in one year from this month, in August of 2020, we will be celebrating our graduation, TOGETHER, from AAHS........45 YEARS AGO.....holy #*@!%.........yep, thats right!!!   Our REUNION is upon us again and to make it the best it can be will take ALL of us making the committment to attend.........forget the excuses...forget the petty BS that you might be hanging on to (after 45 years????? come on).....forget that you might have aged a bit (haven't we all?).........get a babysitter, Al Abraham........get off the couch Terry Adams.........make a weekend trip Steve Nardella........book your plane ticket Chris Robertson.........don't book any patients Steve Fishbaine.........get out of the kitchen Sue Dillen.......don't tend your backyard paradise Randy Bickel..........get off your yacht Peggy Domenick...........don't grade any papers Harold Hayford..........don't book a gig Rick Wertz.......don't babysit your grankids Steve Martynuska........stop working so much Gregg Webster.........COME TO OUR REUNION!!!!! We plan to schedule our event on a weekend where there is a Friday night home Curve game. then schedule Saturdays event at the Swiss Rifle Club for a comfortable, casual cookout with some fantastic live music from Asbury Lane........more details to follow............But, PLEASE.....start to get the word out, socialize it, tweet it, share it, instagram it, any way you can......spread the word...........until next time my friends

08/02/19 11:32 AM #268    

 

Ronald Brian Servello (Servello)

Rocco, I will be there and
will drag Clark and Linda Hammaker
along. I have tried to get Bill Freed
and a couple others to attend. I'll
keep trying! Thanks for your
leadership!

Ron.

08/13/19 11:13 AM #269    

 

Rocco Alianiello

Greeting Classmates,

       I hope this finds everyone doing well. Sad to pass on that another classmate leaves us.  There is a plan for all of us, it’s sad to see many of us from the 1975 AAHS graduating class had early dismissal.  Thoughts and prayers to Family and friends of Curtis Stump.  Thanks Charlie Moore for letting me know.  Until next time my friends.

 


08/13/19 03:02 PM #270    

Frank M. Ciccarella (Ciccarella)

I hope they have The Doobie Brothers music in the after life for Curtis


08/27/19 09:28 PM #271    

 

Rocco Alianiello

Greeting Classmates:

            I hope this finds everyone doing well. If you happened to miss the subject line, here it is again....MARK THE DATE. I have a feeling you didn't have your readers on and might not have read the fine print, so put on your readers.........MARK THE DATE...................Hmmmmmmmmmm, it's been a proven fact that it takes three repetitions before the message sinks in so............MARK THE DATE. ok , now, I either got your attention, ticked you off or you deleted me already. For those of you that are still with me............MARK THE DATE.........AUGUST 28 and 29, 2020....the 45th High School Reunion of the AAHS Class of 1975.......hey, that's us!!!!!!!!  Wow, that's exactly one year from now, that's right in one year from now we will be getting together on Friday, August 28, 2020 at PNG Park to enjoy a Curve Game in the outfield bleacher seats then on Saturday August 29th, 2020 we will get together again at the Swiss Rifle Club in Altoona to enjoy a great BBQ cooked by our own classmate, Clark Hammaker. If your interested in helping Clark prepare our BBQ which takes 13 hrs....please respond accordingly. Cooking brisket and drinking beer at 3am with old friends sounds pretty cool.  More details to be filled in such as times and complete menu, but be sure that there will be plenty of food, drink, friends and great music from Asbury Lane, and maybe, just maybe our classmate and talented musician, Ken Earnest, might fly in from California to join in the fun. (no pressure, Ken).  So .....MARK THE DATE and make the plan to attend.....spread the word from rooftops, but don't fall off. We want the largest turnout ever for out reunion.........Deb Saylor....Marianne Grabowski........Sherry Stoner........Mike Harker........David Clapper.........Tina Bistline.........Jeff Hancock........Dave Warner........Dave Wendle........Dan Harpster............Roger Seemiller........Debbie Patillo..........Beth Reifsteck..........and on and on.......MARK THE DATE.    Until next time my friends dont forget........MARK THE DATE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

08/28/19 08:59 AM #272    

David R. Clapper (Clapper)

Looking forward to it!

08/28/19 03:39 PM #273    

 

Jennie K. R. Bardell

I will be there and I am excited to see everyone! 


08/29/19 04:19 PM #274    

 

Ronald Brian Servello (Servello)

I look forward to being there and seeing everyone again. I will be helping Clark with the barbecue. I hope we have even more classmates attend!

10/04/19 02:26 PM #275    

 

Rocco Alianiello

Greetings Classmates,

            I hope this finds everyone doing well. October brings the sad news of another classmates passing. Richard Sinisi, AAHS Class of 1975 passed away this week. Obituary was in the Altoona Mirror Thursday. Thoughts and prayers to family and friends of Richard. Please also send prayers to our classmate, Terry Miller, for strength and faith during his fathers illness. Until next time my friends

02/11/20 11:30 AM #276    

 

Rocco Alianiello

Greeting Classmates,

                       I hope this finds everyone doing well and enjoying our mild PA winter (I probably just jinxed us). Spring is within sight and I'm heading to Key West for a mid winter retreat. Well, we have heard many sad stories of classmates and loved ones passing on, so it's time to spread some good news. Our 45th Class Reunion is set for August 28 and 29 THIS YEAR....yes, 2020 is our 45th High School Reunion. What better way to celebrate that with our Classmates !!!!!!!!   we have a great weekend planned with Friday August 28 being a Night at the Curve baseball game........we will all gather in the outfiels bleacher seat area and enjoy the atmosphere of baseball, beer and friends., then meet up at a local watering hole until we get together n Saturday August 29 at the Swiss Rifle Club for the BEST BBQ EVER prepared by our classmate Clark Hammaker and classmate volunteers. Both events will be dress as you wish ( just please DRESS). The weekend will be casual, comfortable with friends. Pleaase pass the word, get it on your calendar and make plans to attend. Until next time my friends.


03/23/20 02:00 PM #277    

 

Rocco Alianiello

Greetings Classmates:

           I hope this finds everyone doing their part to remedy the current situation. It has certainly been a unique but eye opening experience. In a flash, our worlds can be turned upside down. Perhaps this is the pause that is necessary in todays fast paced, divisive and judgemental pockets of society, to take a step back and realize that what once seemed SO important, is not a priority to family, health and friends. When this is all over, we will see who learned the lessons and who goes straight back to the world that was on pause. 
          The plans are still in place for our 45th High School Class Reunion, but with perhaps a newfound reason to celebrate with old and new friends. We've unfortunately seen, with all the news of our classmates early passings, that our mortality is clearly not what we thought back in high school 45 years ago. In fact, reality has it in measurable statistics, in plain sight. Not to be negative, but for those of us that played football and other sports, we are definitely entering the 4th Quarter, 3rd perios or 9th inning. But using the same analogy, that's when you need to play the hardest, because winning or losing is the difference depending on how you play to the end.
          Attending our Class Reunion could be one of those GAME CHANGERS for you if you were unsure on going to our 45th. Based on the reactions from many classmates after attending our last several events like reunions and class birthday party and Curve games, you will be pleasantly surprised that you made the decision to reconnect with the class that thought we would live forever (I'm still not giving up on that thought :) ). 
         August 28th and 29th are the dates. Curve game on the 28th and BBQ at the Swiss Rifle Club on the 29th. Keep checking the Class website  www.altoonaarea75.com   for additional details as they become available. Our BBQ is going to be prepared by our classmate Clark Hammaker. Another classmate, Paul Adler, who also does this for a living, graciously asked to help Clark and together, make this a SPECTACULAR FEAST.......Clark, please reach out to Paul Adler at (814) 342-1993 or (814) 577-5293 to make the necessary arrangements to make this class BBQ one to remember for our next 45 years. We will have LIVE entertainment by Asbury Lane and just maybe if Ken Earnest, our classmate and songwriter, musician, can attend this years reunion, he could grab the mike and guitar and play a few songs too. 
         Classmate Tim Reighard just recently signed into the class website and is looking forward to coming to his first reunion.....NICE JOB, Tim. Steve Martynuska is a proud grandpa for the second time, congratulations. I just spent a week in Key West and reconnected with Classmate Dottie Clifford who was such a great hostess to us......she is looking forward to making the trip up North to attend. Tony Mainello offered to buy a round of Coronas for the class at the BBQ (okay Barb, it was me and I will keep my word on that. First round on me).......so much to catch up on with everyone and enjoy the company of friends.
         Mark the Date.....Save the Date.....Make Travel Plans......Book your Rooms (Kim  (Kane) Sager, Can we get classmate discounts for rooms at your Comfort Inns?)........Johnny Moore, Looking forward to you making the trip....Jay Negri, you're always a supporter.......Peggy, get off your boat and make the trip.......Steve Maurey, you're always my guest........Charles Dupree, you already commited, George Hege, You have to be there to do the invocation, Gregg Webster, you have to bring Sue ......Steve Donnelly, boy do we have some politics to talk about, Sue Reisch and friends, you girls always support........Deb Harshberger Saylor and Marianne Sickles Grabowski, we missed you last time.......I could go on and on, but I'll stop for now
        Until next time my friends.

04/17/20 06:48 PM #278    

 

Rocco Alianiello

Greetings Classmates,

             I hope this finds everyone doing well with the current situation. Lets hope and pray that we can all get back to living our lives, changed for sure, but still having the ability to enjoy the many things we took for granted. Being forced into a quarantine has been an experience that we should all learn from..........choosing to be negative and place blame doesn't improve our own mental health and attitude. One lesson for sure is that your attitude can make all the difference........choose the right one. The serenity prayer has been a daily reminder and helps to set the tone for these days. I wanted to pass on my sympathies to our classmate Steve Donnelly and family for the loss of his son. Our deepest sympathies for his passing and our gratitude for his service to our country. You are in our thoughts and prayers for strength and faith. We are never guaranteed anything in life, enjoy every day, look for the blessings and reach out to family, friends and loved ones. Stay safe, positive and strong.........we will celebrate together our REUNION ( which has a deeper meaning now) on August 28th and 29th. Until next time, my friends.
 

05/13/20 05:33 PM #279    

 

Rocco Alianiello

Greetings Classmates:

            I hope this finds everyone doiung well and managing through the restrictions that have become our lives for the past few months. I am sure there are many opinions and conspiracy theories surrounding the COVID-19 as I have mine, but that's all they are right now, the truth will come out at some point. Until then, no need to engage in theories. It's good to see all the new activity on our web site. Jim Manley FINALLY joined as did Tim Reighard. Renee Clapper updated her status to married, CONGRATULATIONS. Bev Orr Nardoza and Terri Van Sickle updated as did many others. Good to see so much activity as we are getting ready to celebrate our 45th High School Reunion. As of right now, we are still holding our plans for August 28 and 29. Stay tuned to this site and I will keep you all updated on any changes. Stay positive and active. This will all end at some point and our lives will resume. Thoughts to any classmates who may have been affected or had a friend or family affected. Our thoughts and prayers to you. We will have much to talk about at our reunion.......please continue to pass the word and encourage all of our classmates to attend. Until next time my friends. 


05/20/20 01:41 PM #280    

 

Rocco Alianiello

Greetings Classmates,

          I hope this finds everyone doing well. More sad news of one of our classmates passing. Linda Donelson Dent passed away last week, her obituary was in the Altoona Mirror on Thursday. Thank you to Jennifer Munn-Wright and Sue Dillon-Stratton for bringing this to my attentiion. There was not  mention of her graduating year, but she attended KJHS and  AAHS and played the flute in the band and orchestra. She grew up in the Wehnwood area and lived across the street from Steve Foreman. Thank you to Jennifer for providing me this info. This news happens way too often, our deepest sypmathies to her family and friends. Until next time, my friends.

05/21/20 10:10 AM #281    

 

Rocco Alianiello

Greetings Classmates;

            I hope this finds everyone doing well. Two e-mails in two days........unfortunately, more sad news of another classmate passing, Beth Long Schiffler passed away after a long battle with cancer. Prayers for strength, faith and healing for her friends and family. Beth attended Eldorado grade school, RJHS and a 1975 classmate at AAHS. Thank you to Tina Bistline Norman for passing on this news.

          On a happier note (we need more of these), I received an e-mail from Clark Hammaker, who along with Paul Adler are planning on preparing our BBQ feast for the August 29th, 45th High School Reunion at the Swiss Rifle Club in Altoona. They want to make the food preparation an "EVENT" as well and need to know who will be joining them to prep and "socialize" (the best part of the prep). I will attach both of their e-mails. PLEASE contact them by e-mail as this will be the best way to connect, but please do reach out if you are willing and interested to help. Clarke Hammaker, hammaker@jemic.com  Paul Adler, adlersmarket@gmail.com         As of now, we are still planning August 28 and 29 as the Reunion dates. As we progress towards opening Blair County and PA, I will keep everyone updated on the status of the Curve game (still unclear if this will happen) and the BBQ (waiting to see when social clubs are permitted to hold events and what restrictions will be in place). Our plan is to still celebrate (I will find a way), hoping that our class will support by attending (taking all necessary precautions, of course). New activity continues on our website, altoonaarea75.com, Rudy Muccitelli, Jamie Pescatore Massaro, Patti Dubbs Keith, Deb Hatch Assad, Ken Stover and Ken Lanshe all recenlty updated. Thanks!!!!!  Until next time , my friends. Stay Safe and keep POSITIVE!


06/14/20 09:56 AM #282    

 

Rocco Alianiello

Greeting Classmates,

           I hope this finds you all doing well. HAPPY FLAG DAY!!  Although our country is going through complicated times, this is still the best country in the world. Faith and strength to all groups of people, law enforcement, politicians, first reponders, military, healthcare workers and citizens that are challenged, there are many. So without going political, lets leave it at that. Hopefully we are still learning how to adapt, even if we are getting up in age. Through this pandemic/shutdown/phased opening, people have become passionately obsessed with certain things i.e. masks, social distancing, staying confined, statstics, business closures, etc. its frightening that an entire nation can be directed (or misdirected) in a matter of weeks. We all have our own opinions and arguing over our differences won't change anyone, only be more divisive.Our efforts should be channelled towards healing the wounds, closing the divisions and tolerating our differences. Civil violence isn't the answer.......okay, maybe i stepped into the discussion too deep. Hard stop!!  

     Sadly, we lost another classmate, Chuck Grove passed this week at the young age of 63. Chuck was a product of KJHS and was our Quarterback at AAHS.Thoughts and prayers to family and friends. Our classmate Karen Harkless Duffet recently lost her mother. Prayers to Karen and her family. I'm sure other graduating classes experience this same rate of losses, but it seems like we are losing far too many classmates too early. Cherish every day and moment........we are seeing that many of us don't have that blessing anymore.

      Our reunion is still on, although we need to change our Friday night August 28th Curve game get together. The Curve has canceled their season leaving us without that venue for Friday night. I contacted the Swiss Rifle Club and we are sill good to go Saturday night August 29th. I took the opportunity to book Friday night August 28th there as well. My thought, (which can be changed with other suggestions) was to have Friday evening/night get together there with drinks and munchies while Clark Hammaker and Paul Adler begin to cook our Saturday August 29th BBQ. That process will go through the night and whoever wants to stay would be welcome to help our chefs. Then depending when the feast will be ready, we can reconvene on Saturday afternoon to enjoy the BBQ and fixins and stay at the Rifle Club until groups are ready to go out on the town to other "establishments" i.e. Al's Tavern, Family Pizza, etc. Please offer any other suggestions for Friday August 28th. If everyone is good with two days at Swiss Rifle Club August 28 and 29th, I will formally make the deposit for Friday night. Thanks for any input.

     I'm looking forward to our 45th Class Reunion, we have a great class that has been very supportive of our recent gatherings. Let's continue the momentum and grow in our attendence....many new classmates have joined the website altoonaarea75.com and are interested in coming to this reunion. Keep spreading the word.

       Until next time, my friends.


07/09/20 04:07 PM #283    

 

Rocco Alianiello

Greetings Classmates,

         I hope this finds everyone doing well and staying cool in your pool, boat or A/C. This has certainly been an interesting summer which I don't need to rehash here. It's a clear message that life as we know it can change quickly. Just look at us.......seems like yesterday that we graduated and we are sitting at the edge of celebrating our 45th High School Reunion.  45 years we have seen births, deaths, marriages, divorces, careers and retirement, success, failures, triumphs and tragedies, wealth and poverty, bounty and scarcity, love and hate, friends and enemies, wins amd losses.......we have LIVED and we should want to celebrate our lives that we are all connected with by our graduation from AAHS in 1975. The plan is set. You can get on our class website www.altoonaarea75.com and see the details and most importantly, REGISTER. Please read the details.....a couple of points worth emphasizing

  • Friday August 28 at 5:00 gather at the Swiss Rifle Club.....you pay your own tab for food and beverages on Friday
  • Saturday August 29 at 3:00 meet again at the Swiss Rifle Club for BBQ and beverages. BBQ is $25 per person and beverages are cash bar on Saturday
  • Live Entertainment on Saturday provided by Asbury Lane
  • Register on the website $25.00 per person for Saturday BBQ.  Pay by check, PayPal or Credit card through the website www.altoonaarea75.com

       I'm sure some classmates are unsure of getting together. Please make the best choice for yourself. It would be great to have a huge turnout and enjoy the company by reconnecting again at a class event. The past few events have been well attended and enjoyed by all. It's impossible to please everyone and that's ok, being surrounded by friends and good company makes up for the small inconveniences that might happen. Whatever decision you make, we will still all be classmates forever although the reunion number gets higher (45) and our number of surviving classmates gets lower.....that trend WILL continue. We would love to see as many classmates at our 45th. If you choose to attend, please register soon as we need a good count for our BBQ. Spread the word, register and ATTEND. Until next time my friends.


07/19/20 07:43 PM #284    

 

Rocco Alianiello

Greetings Classmates,

               I hope this finds everyone doing well and adjusting AGAIN to the newest life altering changes that have been mandated in PA. I understand this isn't the appropriate place to debate, so I will continue on with the good stuff.......our 45th Class Reunion. Yes, we are still planning to gather at the Swiss Rifle Club on August 28th and 29th. The details remain the same and are on our website www.altoonaarea75.com.  I realize that many out of town classmates are finding it very difficult to travel under the current conditions and will not be able to attend as well as others that are choosing not to come because of safety precautions. But there are others that are looking forward to gathering for our 45th reunion. It is all personal choice and no one should pass judgement regardless of those personal choices. It is unfortunate that because of the circumstances, some classmates that have been very supportive of past gatherings won't be able to attend this reunion. Here's a promise.......we will have another gathering before our 50th reunion. We will all turn 65 year young in about two years.......how about a 65th BIRTHDAY PARTY in 2022!!!!!!  That way ,those that cannot attend our 45th Reunion won't have to wait 5 more years to see everyone. But if your comfortable with gathering this year, PLEASE REGISTER on our website....its so easy that I did it by myself as well as Tim Reighard, Ron Servello and Diana Baney. Many others have been promising to register. Paul Adler and Clark Hammaker are cooking up a spectacular BBQ with all the fixins. So please register early so we know how many mouths to feed. Remember, Friday is pay your own tab, order off the menu and cash bar......Saturday is $25 per mouth and cash bar. It wiil definitely be well worth it. Until next time my friends.


08/13/20 03:52 PM #285    

 

Rocco Alianiello

Greetings Classmates,

      I hope this finds everyone doing well. Seems like this year has been one to remember or forget. However you wish to file it is your choice and I'm sure there are reasons either way the memory of 2020 is filed. We learned recently of the passing of another classmate, Greg Hallman, passed away last week at our early age of 63. Our heartfelt condolences go out to his family and friends. Greg was a good friend and  great teammate of mine on the football team securing the middle of our defense at linebacker along with Dave Wendle and Rocky Pacifico. Greg is the latest of too many classmates that are no longer with us. Way too early to say those final goodbyes. 

       I'm sorry and saddened to pass along that our 45th Class Reunion that was scheduled for August 28 and 29 had to be postponed. There are many factors and hours that went into the final decision, but the best decision at this time is too Cancel the Renunion scheduled for August 28 and 29. While this decision was emotionally hard to make, the reality of the circumstances made it an easy decision. We will Reschedule our 45th Class Reunion next year in 2021.  The best thing we can do is let the dust settle on the current situation and revisit the reunion when there becomes more clarity. My goal is to have the same format that we had planned on August 28 and 29th but move it forward to a more appropriate time. Perhaps the Spring of 2021, but let's wait and see how life proceeds.

        For those that 9 classmates that were registered and those who sent a check, please VOID YOUR CHECK, I WILL NOT DEPOSIT IT. 

         Thank you for all you support and understanding as we navigate through this situation. Until next time my friends, STAY POSITIVE


08/26/20 09:50 AM #286    

 

Rocco Alianiello

Greeting Classmates,

                 I hope this finds everyone doing well. This was the week our class was going to converge on the Swiss Rifle Club and gather after 45 years from our High School graduation from AAHS. As circumstabces dictated, we must wait to have our FORMAL 45th Class Reunion, possibly in the Spring of 2021......BUT............on Friday August  28th, there will be an INFORMAL GATHERING for any classmate that wants to have a drink together at the TAVERN 27 (Park Hills Country Club) at 5:30 pm. This is simply a group of friends and classmates meeting for a social gathering. No planned meals, activities, speeches, power point presentations, entertainment,etc.........no expectations of who or how many will attend. If you don't have any plans for Friday August 28, stop in Tavern 27 at 5:30 and meet a classmate or 2 or 3 or.........

         Until next time my friends.


10/03/20 08:29 AM #287    

Anthony R. Bucher

Hope all are weathering this pandemic as well as possible.

We are strong and if we keep safe we will ride out the virius.

Wishing all good health and good friends


10/21/20 02:38 PM #288    

 

Rocco Alianiello

Greeting Classmates,

              I hope this finds everyone doing well and preparing to do your civic duty and vote (only once please). Anyway, I am, as I'm sure most of your are are, weary from the non-sense that our political system has devolved. Notice that I did not put blame on any one side........It's quite alright to disagree, but the incessant hate and lies isn't. Enough of that.............so much is going on in all of our lives, that we need to pause, breathe and remember the Serenity Prayer.......life is so much better then.  More sad news about the passing of two of our classmates, Kyle Huber Gwin's obituary was in teh Altoona Mirror this week and the unpublished, but verfied passing of Scott McMillan. Our thoughts and prayers go out to family and friends.

          As we close out 2020 and look forward to 2021, our plan is to gather for our 45th class reunion when it is feasible.......time will be our compass. Until next time, my friends. Be safe and be kind. Life is too short for anything else.


10/22/20 11:26 AM #289    

 

Cynthia B. Piccirilli (Piccirilli)

Rocco,

Thank you so much for keeping us focused and keeping us posted on our classmates.  Oh my,  I knew Kyle from childhood.  Very sad for her and her family.  Stay well.   Cindy Piccirilli


10/28/20 09:38 AM #290    

Anthony R. Bucher

sue i did not know that we have the same birthday    hoe you had a good one.

onnce this bug is tamed we wiil be back to see you all    Hugs and happy birthday


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