THE CLASS OF 1962 – 50TH REUNION
The party may be over, but we’re not turning out the lights here…This website is still the official information center for the Class of 1962 of Lynwood High School. Encourage your friends who didn’t attend to visit the website and read all the good stuff here and ask them to share their bio. And of course, submit yours if you haven’t already.
If you ordered one, you should received it shortly (Jan. 10 now).
Typically the book is mailed a few months after the reunion. We’ll do our best to get it finished and sent to you as soon as is physically possible. We’ll let you know when it is mailed so you can look for it. And so you can keep in touch with your new old friends, the book will include the roster of classmates for whom we have addresses and emails. The party may be over, but we want the memories to linger on…
We want to post all the reunion photos we can. If you have just a few, email them to us when you send them to your friends: firstname.lastname@example.org. However if you took a lot of pictures, it will be impossible to email them efficiently. The best solution is to post your photos to the web and then send a link to your friends (and us). Many of you already regularly use one of the sites below. But if not:
First you need to sign up with a free service such as Photobucket, Snapfish, Shutterfly, or Picasaweb. If you haven’t tried this before, it will change the way you share photos. The first three are probably the easiest. Go to one of the websites to sign up for a free account. Follow the easy instructions and go from there.
Once you upload your photos, when you’re sending the link to your friends, send one to our website contact email: email@example.com We’ll post classmates’ links so that there will be a central place for us to see all the photos that were taken – and to order prints of those we like. We’ll add your name to your link so classmates will know who took the photos and can contact you if they wish to request a digital copy of a particular photo.
Very 21st century for us old folks – and we can do it!