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These six classmates started kindergarten together at Mrs. Reeder’s on 17th Avenue - and were together through high school graduation- Tommy Rodwig, Vickie Goodger Schoppe, Norman Marsolan, Susan Latham, Pat Gallagher, and Elizabeth Pfeffer Williams
Several class members attended Covington High's homecoming football game Friday night. Later that evening, about 20 members enjoyed dinner together at Pat Gallagher's restaurant in Covington. Pat is one of the Class of 1968 graduates.
The planning committee for the reunion met several times at Abita Roasting Co. cafe to iron out details of the event.
Here are a number of photographs from the memory-sharing extravaganza Saturday night at Vintage Court.
Several people won awards for various competitions, such as traveling the longest distances, the highest number of kids, grandkids and even great grandkids, and the longest years in military service.
CLICK HERE for a link to the Class of 1968 Facebook Page
In the Class of 1968, there were 187 graduates. For the 50th Class Reunion, there were 68 graduates in attendance, plus guests made over 115 in attendance. Seven faculty members planned to come and five did make the scene.
Dinner was served.
Five CHS faculty members from 1968 attended the class reunion: Betty Badeaux, Judy Lacour, Bucky McKee, Sandra Hutcheson, and Curtis Reed.
A special memorial board displayed the yearbook pictures of the 38 classmates who had passed away.
A small group of reunion participants continue to meet every two or three months at Covington restaurants to stay in touch and keep up with goings on. Here's a picture of the smaller group enjoying lunch at Gallagher's Restaurant on Tyler St.
Class of 1968 Yearbook Pictures
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