Died March 24, 2011 in Benton.
He will be missed by his family, friends and classmates.
Saturday September 29th 9:00 am Coffee and donuts
at the Athletic Museum adjacent to BHS
Saturday September 29th 10:30 am Tour of
the new high school
Saturday September 29th 6:00 pm Meet for dinner
at Sticky Fingerz (dutch treat)
Sunday September 30th 11:00 am Cookout at Tyndall Park
If you have any questions contact Pat Miller Foreman
at 501-249-0095; Ron King at 501-224-8929;
or Beth Marshall Lane at 501-778-8727 or 501-672-4014.
This site is evolving-- keep checking back from time-to-time for more goodies. Click on the photos to take you to the respective photo areas for more fun from the events. As more photos come in they will be added to the site. If you did not give copies of your pictures to Bill Struble feel free to contact David Hughes to make arrangements to send them to him.
All photos are right click downloadable in several sizes. Once saved to your computer pictures can be printed locally or saved to a disk/CD/USB thumb drive, etc. and taken to Wal-Mart or wherever to make a "real" print. Photos displayed here came from reunion attendees. However, if anyone feels that a photo is objectionable or embarassing to anyone please let David Hughes know and it will be removed from the site.
Thanks you to everyone who made copies of their photo files available.
Our First 'Mini-Reunion' Held in March, 2008 at Ed and Kay's Restaurant in Benton
|Thanks to Bill Killian and Bill Struble for these photos. Click on them for more.|
|Click Here For Part 1 of the Party Video|
|Click Here For Part 2 of the Party Video|
|Click Here For Janet Riley Johnston's Poetry Presentation|
|Ron King has come up with a super idea. It is called RE-Cycle. He is collecting bicycles; new or used, in good condition or bad, and he will refurbish them and get them into good shape so that he can give them out to under privileged children this coming Christmas. If they are in good working order and don't require much repair Ron will pay up to $25 for each one, or if you'd like to make a contribution to help out he would be more that happy to accept. Look around your house, in your basement, in your garage or storage buildings. See if you have one or more that you can contribute AND ask your friends as well. Ron said that he would like to have at least 100 bicycles to give away this coming Christmas. Call Ron at 501-376-9988. If he's not in the office just leave a message and he'll get back with you and arrange a pick up.|