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•   Lynette Thayer  8/13
•   Betsy Maurer (Volaric)  7/5
•   Dennis Dodge  7/5
•   David McGuire  7/1
•   Wilma Little (Stoops)  4/18
•   Brian Foust  4/5
•   Beth Barnett (Underwood)  3/21
•   Daniel Robinson  3/14
•   Larry Smithson  2/20
•   James Stoops  2/13
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Who lives where - click links below to find out.

5 live in Alabama
13 live in Arizona
1 lives in Arkansas
9 live in California
2 live in Colorado
16 live in Florida
1 lives in Georgia
2 live in Illinois
3 live in Indiana
2 live in Kentucky
1 lives in Louisiana
1 lives in Maine
1 lives in Maryland
187 live in Michigan
2 live in Missouri
5 live in Montana
1 lives in Nevada
2 live in New Hampshire
1 lives in New Mexico
1 lives in New York
4 live in North Carolina
3 live in Ohio
3 live in Oregon
4 live in Pennsylvania
1 lives in South Carolina
2 live in Tennessee
3 live in Texas
1 lives in Vermont
3 live in Virginia
2 live in Washington
1 lives in West Virginia
2 live in Ontario
1 lives in Sweden
73 location unknown
48 are deceased


•   Martha Shinn (Shinn)  10/20
•   Susan Sloan (Bollinger)  10/25
•   Mike Keith  10/27
•   Brenda Parks  10/28
•   Michael Cloar (Cloar)  10/30
•   Michael Fannin  11/1
•   Beth Barnett (Underwood)  11/2
•   Mark Williams  11/6
•   Kathy McKindles (Plonka)  11/7
•   Paul Kozlowski (Kozlowski)  11/8
•   Orville Butzin  11/9
•   Thomas Bowling  11/18


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Percentage of Joined Classmates: 45.3%

A:   164   Joined
B:   198   Not Joined

Plymouth High School
Class of 1967

Soda Shops, Chocolate Cokes, Gravey Fries

Does this banner take you back?  When's the last time you watched Amercan Graffiti? It may be time to dust off that ol' DVD and take you back to that summer after graduation. Might be a chance to watch it with grandkids (did I say grandkids???) and tell them what life was like when it was simple. But, please, don't take away my microwave or permanent press!  Enjoy your summercool

New Age Decade

Since Roger reminded us of being 69, I can't believe that we are turning into the decade of being 70. Who is doing something now that you didn't think you would be doing when you were "old"?  I'm learning to play pickel ball. And how lucky we are to be able to do the things we are doing.

Just think, we survived not being in car seats, being outside till the street lights came on, drag racing (and not crashing), sharing a party telephone line, rotary phones, and what???? no internet!!! We had to go to the library and look up the information for our papers. What is on your bucket list? Take time to think of one thing you want to yet experience, and JUST DO IT, then share what you did with us. It may influence us to try someting new.

Blessings, fellow classmates. We are still YOUNG and fun.


We had a great time getting together for our 50th. If, or when, we come up with a 55th, we hope you will return and bring more classmates.


Here's a new question - answer me this - "I will always remember. . ." Go under Member Chatter and add your memory.

Happy Birthday's!!!

Brian is such an inspiration. Thank you for sending all those birthday wishes.angel Share in the "Member Chatter" link. You can see the month's birthdays in the Home page on the right side of the page towards the bottom. You may not know how you have cheered someone up by remembering and wishing them a "Happy Birthday". Please take a moment and send a "Hi". You never know what a difference it could make.



Do you have some spare time? Like puzzels? Do you spend hours on your computer?  Have you found missing relatives? If you answered YES to any of these questions we need you! We have over 100 classmates we can't locate. Phone numbers incorrect, mail returned, where do we look now?????; frown

If you want to lend a hand. we are looking for all those listed under "Missing Classmates". A classmate can opt out of notifications, but at least we would have given them a choice and they would not be known as "missing". We'd like to at least locate ALL our classmates. If you have information on anyone listed, send me the address or phone number and we'll do the rest. Let's reach out.

Also want to remind you to keep your information upated.  Have you moved??? Change your address here. It's the only complete listing we have and the 55th will be here before we know it.

           Visit Our Veterans Brick 

Our 1967 brick for the Veterans Memorial HAS been installed.  A picture is on the Plymouth 67 facebook site. It is located on the main walkway by the pillers on Church St. This is a great way for our class to honor our veterans and that period of our country.  When in  town, be sure and look for it!

There is Chatter under the new FB link:  Plymouth High School Class of '67

Join, and it's a great way to find classmates.  Thanks Wilma to setting this up  enlightened