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UPCOMING BIRTHDAYS



•   Marilyn Clyburn (Barra)  12/2
•   George McGuire  12/4
•   Diane Alston (Tidwell)  12/5
•   Sharon Beene (Kloes)  12/5
•   Becky Land (Blake)  12/5
•   Tom Willoughby  12/8
•   Louis Hearn  12/9
•   Sherry Prater (Patterson)  12/17
•   John Hills  12/18
•   Linda Miller (Rose)  12/18
•   Pam Hogenmiller (Roberts)  12/20
•   Steve Faber  12/21
•   Steve Large  12/21
•   Russell Martin  12/21
•   Donna Taylor (Corbett)  12/21
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PROFILE UPDATES


•   Sue Ann Barnes (Stagner)  10/28
•   Reeves Gilmore  9/4
•   Donna Reel (Perrin)  8/12
•   Patricia Reece (Frantum)  7/11
•   Jimmie Brookshire  6/17
•   Michael Hitt  6/2
•   Jim Hickman  5/31
•   Jerry Nick  5/25
•   Linda Miller (Rose)  5/2
•   Pat Brasfield (Bethancourt)  3/23
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WHERE WE LIVE


Who lives where - click links below to find out.

1 lives in Arizona
4 live in Arkansas
2 live in California
3 live in Georgia
1 lives in Indiana
3 live in Kansas
4 live in Louisiana
1 lives in Maine
1 lives in Michigan
1 lives in Mississippi
1 lives in Missouri
1 lives in New Mexico
1 lives in New York
2 live in Oklahoma
3 live in South Carolina
2 live in Tennessee
247 live in Texas
3 live in Virginia
1 lives in Washington
1 lives in Germany
1 lives in Japan
21 location unknown
66 are deceased

Doing good is not about being nice.  You can do nice things all day long for many people, but it could be all just more service of your own self, food for your own ego.

The world was designed so people would need each other, not so you could be nice, but to give you the opportunity to escape the confines of your own self.  When you help those who show gratitude, when you lend a hand to those who are on your side, you are still within the realm of your own ego and self.

Help someone you don’t want to help. Help him and learn to want to help him—only because this is the right thing to do.  At first, it may not feel so rewarding. But you have sprung free.

Rabbi M. M. Schneerson

There is nothing more frightening

                        than ignorance in action. - Goethe

 

 


The John Tyler High School Class of 1968 offical website strives to keep fresh and interesting material on the HOME PAGE, with other pages dedicated to preserving our past and memories.

Your input helps this site remain vibrant.
 
Members can input directly in some areas on the site:

JT68 PROFILES & MORE/Classmate Profiles - your individual info
MESSAGE FORUM - daily sharing (please respect others and do not promote political or religious views - in other words, no ranting or preaching!)

 

These 2 areas must be enabled/controlled from your Edit Profile tab:
LIVE CHAT/INSTANT MESSAGING - visit with classmates online in real time

If you need help, try the WEBSITE HELPFUL HINTS/How-To Information page or use the CONTACT US link
to get an answer, share ideas, and/or concerns.
 
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