Wick High School Reunion Pages
12 February 2001
there is some bad news and some good news.
The bad news is, that Celia and her former classmates didn't all
manage to get together because of the snowstorms last weekend.
The good news is, that they did manage to come up with lots of
names and addresses and a great evening was had by all that turned up.
Unfortunately!! Celia says that due to a lot of laughter, they only
managed to get part of the way through the old school roll and will have
to call some more meetings. Sounds
like a good idea to me, shame I'm in Cumbria
Ishbel has suggested that we have a raffle on the night, with the proceeds to go to an appropriate charity. We haven't decided which charity this should be yet, but offers of prizes for the raffle will be gratefully received, as will ideas for the charity we should donate the proceeds to. The prize could reflect the occupation or hobby of the person donating the prize. For example, I will donate a framed cross-stitch picture as I enjoy doing this in my spare time. John, who now owns a winery in France, will donate a bottle of Chablis. Now, did we have anyone at school who does cosmetic surgery? Only kidding folks, but seriously, the more prizes we have, the more we can hand over to the charity at the end of the night.
Belated happy birthday to Marilyn MacKenzie (nee MacDonald) and Raymond Szyfelbain who had guest appearances in the "Groat" recently. Was that Sandy Cornwall from our class that was stuck on the train at Kinbrace? Good job the reunion wasn't set for February.
More from me later.
Janis Paterson (nee McGee)