Bob Bohls has also created a photo record of our class called;

Maumee High School Class of 68 Photos Web Site 

here is the link....

http://mhs68photos.shutterfly.com/ 

The 40 Something Reunion Photos
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NOTE: Please add all photos to the 40 Something Reunion Album #2. We currently have over 273 pictures!
2009 Homecoming
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Homecoming 2009

Pictures from the Maumee Homecoming Game multi-class event 9/18/2009.
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Maumee Theatre 8/8/2009
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40 Something Reunion

Pictures from our latest reunion August 7-8-9 2009
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40 Something Reunion Volume Two

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Class of '68 35th Reunion

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35th Class Reunion Dale's and Dinner

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25 Year Reunion July 1993
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Class of 68 25th Reunion July 1993

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Ten Year Reunion August 1978

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Fort Miami Teachers
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Fort Miami Elementry

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Wayne Trail 2nd Grade   Miss Canfield
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Wayne Trail Elementry

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Ken on the Ranch by the falls. 03-07-09
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Class of '68 Senior Pictures

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MHS Band

I always enjoy getting pictures to add to the Class of 68 website.
This month I received some special photos to add. One of the activities we grew up with was music. Most of us started in 5th grade playing our chosen instrument at lessons, but the first time we ever played all of the different instruments together was at the Lucas County Fair. Playing was hard enought, but marching while playing together and using a lyre to read our marching music was heady business for someone going from Grade School to Junior High School. FYI...A clarinet lyre is a handy metal holder that inserts between the clarinet's sections to hold a flip folder for sheet music. It is used when a regular music stand cannot be used, such as in marching band or outdoor performances.
The photos were taken at the Lucas County Fair Grounds then known as, "Maumee Downs Race Course" for the horse racing action that took place there. These pictures were taken at the Fair in the summer of 1963 between 6th and 7th grades. It was the first time all of the musicians from the elementary schools played together and had some fun at the Fair.      
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