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This is the actual film clip of the Class of 1964
at the 50th Reunion singing The Alma Mater along
with the Yale Chorus. The Words were scrolling
up the 8 foot Screen just as we did at the 
45th Reunion.
However, at the 45th we did not have a recording of the Class of 64's Voices. 
This time - On April 12, 2014 and thanks to Carole Sopko and her Galaxy Phone - we have the many talented voices of our illustrious class
members in their full glorious rendition of our wonderful school song. Just click the
YouTube link and turn up your volume.
 

THE VOICES OF THE CLASS OF 1964
 50th Reunion    April 12, 2014


TO HEAR: Just Click The You Tube Link
and Turn Up Your Volume:




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NyJDtcE1L2U
 

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