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Fun times in Chicago

May 1,2,3, 2015


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We had a blast at the 50th LCHS Reunion!  Several attended the Friday night Football Game and the Banquet.  Here are a few pictures from the weekend.  Enjoy!

Susie Rogers Lavenue and Ann Homra Cromwell                Ann, Sherry Joy Michaelcheck Alexander, Martha Thurmon Helton, Barry Olhausen, Danny Calton

Ann, Barry, Martha and Jim Wray

Others attending were Greg and Craig Williams, Elaine Nunnery Smith, Judy Shell Fisher, Jim Lavenue,




We had a  HAPPY  time at Pickwick!
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Thanks so much to Jim and Susie for being such wonderful hosts.

back row l to r:  Janiece Wood Wray, Barry Olhausen, Wendol Thorpe, Craig Williams, Douglass Markham,
 Ann Homra Cromwell, Greg Williams, Martha Thurmon Helton

front row l to r:  Jim Lavenue, Susie Rogers Lavenue, Mary Zon McKeel Smith, Judy Shell Fisher

May 3, 2014


Michael Fowler and Sharron Barton Mikrut- not pictured in group picture

 June 1, 2013 Class Gathering in Medina, TN

Thanks to Judy Shell Dennison for making this happen.  We all had a great time and
look forward to getting together again.



One of the guys in this pictured still has the tie he was wearing in this photo and STILL WEARS IT!  Guess Who?

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Jr. Sr. Banquet 1970

Spotlight on Sports

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Mr. Howard Guthrie


Then.....and Now!


Class of 70 leaves another mark at LCHS


These beautiful picnic tables will be enjoyed for many years by the LCHS students....thanks to contributions made by the CLASS OF 70! 
We appreciate the Construction Classes for building them.

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Project Website!

Welcome to the website for the
Lake County High School
 Class of 1970!
It is an honor and a privilege to be our Class Webmaster. The Class of 70 has remained closer than any class in the history of LCHS. We are admired and amazed by many for this achievement. As we enter our "post 50" phase of life, many of us find it more difficult to keep in touch. This forum will enable communication in a new format. Please send any information, pictures, stories, births, deaths, “good gossip”, etc. that you would like to share online. We will also have a prayer list for those prayer warriors in our class. Please check it often. Put our site on your "favorites" list.

I look forward to being your class “spider”
Martha (Thurmon) Helton

Thanks to the financial contributors so far to this website - any donations will be graciously accepted and used to improve and continue our site.

Jim and Susie Lavenue
Rita Vaughn Powell
Sharron Barton Mikrut
Janiece Wood Wray
Deborah Lovings
Susan White Rogers
Mary Lynn Darnell Smith
Judy Whitson Mayo
Ann Homra Cromwell
Cassandra Black Chadwick
Mary Zon McKeel Smith
Barry Olhausen
Greg Williams
Craig Williams
Douglass Markham
Susan Tipton Wolfe
Elaine Nunnery Smith
Martha Thurmon Helton
Wendol Thorpe
Danny Calton

Our Gifts to LCHS
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Sign that we purchased with our left over
funds in 1970

Pin Oak tree that was planted in 2000 - at our
30 year reunion


Joyce Smith Marvin sent this picture of her 10th Birthday Party in Ridgely.
  See if you can name any more of these
friends.  Good Times!!

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 Elaine Nunnery Smith, Janice Hammer, Deborah Lovings, Pat Chism, George Robert Sansom, Barry Olhausen, Mike Nunnery, Doris Ward, Deborah Ball Longmire, Judy Ann Shell, Martha Thurmon Helton, Mitzi Cater and Betty Ann Williams.



Senior Play Cast 1970

Did You Know?

Our Gyre Falcon Mascot is pronounced JIR - with a long i. Like Gyrate. The majestic bird soars in a circular motion or a spiral motion, especially around a fixed central point. I don't know that I have ever heard it pronounced correctly....

Our Class Composite Picture
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Our Graduation Invitation
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A Moment from the Past.........


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