The Senior Play of 1962, "You Can't Take It With You."The '47 Crimson Crier cover photo.OHS football players.Dave Graves goes for the layup.Slaves of Liberty: Quinn Collins, Geoff Battick, Anders Pogozelski(sp?), Rocky CollinsMajorettes in formation.Coach John Giffin lays out the plan.John Toole playing a Stage Band solo.Tim Hatfield and other members of the OHS marching band.Principal Grover MacLaughlin.The Stage Band poses with Mr. Bob Modr.Mr. Larry Griffin, Physics teacher extraordinaire.These "crazies" are Gail (Wadlin) Joslin, Susan Greenhalgh, and Sandra Emerson. Gail writes, "Tell the teachers not to fret--we turned out OK, have advanced degrees and good jobs!!"Mr. John Jeskey and Mrs. Judy Tredwell smile for the camera.James E. DeRocher, another 1917 graduate.
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Kathy (Elsemore) Kawana, 1965

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My Name:  Kathy (Elsemore) Kawana
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City State Zip:  Honolulu, HI 96825
Class of:  1965
I've been living in Honolulu since 1975 when my husband and I moved here from Maryland. My how the years have flown by!
I was working in the school system for a number of years and am now working parttime as a vision therapist. We work with
kids and adults to improve their visual processing skills. It is facinating work. There aren't very many doctors in the US who
do this type of therapy so I am excited to have stumbled onto this job!
My husband Richard (originally from Hawaii) and I have 3 children- James 29, Beth-27 and Lauren- 21. James is a vieographer
at a local TV station. Beth is a nurse in Rochester NY and Lauren is teaching English with the JET program in Japan for a year. Lauren
just graduated from Bates College. She actually survived 4 Maine winters!
I can't imagine what it's like to see people after 40 years! The reunion must have been quite interesting. Really enjoyed the dvd!
Don't know when we will be in Orono again but are hoping to build a small place on some land we have in Southwest Harbor someday soon.
I do miss Maine more as I get older!

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