PSH Alumni Association Holding 5th Annual "Golden Reunion" On August 26th!

Calling all alumni of Parma Senior High and Parma Schaaf who have already celebrated their 50th class reunion! The PSH Alumni Association is holding its “Fifth Annual Golden Reunion” on Saturday, August 26th for all alumni (and spouses and friends) from Parma Schaaf and Parma Senior High graduating from 1967 back to the 1930s. Don’t miss this fun, casual day in the PSH Ballroom (cafeteria) featuring a school tour, light lunch and refreshments, and lots of reuniting with old classmates, hugs, reminiscing and memories. Over 250 attended the fourth annual reunion last year, and it's getting better every year!

In the 1980s, Lee Bailey ‘29, George Red Rees ‘34, and Tony DeMarco ‘62 worked on a plan to have an annual reunion for PSH alumni who had already had their 50th reunion.  Financing and contacting alumni made it impossible to do at the time. It took another 30 years to get the ball rolling—they held their “First Annual Golden Reunion” in August of 2013 and over 200 alumni happily socialized, mixed, mingled and shared memories, enjoyed snacks, refreshments, pizza and music from the 50s and 60s, and toured the building.

Tell your friends who are Parma alumni about the “Fifth Annual Golden Reunion” on Saturday, August 26th, to be held from 10 am to 2:30 pm in the PSH cafeteria, 6285 W. 54th Street in Parma! ($10 Advance Tickets, includes a light lunch; $5 at the door, does not include lunch.) Take a fun. casual stroll down memory lane, enjoying 50s-60s music and lots of reminiscing and catching up with old classmates. Long tables are marked by graduation year, so you'll be seated with your class, but can mix and mingle all over the "ballroom."

For more information and a printable Invitation & Reservation Form, go to  or Advance Ticket deadline is August 10th. Mark your calendars, spread the word, and whether you get your advance tickets or get your ticket at the door (rear gym entrance) ... don’t miss it!  Join us!  You'll so be glad you did!

“Friends come and go, but with a precious few you should hold on. Work had to bridge the gaps in geography and lifestyle, because the older you get, the more you need the people who knew you when you were young.”

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Volume 9, Issue 8, Posted 11:30 AM, 08.02.2017