The last picture...on the last day...
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On Sunday morning, October 6, 2002, after breakfast there were but a few of us left, so we went
over to York and took our own picture with our camera setting on a tripod. Our balloons kept blowing in the wind and
we were all laughing as Punky Stevens kept running back and forth to the camera to check on its timer. And it was
a difficult moment for us all as we hugged one another and departed from this place. So here is the
last picture...on the last day...until we reconvene once again
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Bidding you all a final farewell from York High School on Sunday morning, October 6, 2002, are--Back row
from L to R: Phyliss (Palmer) Durham, Joyce (Peterhans) Shreffler, Bert Robins, and Jim Dunham. Front row
from L to R: Ralph 'Punky' Stevens, Joanne (Aue) Warner, Audrey Crumpton, Ann (Gustafson) Jervis, Jane (Whitney)
Robins, Tom Hodge, Beverly (Dornoff) Jellison, and Carolyne (Larson) Jordan
You're listening to The Queen City Jazz Band's rendition of
with John Bartmann, York '52, on flugelhorn.
was composed by Jay Ungar commemorating the closing of the
Ashokan Reservoir in 1983
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