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PROFILE UPDATES


•   Elsie Cooper (Fleming)  9/25
•   Mazetta Ford (Ford-Medina)  9/25
•   Ollis Mozon  9/18
•   Marsha Turner (Botts)  9/18
•   Patricia Townsend (Mosby)  9/17
•   Sandra Wallace  9/14
•   John Rice  9/10
•   Wanda Stewart  9/8
•   Wanda Franklin (Watson)  9/6
•   Denise Bouldin (Wilson)  9/3
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WHERE ARE THEY NOW


WHERE WE LIVE


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2 live in California
1 lives in Colorado
1 lives in Connecticut
32 live in District Of Columbia
3 live in Florida
1 lives in Georgia
1 lives in Illinois
1 lives in Kentucky
58 live in Maryland
1 lives in Massachusetts
1 lives in Michigan
2 live in Nevada
3 live in New York
2 live in North Carolina
1 lives in Texas
10 live in Virginia
1 lives in Wisconsin
219 location unknown

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JOINED CLASSMATES


Percentage of Joined Classmates: 36.3%


A:   126   Joined
B:   221   Not Joined
(totals do not include deceased)

WELCOME

to the official website of

Calvin Coolidge High School

CLASS OF 1971

 

The site serves as a convenient tool for communicating with classmates and for important announcements about our class and current reunion activities.  Be sure to check in with the web site frequently to chat with classmates, and participate in forums, opinion polls, surveys, and contests.  We hope you enjoy our website    Be sure to check out the announcements below!    

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Class of 1971 Annual Giving and Fundraising Campaign

The Class of 1971 Steering Committee is happy to announce the start of this Year's Annual Giving and Fundraising Campaign.  After having a very successful 50th Class Reunion Gala in September, the Class of 1971 is in full swing developing fundraising events, increasing our grants to academic programs of Calvin Coolidge High School, and awarding scholarships for the Neil Faulkner Scholarship Fund. Over the years, our classmates have given thousands of dollars to these three worthy causes so that Calvin Coolidge students can excel academically and be able to receive a quality education.  At our 50th Class Reunion, classmates enthusiastically expressed their desire to give and do more to help Coolidge students succeed in today's competitive environment.  We need your donations, no matter how small, to help support fundraising events for future grants and donations.  Please give to this worthy cause!  You can give $10, $20, $50, $100, or whatever you would like to give, and yes, we accept credit card donations right here on our site, and check donations as well.  Join your fellow classmates by supporting the Class of 1971.

This year we have three categories of giving:

 Neil Faulkner Scholarship Fund

As you already know, Neil Faulkner, Class of 1971 was one of the founders of the Calvin Coolidge High School Alumni Association, and he was also the Reunion Steering Committee Chair for our 20 th and 30th Reunions. Neil Falkner, and classmates like Donna Bradley, and other classmates were the backbone of every event for our Class of 1971. In recognition of Neil’s legacy and through your generous donations we have unselfishly given to a young student in his/her junior year in college who remains and matriculates through college.  The scholarship can only be awarded to a Coolidge graduate who applies, who expresses a financial need for funds, and is a continuing student matriculating through a college program. The student must be in school and stay in school to receive the scholarship. This year the Reunion Steering Committee would like to give four $1,000 scholarships to worthy students who meet our scholarship criteria. 

It doesn’t matter the amount, $5.00, $10, $20, $50, $100.  Give what you are comfortable with at this time.  Remember, that a deserving young student appreciates it, and, “It does make a difference! 

Donate to Calvin Coolidge Academic Programs

Calvin Coolidge High School is a fast evolving academic community of students and faculty.  This year there are a number of special emphasis programs and learning academies including the Academy of Health Sciences that addresses the critical gap in STEM fields and that prepares students for health professions, NAF Mass Media Program, an Early College Preparatory Program, the ROTC Program, and others. You know as the saying goes, "It takes a village to raise a child". So, let's all come together and donate funds so that we can award small grants of $500.00 to these programs to provide enrichment programs for the students. We've awarded grants to these programs in the past in partnership with the faculty and administration of Coolidge High School. These small grants are very helpful because they bring additional resources to the faculty and educate and stimulate academic achievement among the students.

Donate To Fundraising Events

Our Steering Committee was so pleased to receive so many accolades from our classmates who attended the 50th Reunion Gala.  What a special event!  It took over 18 months to produce and plan, and a significant amount of money to bring to fruition. The reality of producing fundraising events is that it "takes money to make money".  So, why not donate to events that will help us raise monies for future scholarships and grants for Coolidge High School students and academic programs. Initially, the Reunion Steering Committee kindly donated about one fourth of the funds needed to secure our event venue and to initiate the planning and production of this event. Some of our classmates also donated monies for other fundraising events in the past as well. So, we decided that this should be a donation category that needs your help. We''ll poll all of you to see what you would like to do whether it is a  beach/pool party, crab feast, luncheon, or old fashion house party, but we need the seed money to get it started.