Members of the Curley Class of 1967 made their way to the corner of Erdman and Sinclair to celebrate their 50th Reunion.
The celebration began on Friday, May 19th as they participated in a school-wide Mass with the current student body and received their "Golden Friar" pins. The names of the deceased members of the Class of ’67 were read during the intercessions. That morning concluded with brunch and tours of the school.
Saturday evening class members and their spouses/guests met for a cocktail hour and dinner at the Boumi Temple catered by Atlantic Catering. Gerry Holthaus spoke as part of a short program. He wove funny stories and class acievements into remarks that articulated the meaning of the reunion and the place of the class of '67 in Curley history. Fr. Donald then spoke about Curley past, present and future and how each graduate is always a part of the Curley family. Lenny Delozier then read the names of the deceased members of the class and Fr. Donald then offered a prayer for them, and blessing over the food and fraternity for the evening.
Coach Patry, Coach Tillman, Mr. Carl Cuneo and Mrs. Carol Ann Cuneo, members of the faculty and staff in the 60's were present.
The Class of 1967 made a gift to the school on the occasion of their 50th Reunion. They endowed a scholarship in the name of the class and reached the $25,000 goal required to endow a scholarship.
Contributions to the Class Gift are still being accepted. Click HERE to make a gift. Designate "Endowed Scholarship" and then type in "Class of 67 Gift" in the field.