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The Shilo Brats reunion in August 2018 has left me full of memories. Count me in for 2020.

Added: September 11, 2018
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Count me in had a great time on August long weekend. It would be nice to see a few more of the Manitoba brats at the next reunion.

If Boyd or Doug need a hand with any thing please feel free to contact me my dance card is usually open!!


Added: September 11, 2018
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We are not getting any younger and everyone seemed to enjoy the reunion so Boyd and I have discussed another one in 2020 and are open to comments, good or bad. Print them in the guestbook for all to see.

Added: September 11, 2018
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Good Morning, Gerald,

What a pleasure it was to see so many ‘grade 10’s’ and other students and teachers at the recent Shilo re-union!

I was over-whelmed at meeting so many nice people I hadn’t seen in, dare I say, over fifty years!

The music, the camaraderie, the loop of photos from previous re-unions, the memories! It was wonderful.

A big thank you to all those who organized and carried out the event! And thank you, too, for the flowers which were presented to all the teachers who turned up. I’ll be looking forward to the next re-union!

Sincerely,

Iris McKay


Added: September 2, 2018
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I too would have liked to attend the reunion but like David (Hi Dave) I did not know about it. I would most definitely get myself there for a reunion in 2020 if one were by chance arranged. I have been browsing through the pics both here and on the facebook page and was glad to see Ms Sheehan is still with us. My ears are still burning from the blast she gave me for taking off from the field trip to "The Peg", I think it was probably 1970 or 71, my family moved away after 10 years in the bush. I tried going back to school in the new town but it was not for me. I joined the Navy in 72 and spent 36 years flop cocking around the oceans of the world in service to this great land of ours. I truly loved Shilo even though I got the hell beat outta me on a regular basis. I have so many memories including wandering the Q's with Dave listening to his boom box (tape deck?). Good times wonderful memories including the black eyes, split lips and broken nose. Oh to go riding at the Diamond J one more time.

Added: August 29, 2018
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Hello, I decided to check out the Shilo website because I haven’t visited it for sometime. I attended Princess Elizabeth High School for grades 11 & 12, years 1971 & 72. Really enjoyed my time there, didn’t realize it was still up and running. Congrats to whoever is keeping it up and running. I lived at 87 Frontenac Crescent. I have been to one school reunion, I believe it was in 1980. I have never been contacted about any further reunions otherwise I surely would have attended. If I had known about this last reunion I would have surely attended. I only lived there for 2 years but it was an important part of my life because this is where I graduated from High school.
My wife and I took a drive through Shilo last week not knowing about the recent reunion otherwise I would have attended. Sorry I missed it. Please put me on your mailing list for future news and reunions.
Thanks,
David Wesley


Added: August 28, 2018
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a big reunion is in the back of my mind -2020 we celebrate a return to normal relations with the USA - no more Trump

Added: August 26, 2018
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Overheard:
“you know they are sayin' this might be the last big reunion for the 60's brats, cause most of us are in our 70's now...well I was there Saturday, and this group of teachers in their 90's came to the Sports Bar for the Meet & Greet and out drank us, then they came to the dance that night and out danced us...
I don't think we're done yet!”


Added: August 26, 2018
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Where to begin. First of all, thank you to Doug Jordan, Boyd van Aggelen, and their team for putting on a wonderful 50’s and 60’s (and 70’s) reunion. They made the whole process seem seamless, when, in fact, I’m sure it was not. A big thank you to Edith for her fantastic slide show of the weekend! Girl, I so admire your creativity and the way you captured the essence of those of us who attended. The slide show is AWESOME!!!

Thank you to the teachers who attended, particularly Miss Sheehan, who made Math 12, my second time around, so much more sense, and Mrs. McKay, my English 12 teacher.

Greg Leskiw and Don Jordan, we enjoyed your music, and thank you for taking time out of your busy schedules to entertain us on Saturday evening. The “Peppermint Twist” has been renewed!

Thank you to all those who attended, and sorry to those who were unable to, you missed a great time. Couldn’t have asked for better weather either.

It was wonderful seeing our fellow Brats and catching up with their lives. A positive experience all around!

THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!
Judy Rioux, Class of ‘67. ;)


Added: August 23, 2018
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"Mind blowing" best describes the Shilobrats Reunion nearly 3 weeks ago. There were 68 brats and significant others registered at the Meet and Greets, and there were 9 teachers and 2 of their spouses who visited to say hello. Having ten people from the Class of '65 (one third of the class) was quite remarkable, considering we haven't seen each other for 53 years. There was a good turnout from other classes in the late 60's as well. Denise and I (and many of the attendees) thought that CanadInns (on St, Matthews), close to Polo Park, Safeway, etc. was the perfect venue for us to socialize in small and large groups over the three days. We'd like to thank the other committee members for their skills the past 10 months in organizing and pulling off this event, to the folks who waited patiently as we got ourselves organized, to the brats who brought us coffee (and some wine) as we registered people, to the anonymous person who covered our supper on Saturday, to the bands who entertained us with music from our young adulthood days, to the bus driver (Clint) who got us safely to Shilo (and to his buddy who guided our tour around the townsite and campsite), to Jules, the photographer from The Shilo Stag who took some candid pictures and posted them on FaceBook, to the Junior Ranks Club for their hospitality, to the staff at the Royal Canadian Artillery Museum who welcomed us, and to the weatherman for the beautiful weather that weekend. And to every one else, thanks for the hugs, for the flowers, and for the memories. :!clap: :!party: :!sun: :!inlove:

Added: August 22, 2018
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