Year Reunion Weekend!
The Class of 1979 will be having a 40th Reunion on Friday and
Saturday night July 26th & 27th.
night will be an informal gathering at The Blarney Stone Tavern
(2245 W. Dublin Granville Rd., Worthington) starting at 7:30pm.
Rich Byrnes will be playing solo, it will be opened to the public,
so come & go as you please. Saturday night will start at 5pm
at J & D's Place (480 E. Wilson Bridge Rd., Worthington).
We will have a private party there until 10pm and be entertained
by Rich Byrnes and his band, "Rich and Friends". At
10pm the bar will be opened to the public.
& D's will collect $15 https://www.facebook.com/# per person
for a buffet which will include appetizers & sliders. Cash
bar. Casual dress. Please ONLY REPLY IF YOU ARE COMING for Saturday
night as J & D's needs to know how much food to prepare.
reply to Mark Cameron at email@example.com mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
with your name and party's name for a head count, or on
FaceBook Class of 79 site!
Susan Vilardo Tehan
to everyone that made it to the reunion!
the pictures of the 35th reunion via slide show on Flickr - Click
Next Class Gathering
9th, 2014 - details in develoment - See You There! Facebook us
and let us know you are coming!
you have been meeting up with large groups of classmates, send
us pics! Late October 2012, Black Friday 2012, and January 18th,
2013 a group of us met up at Winking Lizzard on Bethel Rd. See
if you can recognize everyone. Hint: check out Facebook: Worthington
High School Class of 1979 for the names.
Make your mark, get a brick! - Commemorative Paver Brick Fundraising
Nelson Field - Walk of Fame A great gift
for any occasion!
your loved ones Honor your new graduate
a local business
a favorite teacher or coach
a special occasion
a past or present team, or a championship season
an accomplishment or occasion Recognize a graduating class
will be used to complete the installation of a Synthetic Turf
Field at the Dow Nelson Field, and for future TWHS athletic facility
Donation Levels $100: 4 x 8 brick, up to 3 lines, 20 characters
per line $200: 8 x 8 brick, up to 6 lines, 20 characters per line
$300: 8 x 8 brick, with Corporate Logo or Custom graphic.
completed form along with your check made out to Cards, Inc. to
the address below. Bricks can be ordered and paid for by credit
card using PayPal on our website. Include in Special Instructions
to Seller the Donor brick size, and the wording to be included
on each line. *Contributions are tax-deductible to the extent
allowed by the law, Cards Inc. is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3)
(pick your method of tax deductable* donation and brick details):
Snail Mail: PO Box 713 Worthington, Ohio 43085
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Note from the 30 Year Club:
To all the Thomas Worthington High School Alumni friends, alumniclass.com/thomasworthington
is NOT, I repeat NOT a sanctioned website by the
school district or the 30 Year Club. They have a site for every
school in the country -John Snouffer. The Web site for the 30
year club is http://whsalumni30yearclub.com
The reunion was a complete success! On behalf of
Tammy, Kristen, and Ann, I want to thank everyone for coming and
making it possible. If you had your camera and would like to share
your pictures of last night's even as well feel free to send us
a link to them through your photo provider such as Flickr, Photo
Bucket, MSN, etc. We will set links to it from this site. You
can email your link, and your pics you want to share if you don't
have a photo provider at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are on Facebook!
Look for Worthington High School class of 1979
(and our year book cover) and jump in! Also look for your middle
and elementary school groups as they are starting to be formed.
Currently Worthington Estates, Worthingway, and Colonial Hills
are now available as a group.
Get Ready to Blow
This TV takes you back to 1979. See rare footage
captured from Warner QUBE (thanks to permission from former QUBE
writer Jack), edited by Burt Dubrew and host Michael Young, when
production for experimental two way television moved here, evolved
here, and took off. The start of what kicked off the entire cable
industry! See rare footage of Rocky Horror Fans at Graceland Twin
Cinema, Wolfman Jack, and Arnold Schwarzenegger when they appeard
on the show, and there is footage from the launch of Flippo's
Magic Circus when he got QUBEd. Are you ready?
(Password for WHS Reunion video: 19792009)
From QUBE to MTV
Relive a few memories of Worthington High School, and see what
the students are up to now, on MTV. Yes on MTV! The show "Made"
did a shoot about a student wanting to learn break dancing, at
Thomas and other Central Ohio Locations back in the Spring session
and the show (Episode #38) has been airing on MTV (as of late
August 2006). In case you missed it see previews and outtakes
online at MTV.com by CLICKING