A great way to keep in touch with your classmates now AND after the reunion!
BAY HIGH CLASS OF 1969 DIRECTORY
NOTE - THE DIRECTORY IS PULLED DOWN AT THIS POINT AS WE TRY TO DO UPDATES PRIOR TO THE REUNION IN JULY 2019. IF YOU HAVE AN INTEREST IN THE DETAILS ON A SPECIFIC CLASSMATE(S), THEN JUST LET US KNOW AND WE'LL SEE WHAT WE CAN GET TO YOU. THANKS FOR UNDERSTANDING!
Below is the database for classmates for the Bay High Class of 1969. This will be kept up even after the reunion - so if you move, change your phone number, change your email, or all of the above - PLEASE let us know so we can update the directory. This way we won't have to search so hard when preparing for the 50th reunion in 2019!!!
We did not produce a paper copy of the directory for the last reunion. We felt it was better to just keep an updated copy on the website. If at any time you need access to an address/phone/email of a classmate - just click below and you'll have our latest information! To access the directory - you may need a google account. Then you can access the info on google docs. Google doc is just an excel spreadsheet that is kept virtually. The link for that will also be on the password protected page. (You may be able to see this even if you don't have a gmail account - so go ahead and try!) Please note that this is the most up-dated form of addresses. PLEASE NOTE: This database is on password protected pages. When you click on the link at the bottom of this page - you will need the user name and password. Clues are below. Everyone will have the same user name and password. If you aren't sure of the answers to the clues given, let us know and we'll give you some additional clues. Be sure to include enough information in the email so we're sure YOU are really who you say you are!
Username clue: What was the name of the often-used rec center across the street from Avellone's? (all lowercase, one word only)
Password clue: When we were in high school, there was the large building on the north side of Lake Rd, not far from the Rocky River line. What was this building used for? (all lowercase, one word only) →Click here to open the directory as a google document (and you can always download this to make your own excel spreadsheet).←