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11/04/11 03:06 PM #1    

 

Janet Ellingson (Ungurs)

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12/05/14 12:35 PM #2    

Larry (Aka Lawrence) Carson

SANTA at The Puyallup Fairgrounds.

So here is Franklin Pierce’s very own … and most popular West Coast Santa …  now at the Puyallup Fair Grounds. 

Some may recall that for 7 years he was invited to share smiles and joy at the South Hill Mall but has now relocated to the amazing and newly built North Pole located at the Puyallup Fair Grounds.

And some say that this Santa looks a lot like a younger brother to me.  I wonder why.  J

http://northpoleatthefair.com/storefront/

Posting by Larry Carson

 

 


12/07/14 12:39 PM #3    

Ina Christensen (Culberson)

What a cool experience this looks to be!  Makes me wish my children were still young--no, I take that back.  They are great just the ages they are now.  Ina Culberson


12/08/16 01:07 PM #4    

Larry (Aka Lawrence) Carson

And So Here He Is Again ...

Franklin Pierce's Very Own ...  Santa ... At The North Pole ... No Horrible Lines ... Reservations a Must.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rBcFsZdiDWw

 

Thanks to the folks at the Puyallup Fair Grounds

 


03/14/19 12:34 PM #5    

Ted Wilson

Thank you for your warm welcome.  Though I was a member of the class for only the first four years with the class at Harvard and  Midland Elementary (k-3) I did grow an attachment in that short time with the students that I started out with.  I later got reaquanted with many when I finally enter FPH. 

 

 


08/27/19 06:22 PM #6    

Ted Wilson

 

I have been thinking of this Idea for a long time and since I have just past the 75 year mark I tought it was time to bring it before the various classes that may wish to do it.  The idea is to have a mulitple class reunion.  All of us went to school with many classes.  The class of 62 had the classes of 59, 60, 61,-,63,and 64 as both student body members as well as classmates through out their years at both elementary and high school.  I myself have the distinction of being a rare breed, a universal student, for I have been a member of 62,63 and 64 through my years of schooling in the FP district.  There was a time I thought they were going have me as the first student to retire from the district without benefits.  I have mentioned this to one member of the class of 62, and they thought it would be a nice occasion.  In the past, the class of 64 was the strongest most motivated class to have gone through the system.  This was told to me by Mr. Ervin seveal years after the 64 graduation.  I believe the class of 62 has the were-with-all to accomplish this project. So I am giving this challenge to this class as well as 63, and 64.  All it will take is to start the conversation and see where it goes.  Well have fun thinking about it.  Ted Wilson, Class of 62,63 and 64.

 

 


08/28/19 10:25 AM #7    

Larry (Aka Lawrence) Carson

Re: Multiple Class Year Reunions

My wife graduated from Park City's highschool and they always have multiple class reunions and love it.   Sharing the work, sharing the costs and sharing the fun and laughter.    

At lease for Park City ... its a success.

 


08/28/19 11:49 AM #8    

Ted Wilson

Glad to hear it Larry, why can't the class of 62 do the same.  Their 60th is coming up in two years, plenty of time to get the word out.  I'll be going to the 64-55th reunion in a couple of weeks, 9/21/19.  Well until another time.  Ted


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