60th Reunion a Success!
The Reunion Planning Committee for the PHS Class of 56 – 60th Reunion was formed in the fall of 2015.  A survey form was prepared by the committee and sent to all known addresses.  After the Committee received responses to the survey, they selected dates, location and venues (See Class of 56 News for details )

Tom Shope and Vic Payne organized the first meeting which  was held at Judy Perrine’s home in Kingston. The Planning Committee included Judy Perrine, Tom Shope, Vic Payne, Marge Asbury, Jack Fisher, Edith (Kostron) and Roger Labaw, Romus Broadway, Kathy (Stults) Titus, Bill Spencer and Joni (McCool) Dyer.

The Saturday night Reunion Program included a great performance of those classmates who were members of the PHS Choir.  In addition, Jeanie Stratton prepared a terrific Reunion Reminiscence “The Way It Was” .

50th Reunion a Success!
The 50th Reunion was a tremendous success.  Blessed with great weekend weather and a remarkable attendance the Class of 56 Reunion weekend could not have been more perfect.  Be sure to check out all of 50th Reunion photos.

Reunion Committee
The first meeting of the Class of 56 Reunion Committee took place May 13th 2005 and was hosted by Jack Fisher.  In attendance  Arnold Alden, Sandy Bertrand (Richey), Carol Collings (Clevenger), Mary Farlee (Kraeger), Jack Fisher, Edie Kostron (Labaw), Roger Lebaw, Joan McCool (Dyer), Vic Payne, Judy Perrine and Bill Spencer.  Arnold Alden and Romus Broadway were elected as Committee Co-Chairmen.

The Weekend Activities
The 50th “Class of 56” Reunion was held at the Westin Hotel (former Marriott site of 1996 Reunion) on Friday September 8th thru Sunday September 10th, 2006.  It started with a patio reception Friday night at the Westin Hotel followed by a visit to Princeton High School Saturday morning and then a Saturday evening cocktail hour and dinner dance.  All this was wrapped up on Sunday with a farewell brunch at the Westin Hotel.

Marvin Trotman inducted into the Princeton High School Hall of Fame
Marvin Trotman “Class of 56” was inducted in the first PHS Hall of Fame class.  The hall, created in 2003, formally perpetuates the memory of those athletes, teams, coaches, and supporters who have brought distinction, honor, and excellence to Princeton High School athletics. The Hall of Fame speaks volumes about the rich legacy of Princeton High School athletics. All those involved in this initiative are proud to be part of this new tradition that recognizes individuals who have meant so much to the school and community.  Joe Jingoli, former football coach and athletic director was inducted Posthumously into the hall.

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