NHS CLASS of '63
Music from our years
Who are we? Who did we become?
Teachers, police officers, firemen/women, writers, authors, doctors, nurses, dentists, lawyers, bankers, financiers, world travelers, designers, tourism developers, historic preservationists, city-planners, stay-at-home moms/dads, entrepreneurs, master gardeners, artists, painters, genealogists, quilters, elected officials, community volunteers, runners, cyclists, boy/girl scouts, business owners and so many others with intriguing interests and life stories.
In the 60's,
we each had the opportunity of choosing
any high school we wanted to attend
to find other like spirits.
Most of us were not born
with a silver spoon
in our mouth.
Because of that, many of us have been faced with digging deep to be successful or just giving up.
The grit developed in our teens equipped us
to be survivors!
Giving up was and is
not an option!
"The Hall of Pride really impressed many classmates, with some from other states wondering if their state had anything like it."
"Many classmates were open to building stronger friendships beyond the reunion."
"Everyone I spoke with was eager to connect, to discover another friendly person from our class. I was surprised at how easily relationships reformed after many years."
"Iowa has more to be proud of than we realized."