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Thanks to Sherrie & her devoted Committee for a Wonderful "55" Birthday Party for  the Class of '78.  Everything was a "Class Act".  Much Appreciation and Thanks to the Committee! Very Nice! 

"FLYERS FOR LIFE"

Candyce Hunter
She's Coming !!! Janet! Ms Jackson 'if you're Nasty' ��

Candyce will be "In The House"

OCTOBER 2015

Candyce Hunter
Reaching out

Reaching out to Ronald Willard. Please email me Donna Taylor Edwards at estlwoman78@gmail.com or edwards.dm@hotmail.com.

Donna Edwards
Thanks!! to Our President Sherrie & her Committee

Loving the FLYING TIMES REVIEW (newsletter)

Great job and much appreciation for keeping the Class of 78 moving upward & forward.

Looking forward to the "55" PARTY !! " TURN IT UP "

 MUCH THANKS!! TO THE PRESIDENT & her COMMITTEE !!

Love, Candyce Hunter Brooks

      Flyer for Life

Candyce Hunter

LOVE THE NEW "FLYING TIMES REVIEW" 

[news letter]

THANKS TO OUR PRESIDENT SHERRIE & her hard working COMMITEE 

LOOKING FORWARD TO THE "DOUBLE NICKEL" ( 55 ) CELEBRATION !!!

"FLYER FOR LIFE" 

Candyce Hunter Brooks
Join Team Victory

 

Hello Classmates!
As some of you may know, I was diagnosed with MS almost 2 years ago.  I am asking for your support by joining my team or donating to Walk MS, St. Louis.  Multiple sclerosis affects millions of people, including our co-workers, friends, families and loved ones. That's why I registered for Walk MS. Walk MS is where we connect and each step we take brings us closer to a world free of MS.  Being MS challenged myself this cause is near and dear to my heart.  
The event is April 19, 2015 in Forest Park, St. Louis at 2:00 pm near the Muny Parking Lot.
 
To join my team and/or make a donation please use the following URL.  It goes directly to the team page.
http://main.nationalmssociety.org/site/TR/Walk/MOSWalkEvents?px=12749590&pg=personal&fr_id=25412
Thank you for your support!
As always, May God continue to Bless the ESL Sr. High Class of 1978!

 

Pamela Granger
Class of `78 monument

So happy to have this monument in Remembrance of one of the                  " BEST CLASS EVER" to graduate from East Saint Louis Sr. High!

 

FLYER FOR LIFE!  Candyce Hunter Brooks

Trena Porter

May you all have a BLESS year and beyond.

Candyce Hunter
Donna Taylor - 25th Street (Ronald Williard)

This is Donna.  You can reach me at estlwoman78@gmail.com.  Is this Tree (tall as as Tree from 25th)  Hit me up!

 

Donna Edwards
ALBUM'S

If anyone is interested in purchasing one of my album's which I have been asked on social media, you can go to CD BABY OR ITUNES and many more . You can purchase my last release called THE TIMELESS ALBUM  as well under THE TY MARQUIS SMITH EXPERIENCE, and add me on Facebook too.......

Tyrone Marquis Smith
Wondering How you been

Looking for Donna Taylor who has a younger brother Ronald Taylor who once lived on 25th Street near Jones Park. It been at least 35 years. If anyone has any information please respond. Thanking You in advance, Left East Side in 1978 in my Senior Year move to Chicago.

Ronald Willard
Classmate search

Looking for Charles Johnson who once lived on Alhambra Court. If anyone has any information please respond.  Thank you.

Henry Anderson
From D. C. Cooper - August 28th - Dr. King's

Hello Fellow Classmates,

I am still excited about seeing so many of you at our recent reunion and at hope this message finds you all in good health.

 

As I am sure you are all aware, tomorrow, August 28th is a significant date in our nation's history in that it marks the fiftieth (50th) anniversary since the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. recited his iconic and historic I Have a Dream" speech.   This speech has a place of its own in our nation's history in that experts and scholars alike, have ranked it as being the Number #1 political and social speech in the past century.   This speech is of particular significance to me because as a college freshman in September of 1978, a mere three (3) after our high school class attended our graduation ceremony,  I memorized the "I Have a Dream" speech and it has been indelibly stored in my mind.

 

I was first asked to recite the speech and did so in front of the entire college student body in during  a program to celebrate Black History Month in February 1979 and have been sharing it ever since.  To date, I have recited the speech at several colleges, universities, churches, corporations, government facilities, and other venues for the past thirty four (34) years.   Over the years, I have shared the speech in front of audiences members totaling in excess of 20,000 and on  one occasion, I recited it at the Missouri History Museum in the presence of Dr. Arun Ghandi, the grandson of Mahatma Ghandi.

 

Some of my renditions have been recorded and can be seen online and below are links to a couple of my past renditions:

 

     #1:  Recitation earlier this year at Saint Louis University (SLU):

 

                http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=d.+c.+cooper+i+have+a+dream&mid=AD04E8F00CB4E891F082AD04E8F00CB4E891F082&view=detail&FORM=VIRE1

 

    #2:   Recitation at the Go Network in Saint Louis:

 

                http://vimeo.com/18931248

 

Because Dr. King's speech has had an impact on the lives of so many individuals, I felt compelled to share with you.   I feel am privileged whenever I have the opportunity to share Dr. King's words and hope that tomorrow, each of you will reflect on the speech and do your part to help to make his dream become a reality!

 

God Bless the Class of 1978!

Sincerely,

Darryl C. "D. C." Cooper

 

Derrick Cooper
From D. C. Cooper - August 28th - Dr. King's

Hello Fellow Classmates,

I am still excited about seeing so many of you at our recent reunion and at hope this message finds you all in good health.

 

As I am sure you are all aware, tomorrow, August 28th is a significant date in our nation's history in that it marks the fiftieth (50th) anniversary since the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. recited his iconic and historic I Have a Dream" speech.   This speech has a place of its own in our nation's history in that experts and scholars alike, have ranked it as being the Number #1 political and social speech in the past century.   This speech is of particular significance to me because as a college freshman in September of 1978, a mere three (3) after our high school class attended our graduation ceremony,  I memorized the "I Have a Dream" speech and it has been indelibly stored in my mind.

 

I was first asked to recite the speech and did so in front of the entire college student body in during  a program to celebrate Black History Month in February 1979 and have been sharing it ever since.  To date, I have recited the speech at several colleges, universities, churches, corporations, government facilities, and other venues for the past thirty four (34) years.   Over the years, I have shared the speech in front of audiences members totaling in excess of 20,000 and on  one occasion, I recited it at the Missouri History Museum in the presence of Dr. Arun Ghandi, the grandson of Mahatma Ghandi.

 

Some of my renditions have been recorded and can be seen online and below are links to a couple of my past renditions:

 

     #1:  Recitation earlier this year at Saint Louis University (SLU):

 

                http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=d.+c.+cooper+i+have+a+dream&mid=AD04E8F00CB4E891F082AD04E8F00CB4E891F082&view=detail&FORM=VIRE1

 

    #2:   Recitation at the Go Network in Saint Louis:

 

                http://vimeo.com/18931248

 

Because Dr. King's speech has had an impact on the lives of so many individuals, I felt compelled to share with you.   I feel am privileged whenever I have the opportunity to share Dr. King's words and hope that tomorrow, each of you will reflect on the speech and do your part to help to make his dream become a reality!

 

God Bless the Class of 1978!

Sincerely,

Darryl C. "D. C." Cooper

 

Derrick Cooper
Thanks So Much...to the Committee.....SUPERB!!! Job

Before I start posting pictures...I want to give a much appreciated Thanks !! to the 35th Class Reunion Committee.  It was so much fun!!...and I think I can speak for us all....  JOB WELL DONE !!!    LOVE ALWAYS!

Candyce Hunter
In Memory

I may have overlooked a couple of classmates that were not on the In Memory page.  Kevin Robinson and Michael "Mik" Phillips

Jamaal Works
Thankful

Hi Classmates,

I'm so thankful to be apart of such a wonderful class.  Can't wait to see you all. 

Jamaal Ali
Spring Fling @ The ILLUSION

Nice Night! Enjoyed seeing everyone again. Can't wait for the Winery trip. 

Candyce Hunter
Our Monument in 2006

Created to Commemorate the Class of "78"...  Remembering  that nice sunny day! in front of East Side High in 1978 ; )

Candyce Hunter
 
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