Are you in this photo? Class reunion organizers want to hear from you

Waine Meyers is organizing a 60-year reunion for the Alderson elementary Grade 6 class of 1959

Are you one of the Alderson elementary students in this class photo?

If so, Waine Meyers would like to hear from you.

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He is organizing a 60-year reunion for the Grade 6 class of 1959 — Mr. Robert McBay's class — and is hoping to track down as many former students as possible.

"As it will be 60 years this coming spring, we have been working hard on locating our classmates," Meyers told The Tri-City News. "We’ve been fortunate to locate over half and will continue to search for the balance."

Back in 1959, Grade 6 was the highest level at Alderson elementary. Most of the students would have moved on the following year to Winslow Jr. secondary before finishing their final grades at Como Lake Sr. secondary (Centennial secondary was not built yet).

Anyone who is in the photo or recognizes one of the students is asked to contact Waine at waine@shaw.ca.

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