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•   William Brown (1966)  1/28
•   Melvin W. Williams, Jr, (1963)  9/13
•   Yvonne Powell  8/19
•   Virginia Upshur (Picou) (1968)  8/5
•   Felton T. Sessoms (1965)  7/21
•   Nellie Long (Handy) (1952)  5/29
•   Pearlie Ames (Murray) (1970)  3/12
•   Clarence Sample (1967)  3/3
•   Lonnie Brisco (Thomas) (1967)  1/1
•   Dorothy Reid (Williams) (1970)  1/1
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WHERE WE LIVE


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1 lives in Alabama
1 lives in Arizona
1 lives in California
4 live in Connecticut
24 live in Delaware
4 live in District Of Columbia
5 live in Florida
10 live in Georgia
1 lives in Hawaii
1 lives in Iowa
1 lives in Louisiana
44 live in Maryland
1 lives in Massachusetts
1 lives in Michigan
22 live in New Jersey
1 lives in New Mexico
26 live in New York
15 live in North Carolina
1 lives in North Dakota
1 lives in Ohio
32 live in Pennsylvania
1 lives in South Carolina
4 live in Texas
175 live in Virginia
1 lives in Philippines
44 location unknown

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A:   99   Joined
B:   327   Not Joined

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

TRANSITION OF CLASSMATES

Saddended to inform you of the passing of two classmates:

MILDRED FOEMAN - Class of 1969

THOMAS DOGGETT - Class of 1965

Services for both are pending.  Please keep the families in prayer.

 

ADDENDUM

 My heart is weeping, saddened to inform you of the passing of another ofour beloved Golden Bull Family, Deloris Foeman Sanford, Class of 1961.  Deloris was an integral part of the preparation of our Reunions and was always active during the Reunions.  There is a great REUNION between Deloris and Mildred.

Service for Thomas Doggett, Class of '65 is scheduled for June 12, 2020, 10:30 a.m., Gillis Memorial Christian Community Church, 4016 Park Heights Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21215.  Service limited to ten persons.  

 

LETTER From PATRICIA AND TYRONE BEACH

Overview of Dedication of Calvin L. Brickhouse Building, Eastville, VA

 

Dear Alumni Family,

Hope all is well with you.  Tyrone and I have been in social isolation in Cape Charles, Virginia for 71 days.  It is a wonderful place to be because there are not so many people around, takeout service is great an we can go to the beach for exercise. T.J. and Scott do not want us to be in Philadelphia and we agree wholeheartedly.

Just wanted to update you on a wonderful event that occured on Saturday, May 23, 2020 at 10:00 A/M.  The Eastern Shore Rural Health System (ESRHS) hosted an event at the Eastville Community Health Center exclusively for invited family members.  Before entering the building we had to answer questions and have our temperatures taken.  Of course everyone wore masks.  The reception was in honor of our relative, Calvin L. Brickhouse, for whom the 24,500 square foot building is named.  A beautiful tribute was given citing their continuing gratitude and in loving memory of Calvin's invaluble contributions to the ESRHS from 1994 through February, 2013.  He was the voice that advocated for the residents of Northampton County.  They spoke of his tireless efforts and his admirable legacy of honor and community service.  Audrey Brickhouse, Calvin's wife was thanked for loaning him to the ESRHS Board and the community through the years.

The Calvin L. Brickhouse Building has a floor plan like a hand.  This allows for offices to have windows.  There is a waiting room with seating of varying sizes made of materials that are easily cleaned.  To the left there  is a pharmacy wing.  Going clockwise there is a mental health suite of offices.  They offer radiology, labs, a state-of-the-art dental wing donated by Delta Dental.  The pediatric wing has three pediatricians and the area is decorated with children in mind.  They serve children from birth to age 21.  The knuckles of the hand are where the nurses station is.  There is a mobile unit to connect translators with clients who are not fluent in English.  There is a break room with several tables also used for meetings and training sessions with picnic tables outside.  The key to the success of the delivery of quality healthcare to area residents is the caring and dedicated staff who go out of their way for the clients.

The Rogers Family members in attendance:  Audrey Brickhouse, Michael, Annette, Michael Jr., and Myles Brickhouse; Sheila Brickhouse with her boyfriend Ray; Sheila's sons and three grandsons; Tyrone and me.  We were given a large insulated bag with valuable items inside:  a roll of paper towels, toilet tissue, a box of facial tissue and a small bottle of hand sanitizer.

Throughout our visit, photos were taken.  We concluded with outside photos of the family.  We dubbed this, "The Rogers Family Reunion Photo of 2020".  We hope that you are filled with the same pride that we felt for the recognition given to one of our outstanding family members!

Stay safe! Be blessed!

Pat and Tyrone Beach

P.S.  If you would like to make a contribution, send donatios to:

Eastern Shore Rural Health System  

Attention: Development Department

20280 Market Street, Onanancodk, VA  23417

In the memo section: Calvin L. Brickhouse Building

 

 

2017 CLASS REUNION PHOTOS

To view photos from the 2017 Class Reunion click on PHOTO GALLERY on the left menu (you must log in to view pictures, if you need system password please let me know).  Thanks to all who contributed photos.  If you desire to share photos you took, please email them to me.  The gallery is not complete, however, please do enjoy!   Felton '65

NCHS ALUMNI MENTORING PROGRAM

 

PURPOSE

The purpose of the mentoring program is to assist students in the acquisition of knowledge and skills,develop integrity, process information, think crtically and work independently.  We also provide educational cultural materials to stimulate academic achievement.

The program is open to male and female students in grade 7,  All participants will be eligible for a scholarship to assist monetarily when entering an institution of higher learning.

Participants will participate in school and community projects, field trips and discussion forums.

Group sessions will be held twice a month at the Northampton Middle School between the hours of 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM.

 

PARTICIPANTS

COX, YASMIN PAIGE

JARVIS, DAJAWAN MALIK

ORTIZ, DAISY GANT

TAYLOR, EMARI LASHAY

VENEY, DEMION AHMADMALIK

WHITE, TYKEISHA L.

 

STUDENT GOALS

TO DEVELOP:

1.  POSITIVE ATTITUDES

2.  LISTENING AND SPEAKING SKILLS

3.  PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS

4.  DECISION-MAKING SKILLS

5.  HOW TO BE A TEAM MEMBER OR PLAYER

6.  STRONG WORK ETHICS

 

"The Thomas Ferdinand and Annie Sue Fisher Wynder Fund"

The NCHS Alumni Association Foundation is pleased to announce that a new focus fund has been established by the Wynder family in memory of their parents.   The new fund will be known as "The Thomas Ferdinand and Annie Sue Fisher Wynder Fund".  It has been established to assist students in advancing their education to learn a craft or to pursue a skilled trade career.  The Foundation is grateful to the Wynder family for remembering both their parents and the children of Northampton County in this special way. 

Initial contributions were made also as a memorial to their daughter and our NCHS alumni friend, Margaret Sue Culpepper (nee: Wynder), who passed in October.   Alumni Association members are urged to enhance this fund by making contributions of any amount to "NCHS Alumni Association Foundation, Inc.", noting that the contribution is to be credited to the Wynder Fund.  Mr. and Mrs. Wynder's daughter, Barbara, was instrumental in establishing this fund.  Thanks to Barbara for her inspiration.  

 

Please check out the Talent Show

Video!  Hilarious!  Stupendous! Awesome! Click Talent/Fashion Show Tab

Kudos to the Spady Family!

TOP TEN REASON NOT TO MISS THE CLASS REUNION

1.  You'll laugh, cry and reminisce with some of your old friends and classmates.

2.  It's okay not to remember someone.  That's why name tags were invented!

3.  Feel better realizing you are not the only one who has been married, divorced, married, divorced and still looking!

4.  Rekindle or begin new relationships.

5.  Show everyone how sexy BALD is!

6.  Even if you had some negative experiences in high school, don't fret about it, you'll most likely laugh about it now!

7.  Enjoy a weekend without the grandkids or great-grands.

8.  Use the renunion as an opportunity to diet and shape up.

9.  An opportunity to swap pictures of your children, your dear grandchildren and beloved great grands.

10.  And finally, studies have shown that those who were initially hesistant about attending their reunion, discover it was the event that they wouldn't have missed!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2013 4-H Participants

Sponsored by the

Northampton County High School Alumni Foundation, Inc.

      

 Willie in dark blue shirt-savenger hunt!   Emari at Rifle Range!

                                                          

Comments from the 4-H Director:

“Thank you so much for your generosity.

Willie had a great time at camp.

He really enjoyed the activities and

always seemed to be smiling.

It was a pleasure to take him and

I hope he continues in 4-H.”

“Emari was a joy to have at camp.

She is a very sweet girl!

A little quiet but she comes out

of her shell when she is having fun.

I believe this was her first time at camp and

I think she will want to come back, I hope she does.

It was wonderful to see her go from shy

to leading her room in a week.”

Thank you, Christina

                                                                      

Comments from the Participants:

“Thank you for sending me to camp,

my favorite thing was the pool.”

Thank you so much, Willie

 

“Thank you for sending me to camp,

my favorite class was the challenge course.

I learned that trust and friendship can go a long way.”

Thanks, Emari



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