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Class of 1961 Redwood High School  
Larkspur, CA

I hope everyone continues to stay hunkered down and safe through the holidays. We seem to fall into the category of OLD  which means we should be in line for early vaccines, maybe by the end of January. Here's hoping that 2021 will be a better year for everyone!

We have to look for the positives... time to read, create, clean closets and drawers. Reach out to family and friends via phone, Facetime, email and even letters. We are not alone. The entire world is being challenged by this invisible virus. Be kind. Be Safe!

Turn on your speakers...
This link is very uplifting:

And from John Sailer:
Playing for Change

I posted this in May but it still holds true... it's just that we will have to wait for hugs and kisses a bit longer.

History will remember when the world stopped
And the flights stayed on the ground.
And the cars parked in the street.
And the trains didn’t run.

History will remember when the schools closed
And the children stayed indoors
And the medical staff walked towards the fire
And they didn’t run.

History will remember when the people sang
On their balconies, in isolation
But so very much together
In courage and song.

History will remember when the people fought
For their old and their weak
Protected the vulnerable
By doing nothing at all.

History will remember when the virus left
And the houses opened
And the people came out
And hugged and kissed
And started again

Kinder than before.

Donna Ashworth
(Thanks John!)

60th REUNION ???
Plans are on hold until we know we can be safe together but we will do something! You can certainly reach out to our classmates on Facetime and Zoom! If you have any other creative ideas, let me know.

Group photo at Class of '61 Turns 75 Birthday Luncheon
September 22, 2018

Class of '61 Turns 75

If you haven't joined the Redwood Alumni's website, you should ... This site is much more active than our class site, has teacher profiles where you can leave memories of your favorite teachers, read about distinguished alumni in the Avenue of Giants and Athletic Hall of Fame,  and look up other classes besides our own. Minimum needed to join is your email address. Thanks! And thank you to all who have already joined!

Special thanks to those of you who made donations. There is a good chance that we will not renew it when the five year term expires. If you could transfer your information or update your information on the website above, we will still be able to reach you. We can send email blasts to just our class but you will have access to all classes and teachers. THANK YOU!

IMPORTANT LINKS is constantly updating information. It has a new format (using Class Creator, the same host as our '61 site!) You can see information from all classes, photo gallery, teacher profiles and more. You can leave "In Memory" messages for classmates and teachers, connect privately with anyone who has joined, and find ways to give back to Rewood: participate in activities, make donations, volunteer, make nominations for the 2021 distinguished alumni in the Avenue of Giants and the Athletic Hall of Fame.

Redwood BARK the award winning Redwood High School Newspaper Online!

Marin Nostalgia website created by Jason Lewis '87, a Redwood Grad. Lots of pictures and memories from the "good old days." You can also follow it on Facebook. The website for the Kentfield Greenbrae Historical Society