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“OF CELEBRATION AND REMEMBRANCE, MAY 5TH, 2001”

GENTLEMEN OF THE CORPS,,

May 5th, 2001 , a day we gathered , gathered to meet old friends , shared stories , celebrate what’s no longer there , our wonderful school , BLACK-FOXE.

We’ve hopefully been able to capture some of those moments that made the day , stories and pictures spanning nearly four decades. We especially wanted to honor those very first graduates and those that were to be our last senior class.

Special thanks goes to Steve Foxe, grandson of Earle for some wonderful mementos that went into our presentation. We came back after the reunion to capture some additional material that was part of David Aguirre’s museum.

Whether one had the opportunity or not to be part of our May 5th celebration , if he or she wanted to share in the memory of B.F.M.I. , you certainly will agree that we’ve been able to cover a lot of the bases.

Bob Sides ’66

Bob Sides and “take2 Video” have edited the raw footage from the reunion video, added extra pictures from several sources along with additional footage and a great musical soundtrack to capture a very definitive record of the reunion. The genius of Bob Sides and the expertise of Alan Truly of “take2” are almost unbelievable. I know, because I saw them in action for a good portion of the editing.

Several alumni and friends have seen it, and to a person they are quite impressed including David Aguirre, Brick Robinson, Ted
Mayer, Steve Foxe, Mike Ingalls, and Jim O’Keefe.

To receive a copy of this video, send a check or money order for
$19.00, including shipping and handling to:

BLACK-FOXE REUNION 2001
6637 ROYER AVE.
WEST HILLS, CA. 91307,3507
ATT:RICK COLE

If you wish a copy of the video “BLACK-FOXE THROUGH THE YEARS” send an additional $8.00,(incl S&H). It was given to each alumni who attended the reunion. You will also receive an updated list of the names, addresses, telephone numbers, and e,mail addresses(if available) with your order.

Regards,

Rick Cole ’48