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Date Posted: 15:54:21 03/30/05 Wed
Author: Linda Albert
Subject: Re: Greetings!
In reply to:
Susan Schlick Schmidt
's message, "Greetings!" on 12:57:15 02/17/05 Thu
Remember me from the class of 57? I was a cheerleader for a couple of years, too, and enjoyed all the basketball games. Still my favorite sport. Yes, the years at Scarborough have great memories for me. I assume you learned your french from Mme Riche,as I did. In fact, I worked for her one summer, babysitting her two girls, in exchange for French lessons.
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Re: Greetings! -- Linda Albert, 08:25:12 06/07/09 Sun
Hi Susan. I remember being on the cheerleading squad with you. I was a year ahead. I remember the song "wake up little suzie" was popular about that time, which always made me think of you. Linda Albert '57
>Greetings from Susan Schlick Schmidt, Class of 1959.
>I and my two brothers, Rolland (Mick) and Bill
>Schlick, attended Scarborough from 1953 through 1957
>(when Thom Schuller was Headmaster). We actually lived
>in Scarborough (aka the Vanderlip Estate). Those were
>some of the best years of our lives, mainly because of
>Scarborough Country Day School and the wonderful
>friends we made there (not to mention our fantastic
>teachers – my high school French is still getting me
>along on our frequent trips to France!).
>My brother, Mick (class of 1960), and I see each other
>often and every time we do, we reminisce about the
>“fun Scarborough years”. I think often about my
>classmates and wonder where their lives have taken
>them. (Renee and Harriet Meyers, Leslie Moglen, Philip
>Kane, Maddie LePidus, Frank ?, are just a few of my
>classmates.) One of my favorite memories is of being a
>cheerleader during the years our basketball team was
>among the best in the state! Anyone remember that?
>After high school graduation (from New Trier High
>School in Winnetka, Ill.) I attended the University of
>Wisconsin. I have lived in California since 1965,
>graduating from California State University at Los
>Angeles. My professional life for the past 25 years
>has been as a human factors engineer for Lockheed
>Martin Corporation – working on some very exciting
>military programs, indeed!
>Thanks, Ned, for creating this website! Now that I
>know of its existance, I will check back for any
>updates. (Your last name is familiar. Did you have an
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