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Date Posted: 10:52:21 06/01/07 Fri
Author: Me again
Subject: Re: Reverie website update
In reply to:
's message, "Reverie website update" on 10:24:46 05/30/07 Wed
I have completed the updates on the website. It is more streamlined and easier to navigate now. All of the photos, including Steve Solombrino's collection and those from the 2001 Reunion can be accessed from one location. You can also download the entire mp3 file of the 1973 "Preview at the Pru" recording of the corps from the home page.
I have deleted the internet directory since it requires constant updating everytime someone changes their email address. The easiest way to keep email addresses current is by posting them on the messageboard. I realize they will be available to anyone that way so if you wish to keep yours private, you can still post messages, just don't insert your addres.
Finally, someone brought it to my attention that the Reveries were founded 50 years ago this year. If anyone would be interested in getting together around Thanksgiving weekend, please email me and maybe a few of us can put something together.
The Lancers are having their 40th Reunion on Columbus Day weekend so we would have to steer clear of that date.
Hope all is well. Keep in touch.
>Hello everyone and I hope this message finds you all
>well. I did not find out about Robbie until the night
>of the wake but I understand that the circumstances
>surrounding his passing made it difficult to get the
>word out. My heart goes out to the entire Hart family
>and I am sure they are in the thoughts and prayers of
>the entire Reverie family. Robbie was the kind of guy
>everyone wanted to be friends with. I have nothing but
>fond memories of him and I am sorry I will never have
>the pleasure of seeing him again.
>I recently moved to Florida (Lakeland) with the intent
>of writing some more books in the hope of producing
>material that might actually amount to something some
>day. I also had it on my list to look up the Hart
>brothers. I feel compelled to apologize for not
>giving the Reveries website more attention but due to
>my continued vision loss, it is becoming more and more
>difficult to update web pages. I am going to
>streamline the site one last time, then it will have
>to stand as it is. There are many photos to enjoy
>between the ones I have received from former members
>and Steve’s wonderful collection. If everyone would
>visit the message board once in a while, it is a great
>source for anyone who wants to keep in touch or hear
>about news which unfortunately as we grow older comes
>in both good forms and bad.
>Again, let's all do a better job of keeping in touch.
>We'll miss Robbie, and we wish Mikey Doherty best
>wishes as well in his recovery period. Our prayers are
>with you buddy.
>Take care all,
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