Class of 1960. Carole Henkins Licht, Class of 1960, was elected to fill out a resigned Board member’s one year term. With two Board vacancies as of the January 1, 2022, attendees were encouraged to …
Class of 1960. Carole Henkins Licht, Class of 1960, was elected to fill out a resigned Board member’s one year term. With two Board vacancies as of the January 1, 2022, attendees were encouraged to consider membership on the Board of Directors. Anyone interested can contact any Board Member or Officer.
Following the Annual Meeting, President Seufzer orchestrated the Awards and Recognition ceremonies. After recognizing several former Board Members, he honored three individuals for their Educational Support of Stanley-Boyd students. Next weeks Stanley Republican will carry a separate story on the three honored, Betty Bernklau Plombon, Eugene Hatfield and Larry Norrell.
Prior to lunch, Stanley-Boyd School District Administrator, Jeffery Koenig addressed the assemblage and shared some of the school district’s highlights. In his presentation, he discussed the impact of COVID on education, both this school year and last year, pointing out that students in the lower grades did very well, while students in the middle and high school to a much lesser degree. He also shared that due to space shortages, currently there are studies underway that will likely result in an addition to the east side of the middle school and a reconfiguration of the middle school. HisaudiencegaveDistrictAdministratorKoenigarousing round of applause following his presentation.
President Seufzer recognized the Milestone classes in attendance. He began by noting the presence of Milton Ryba and Susan Tomkowiak Ryba, as the oldest attendees. Milton graduated from Boyd High School in 1945 and Susan from Stanley High School in 1947. Other classes celebrating were: 1951 – 70 years, 1956 – 65 years, 1960 and 1961, the host classes – 60 and 61years, 1966 – 55 years, 1971 – 50 years, 1976 – 45 years and 1981 – 40 years.
Prior to dinner being served, Ed Kyle, Class of 1960, provided an invocation/table prayer. Due of COVID a plated roast beef dinner was served through the school’s cafeteria.
Following the formal program and meal, bidding on the auction items was encouraged and at 2 pm, the successful bidders took home the many treasures from the silent auction.
The SBAA Board of Directors expresses their sincere appreciation to the administration, office staff, janitorial staff, and head cook Glenda Schuebel and the food service workers for again, under unusual circumstances, helping make this year’s All-School Reunionanothersuccess. Asattendeeswereabouttodepart, a reminder was issued to save the date for the 2022 All School Reunion, that will be held on Saturday, October 1, 2022, with the Class of 1962 as hosts.
Following the Reunion the Board of Directors met for a short meeting. The Board Members present offered observations from the reunion just completed, received the Preliminary July- September Quarterly Financial Report, and learned of another successful Silent Auction.