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REUNION PHOTO GALLERY

If you attended reunion, you couldn't help but notice hard-working Harry Agress, who graciously volunteered to serve as the weekend's photographer.  Harry recently updated the link to the site containing the reunion photos, and if you click on the "Reunion Photo Gallery" tab at the left, you'll find the link.

After our 2014 get-together, we received a number of requests for classmate contact information which didn't get exchanged in the flurry of reunion activities.  A tab on the left will take you to a list of the e-mail addresses we have on file, provided by those who joined our website.  To correct anything on the list, please e-mail Cliff Saxton.  To obtain phone numbers, mailing addresses, or other contact information, we encourage you to e-mail the particular classmate.

Click on the tab "50th Reunion Class Photo" for the "official" class picture taken by the MICDS Alumni and Development Office.  Not bad, given the subject matter!

A tab on the left will take you to the remarks delivered by Jim Crawford at the Friday-night all-Country Day reunion barbecue held at school.

In preparing his remarks for the Country Day barbecue, Jim Crawford circulated an extensive questionnaire seeking information about what we've been up to for the past half century.  If you click on the "'64 Questionnaire Responses" tab on the left, you'll be taken to a link through which you can view all of the questionnaire responses which, in sum, offer a snapshot of the diverse paths classmates have taken since June 1964.

The COUNTRY DAY NEWS was an important part of student life throughout the 75 years of the school, and a glance through its issues provides an excellent chronicle of CDS, its faculty and students, and the events which shaped daily life. All 1,763 issues of the NEWS, starting in the fall of 1917 and continuing until MICDS was formed in 1992, have been digitized by the Country Day Archives, and you can access them through the MICDS web site.  We've added information about the NEWS in a new link on the left side of this page, and we encourage you to get acquainted with this fun, useful resource.