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•   Marie Cardwell (Harrill)  8/21
•   Bose Ravenel  8/16
•   Janie Walters (Bird)  8/2
•   Becky Walters (Taylor)  7/14
•   Haddon Galloway  7/8
•   Alex Maurice Yoder  7/7
•   Nancy Day (Cooley)  7/2
•   Ann Austin (Short)  6/23
•   Giles Bristow  6/22
•   Jerry Neal Owens  6/15
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•   Marie Cardwell (Harrill)  8/27
•   Lynn Wall (Scarborough)  8/27
•   Peggy Phillips (Martin)  8/29
•   Dennis C. Wilkerson  8/29
•   Elisabeth Beal (Caudill)  8/30
•   Sue Denny (Chapman)  9/3
•   Jane Robertson (Lamb)  9/3
•   Sandra Rogers  9/6
•   Mary Wheeler (Cason)  9/9
•   Edward Wright  9/12
•   Kay Vaughn (Crawford)  9/19
•   W. Wilson Carruthers  9/21
•   Patricia Gilley (Whitt)  9/24
•   Mary Lou Wall (McAdams)  9/24
•   Giles Bristow  9/25
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Who lives where - click links below to find out.

1 lives in Alabama
1 lives in Arkansas
5 live in California
1 lives in Delaware
21 live in Florida
14 live in Georgia
1 lives in Hawaii
1 lives in Illinois
1 lives in Iowa
4 live in Maryland
1 lives in Michigan
1 lives in Missouri
1 lives in Nevada
1 lives in New Jersey
2 live in New York
258 live in North Carolina
3 live in Pennsylvania
1 lives in Rhode Island
15 live in South Carolina
5 live in Tennessee
7 live in Texas
9 live in Virginia
1 lives in Washington
1 lives in Wisconsin
17 location unknown


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From your website crew of Suzanne, Marie, Alan & Manley.  We have noticed all the postings being made in memory of classmates and notes reflecting on those good ole days that were ours at Greensboro Senior High. Even from a distance, like Hawaii, our website gives us that opportunity to stay connected or reconnect with friends.  So, it is exciting to us to see our website put to good use.  Friends, keep your postings coming.

We wish all a wonderful summer and look forward to seeing many of you at the semi-annual luncheon in November.

Stay cool!


Click on  Then enjoy reading the spring edition and all the news of GHS.  If you click on  "newletter" listed at the top of the edition, then scroll to bottom you will see our scholar for this year.  Also, click on "photos" at the top of the edition -then click on "1970 Reunion" photos.  Looks like they had a great time.  Something to think about when our 60th reunion comes around - photos on the Whirlies newsletter.  GHS would like everyone to become a member of the Alumni Association just for $25 - then you will receive in the mail the newsletter.  While writing your check add a few more dollars for our next year's scholar.



Each year the class of '56 presents a $1,000 scholarship to a deserving senior at Greensboro/Grimsley.  The student is selected by a scholarship committee from the school and the GHS Alumni Association.  After awarding this years recipient her award we will have only $5,200 in our alumni fund.

If you would like to see our legacy extended another fifteen to twenty years then we will need your financial support to see this happen.  The cost of a college education, whether public or private, is extremely high and it is getting more and more difficult for families to afford it.  The scholarship will help a first year student to buy books or necessary incidentals.

Please help your class continue its legacy into the future by making your checks out to: GHS Class of '56 Scholarship Fund and mailing to:

Greensboro/Grimsley High

Bobby Rives, Treasurer

GHS Alumni & Friends Association

P.O. Box 4248

Greensboro, NC  27404-4248



60th Reunion News

In the Piedmont we are slowly springing into  SpringWe have had very cool temperatures and lots of rain.  But, don’t let that dampen your spirits as we have lots going on for you.

First of all, thanks for visiting the Class of ’56 website.  We hope you’ll find the site welcoming and informative.

The big news is that we are putting the first touches on our 60th Reunion in 2016Tentative plans are to have the reunion the first weekend in June, 2016.

Put that weekend on your calendar so that you can be in Greensboro for what might be our last reunion.

As we aren’t getting any younger, we cannot go back and have a “do over,” but we can reminisce about “the good old days” when life wasn’t so complicated like it is today.

If you are visiting the site for the first time and you were a member of the Class of ’56 at GHS, we invite you to join here.  Find you name and follow the instructions.  You must join in order to access all of the website.

For those of you  who live in the immediate area we hope you’ll join one of our luncheons at First Baptist Church.


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