Looking for anybody with a MHS 1980 yearbook. Would like to scan a photo of me from this.
According to an October 22, 2014 article in the Sun-Sentinel, a man has come forward now, “hoping someone will recognize the man’s [Miramar High School Class of 1974] ring with a purple stone and the engraved initials BJG.”
It appears the ring had been lost, and found years ago. It was passed from a woman (now deceased) to her son. The son now wants to reunite the ring with it’s original owner.
A quick trip to my worn copy of the 1974 yearbook shows the only male with initials “BG” is Barry Greenfield. If you have any information about the ring, or Barry, please contact me (Tom Truex), or the Sun-Sentinel reporter on the case, Angel Streeter (firstname.lastname@example.org.)
Over 250 Miramar High alumni and guests attended the 77 – 81 class reunion on October 11, 2014. See the website at http://mhs-fl.com
While researching the song history of “The Last Kiss”, I learned that two popular teenage sweethearts from Miramar High-school were killed in a fatal car crash on September 14, 1997. In a sad coincidence, the victims Dawn Arce and Wildy McKinley, had the same last names as Jorge and me. Hence, we felt it our destiny to make this distracted driving music video. Unfortunately, all of us probably know someone special who tragically died in a motor vehicle accident, such as my best friend from high school-Mike Hite. Please, join us in reducing the number of fatal motor vehicle accidents caused by distracted driving and failure to wear seat-belts by sharing this video with those you cherish and love. Band members from left to right: Eddie Colon-Bass Guitar; Juan Sepulveda-Latin Percussions; John Blanche-Recording Engineer; Jorge Arce-Lead Guitar& Vocals; Manny Blanco-Keyboards; Robert I. McKinley-Lead Vocals & Rhythm Guitar; George Salazar-Drums; and Sindy Lee (not shown) -Vocals. Special thanks to our video producer Doug Mitchell and his talented crew of actors from Universal Studios, Florida.