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Alumni for the 1970’s

Looking for Barry Greenfield, MHS Class of 1974

Barry Greenfield

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 (astreeter@sunsentinel.com.)

1977-81 Multi Year Reunion

MHS-77-81 ReunionOver 250 Miramar High alumni and guests attended the 77 – 81 class reunion on October 11, 2014. See the website at http://mhs-fl.com

Multi-year class reunion presented by MHS classes of 1977-81 on October 11, 2014

Don’t miss the best MHS Reunion ever!
Presented by the Classes of 1977 – 81

ALL MHS alumni are welcome!
October 11, 2014
Columbus Day holiday weekend

Visit the REUNION WEBSITE for more information

Harbor Beach Marriott from the ocean

Enjoy the great South Florida weather in October right on Ft. Lauderdale Beach
Pool / beach as seen from the tower of Harbor Beach Marriott

This may be the only chance to get together with your Miramar High friends from other graduating years that weren’t at your previous class reunions.

In Memoriam, Miramar High School Class of 1973

On October 20, 2013, at our 40th class reunion, we paid tribute to our classmates who have all passed way to soon..it has been requested to post what was read that day before releasing the balloons with each name on them. Since that day 5 names have been added.

Miramar High School, class of 1973

Miramar High School, class of 1973, 40th reunion on October 20, 2013

Lucille Destefanis Brown wrote the following:
Some one posted a quote on Facebook and I wanted to share it with you, “To live on in the hearts of those we leave behind..is not to die”! Today we just want to say a fond and loving “so long dear friends- until we meet again”!

Each of our classmates was unique in his or her own way, some we knew very well, some we barely knew, but all, none the less were part of our childhood. I saw a river which everyone must pass to reach the kingdom of heaven, and the name of that river was suffering…and I saw the boat which carries those souls across that river and the name of that boat was “LOVE “!

Your memory will live on with us. RIP.

Vinny Amato, Michael Blankley,Terry Blood, Joe Bonfiglio, Debbie Clark, Gary Conwell, Dave Corrado, Hugh “Skiffy”Cramer, Larry Cramer, Nicholas DiVeronica, Terri Fraser, Mindy Freeman, Gwen Garcia, Martha Goodson, Lorraine Guarasci Maloney, Debbie Kitson, Brad Maynard, Debbie Murphy, Pat Noper, Larry OBrien, Kathy OKeefe, Bruce Pelish, James Richardson, Lazlo Sandor, Robert ” Jodi” Shires, Victor Simone, Wanda Tracy, Diane Valay, Donna Valay Norris, Terry Vaughn, Pete Weiner, Ellery Wilson, and Debbie Wright Sims

You may be gone but will never be forgotten! We will meet again at the ultimate reunion!

Miramar High School class of 1973 Beach Party on October 20, 2013.

Miramar High School class of 1973
Beach Party , October 20th 2013
Lloyd State Park, Dania, Florida

Contact for more information: https://www.facebook.com/MiramarHighClass73Reunion

News archive: Looking back on the MHS class of ’76 (in 1986)

The Class Of `76 Miramar Graduates Make Their Marks Outside Of School

August 22, 1986, By JOANNE STANLEY, Sun-Sentinel Staff Writer

Miramar High School`s Class of 1976 was something special.

“The students came from all over the county,” said Bill Gilmartin of Hollywood, still the assistant administrator at Miramar High School. The school boundary extended far beyond the city of Miramar when it opened during the 1970-1971 school year.

“There was no identification there for a while,” Gilmartin said.

But the class of `76 changed all that. For the first time the basketball and football games were well-attended and after-school activities became popular. *read article*

Class of 1976 – 30 year reunion in 2006