Garrison Union Free School District
A site for alumni, current and former faculty, staff, and Board members, in honor of the 100th anniversary of the School House.
We Morrill's were all so sad to hear about Jim Lovell. I hadn't seen him in something like 40 years but once a long time ago we all knew the Lovells and went on a marvelous boat ride or two... Takes…Continue
I'm looking for a list of names of the class of 1956 and a class photo.If anyone has this information please e-mail me at jamesswaldron@Hotmail.comThank you for any help.Jim WaldronContinue
Just wondering if anyone has heard from Bill Elmore. I know he has been very successful with his career, but was wondering if he finds time to correspond with anyone. I did have a chance to talk to…Continue
All you Monopology fans can now enjoy the classic game in the neighborhoods and byways of Garrison and Cold Spring, when you play Philipstownopoly. Build on familiar streets and buy local landmarks as you revisit the scenes of your childhood.
This handsomely produced local version of the classic board game is being sold as a fundraiser for the Garrison PTA. Local antiquarian David Lilburne assisted in illustrating the game with rare collectible postcards. Your whole family will enjoy…Continue
Posted by Anita Prentice on January 8, 2013 at 7:01am
In the fall of 2010, Garrison was named a Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education. Garrison was nominated by New York State and then completed a rigorous application. Here is part of the press release about the celebration of the award. Please visit the Garrison School Web site to learn more.
Garrison, NY – November 19, 2010 – On Friday,…Continue
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There are two other events going on on our celebration weekend that might interest you. First, on Saturday morning, September 27, Cold Spring is having a Harvest Festival, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce, with craft vendors all up and down Main Street. Since our events at Garrison School don't begin until 1 p.m., you can stop by Cold Spring if you are looking for something to do that morning. … Continue
Invitations will be in the mail in a few weeks for the Friday night cocktail buffet and the celebration events on Saturday. There is a charge for the Friday night dinner and it is for graduates 21 and older. Events on Saturday are free and open to all, including a cookout-style supper and square dance. If you would like a proper invitation, please email your address to Betty Lou Clune at email@example.com. Or, you can download and print… Continue
We thought you might be interested in places to stay in the Garrison area if you are planning to attend the festivities here in Garrison on Friday evening and Saturday, September 26 and 27. We have not booked a block of rooms, like people do for weddings, but there should be good availability at that time of year. There is no home football game at West Point that Saturday.… Continue
This networking site allows individual members to create groups. the idea is that each Class can have their own Group, so that as more and more people join, they can easily look to see who has already set up a page here from their class.
I'm not sure how this "Notes" feature works out so thought I'd give it a try. I noticed something today when Lisa Rathjen Light signed up: her class year. Lisa is a graduate of the Class of 1979. We also have signed up so far John Benjamin of the Class of 1959 and Kevin Corkrum of the Class of 1999. And, although he is not on this Website, our committee member and we think oldest graduate (so far), Don MacDonald, is a member of the Class… Continue