South Shore High School Class of 1957

 SSHS 54th Mini-Reunion - lunch at Dana Point Harbor, California

(The pictures with gold borders are "thumbnails".  Click on them to see a larger version.)

Saturday February 11, 2012

PHOTOS FROM THE Mini-Reunion at Harpoon Henry's Restaurant

The City of Dana Point is named after Richard Henry Dana Jr. (1815-1882), a Harvard-trained lawyer, seaman, and author of the classic sea journal, Two Years Before the Mast (1840). In his journal, Dana documents his voyage from Boston around Cape Horn to California on the merchant ship, Pilgrim.

View of the harbor from the cliffs
.  Dana described the area once known as Capistrano Bay, as "The most romantic spot in California." Today, Capistrano Bay is known as Dana Point.

Dana Point is a fairly new California city.

Doug & Karen Malewicki arrived some 45 minutes early so they could get in a walk around the "romantic" Harbor.
(Note the stand up paddle boarders in the background.)

Doug and "Henry Dana"

On the right, Karen is next to the statue of author Henry Dana

Lots of sailing ships and power boats

Karen feeling the sea breeze

Doug on the bridge to the far side of the harbor. 


The 10 attendees for this
mini-reunion lunch:

Our special out of town guests:
Bob & Rosalie Kaufman

The locals:
Mark & Rita Geller
Jerry & Beth Brodkin
Sara (Peal) & Craig Zaremberg

Doug & Karen Malewicki

The occasion was a visit from classmate Bob & Rosalie Kaufman who were visiting from Wheeling, Illinois.

Rosalie & Bob Kaufman
(We all LOVED her shirt!)

Mark & Rita Geller

Jerry & Beth Brodkin

Sara & Craig Zaremberg

Karen & Doug Malewicki


Rosalie & Bob

The five SSHS class of 1957 classmates: Bob, Mark, Doug, Sara & Jerry

The gang.

Beth Brodkin. 
Feeling a bit of a sea breeze.

Ahh the sun is finally out.

Now Dr. Jerry needs his sunglasses.
Craig & Jerry

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Co-Chair Contacts:

Al Telser, PhD
1704 Cleveland Street
Evanston, IL 60202

(847) 866-8466
Allen Rosenston
45 Prairie Park Drive, #409
Wheeling, IL 60090

(847) 459-6527