Mary F. Schroeder
John R. Wise
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Dues for 2018 gladly accepted now
If you are not a Lifetime Member and have not yet paid your dues for 2018, they are now being accepted.
Please send your check for $5 (for a single person or a couple) made out to the Venice History Committee to: Venice History Committee, 917 Washington Ave, Madison, IL 62060-1344.
There is also the option of paying $50 for a Lifetime Membership, which also covers a single person or a couple.
We are looking for VHS class rings for classes 1963, 1965, 1975, 1976 and 1977. If we are able to photograph rings from these years, it would result in a continuous string of rings from 1957 to 1978. Of course, any ring from any year is very much appreciated. If you have a ring from these years, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The booklet handed out at the Farewell Mass at St. Mark Church on Sunday, October 30, 2016, is now available for viewing and download. Click HERE.
If you pay your $5 annual dues now, you will be paid up until Dec. 31,2018. Pay now and your covered, all for ONLY $5. You can also eliminate the hassle of paying annual dues by becoming a LIFE MEMBER for only $50! Memberships, both annual and LIFE, are for yourself and your spouse (if applicable). As a paid member of the Venice History Committee, you are not only supporting the group's work to preserve the history of Venice, but you are able to vote on all matters that come before the group at regular and annual meetings.
Click on the MEMBERSHIP link on the next page to get the form to send with your dues check. Please make out checks to "Venice History Committee."
The photos taken by official reunion photographer Percy Guest, VHS Class of 1979, are now online and available to view and purchase.
Click on the "Reunion 2017" link on the home page (the one with the Committee's "V" logo in the center) to see the Class of 1967 members who attended the reunion and for the links to Percy's website.
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