October 27, 2016
Our Reunion is Today !

Time is getting short!  The reunion is just a few days away!    We guarantee a goodie bag and a program booklet for those who are registered and paid by Tuesday morning October 18.  LHS grads who have not registered and paid by Tuesday morning are welcome to come and pay at the door.   

Sponsored by LHS 60 to 70 Planning Group

For all LHS Attendees who remember the

"Myrtle Beach Days"

Come Join us
as we share old memories and make new ones!

This year's  event will be October ​27 - 30, 2016. 

If you are really planning ahead, we have reserved the ballrooms for next year October 26 - 29, 2017.  

The cost for attending the 2016 event will be $50.  

We will not include a tshirt with your registration package  this year. 
You will receive a different gift when you register.  
Wait until you  see what it is!



Please register on our Registration Page
Make your check payable to LHS 60 to 70 
and mail it to
Tommy Huskey
405 North Poplar St
Lincolnton, NC 28092 

Registration is open to all LHS attendees.  Our focus is on those from the 1960's and 1970's  This will be reflected in the music, the planned activities, the culture of the event. 
We would like to remind everyone who is interested in attending the event,  we allow one guest per LHS attendee.  

Our room rate at OD Resort will be the same as last year! 
You can call OD Resort at 1-843-249-1436 for Reservations.  Tell them you are with the Lincolnton High School 1960 to 1970 group so you will get the correct room rate!

We will be doing a Shrimp Feast like we did last year.  The feast will include shrimp, corn,  tea, and water.  If you want to take advantage of the Happy Hour in Fat Harolds, those drinks will be a cash bar inside the restaurant.  If you want to attend the Shrimp Feast, add $10 to your registration fee.    


If you need a ride or want to car pool, send an email to information@lhs60to70.com  We will try to put you in touch.  Another way to connect with someone for a ride or carpool is to post on our facebook page. 

We are proud of the service and sacrifices made by our classmates!  Join us each year to honor our veterans!


Remember photo booths in the pavilion at the beach?  Remember the silly pictures you made with your friends?  And the romantic ones you made with your current main squeeze?  Well...  You can repeat that experience this year!   We are offering a photo booth for your fun.  It will be available on Saturday from noon to 4pm in the hallway just outside the cafe on the mezzanine level.   You might want to keep your pictures clean.  We will get a copy of all photos made in the booth. 


1960 - 1970 encompasses many dance styles and music styles.  We will showcase dances that were popular thru the decade Friday evening in Fat Harold's backroom.  Our own Johnny C will play top hits from each year.  And there will be dancing.  Come show off your moves.  Do the jitterbug, the stroll, the twist, the mashed potatoes, and more.  Of course there will be shagging and line dancing too!  Don't miss this event Friday evening!




We plan to do a t-shirt design contest for our reunion at Ocean Drive in October 2017.  Want the honor of being the designer of our 2017 t-shirt?  Send your design to information@lhs60to70.com   We will display all designs at the 2016 reunion.  Everyone present will get a vote for their favorite design.  We will use the winning design to make t-shirts for the reunion in October 2017. 


If you have items to donate to the Silent Auction, please contact us at information@lhs60to70.com   Or just bring them by Citizens Sprinkler in Lincolnton!

Congratulations to the Bob Houser Family (class of 1967!)  The registration check for Bob, Cynthia, and daughter Adrienne Houser added three people.  That put us over the top of the 100 grads and guests who have registered (and paid) for the October event !

And we have another winner! 
Robert Long was number 200! 
Congratulations to Robert!

Wonder who is the 300th person to register and pay?   Wonder no more! 
It is Earline Foster Smith.  Congratulations Earline!






We will have FOUR games playing at a time.  We now have eight corn hole boards.


Our Cornhole Game Coordinator is
Wink Finger.  
Wink says the prizes this year will be unique and rare! 


Here are two hints: The prizes are useful and durable.   The prizes are LHS school spirited.

If you know you are going to participate, please let us know right away.  You can contact Wink at winkf@charter.net    You can also send an email to information@lhs60to70.com  Or you can post on our LHS 1960 to 1970 Facebook Page!

Wink needs time to make up the pairings.  So, the absolute final for sign up is
4pmThursday October 27.  If you dont sign up by that time you can practice your throwing techniques until October 2017.  And be the 2017 champion!  That grand prize will be awesome!

27 People have registered.  Remember the deadline is October 27 at 4:00 pm... Please send Wink a note if you want to enter.   

OK LHS Classmates, drop me an email winkf@charter.net so we can enter you on the tour. schedule. I will reply and confirm
your email ,or send me a message on facebook (web site or facebook LHS Class of 1960-1970

Winky had a hole in his bag yesterday so i got a good look!  The picture above includes last week's glimpse first followed by my new glimpse.  I just can't figure out what it is!  It is so shiny!   I will keep trying to get a glimpse of the prize.  More pictures to come!


Have you ever wondered how the reunion event got started?  Our leader is Tommy Huskey and it was his idea.  Here is his story: 



The Perfect Storm
How the LHS 1960 - 1970 Reunion was Born

-by Tommy Huskey


With the laws of "six degrees of separation" I must give Colin Rudisill the honor of being responsible for the Reunion and this is how it happened.

Five or so years ago Colin Rudisill was working in Charlotte for a Mortgage Broker. One day Colin called and mentioned that one of his former coworkers had opened a bar in Gastonia.  He asked me if I would like to ride over with him to check it out.  Of course that was a silly question.

So, we ventured over to Gastonia to Freemans Pub, at 173 W. Main Avenue.  Brad Freeman chose a nice location for his pub in old Gastonia.  It is set up nicely, provides good food, good drinks, and good fellowship. Needless to say, I started visiting the Pub from time to time.

One day I was in there and started a conversation with a gentleman who turned out to be Bob Freeman, Brad's father. Bob mentioned that he was on the committee of the West Meck/Hardin High School Reunion and he gave me his card.

It sounded like a great idea to me. I thought, "Hey we can do that with the LHS group of classmates!" I checked out the West Meck/Hardin High School Reunion website, I googled Reunions 101 and called Bob a few times for information.

The West Meck/Hardin group call their reunions "The Sixties" class of '60 to '69. Crap, if we did that I couldn't attend! You see I'm a classmate from 1970. After I made a slight change to their rules, I started assembling a planning committee. I looked through my annuals. Then I branched out to annuals belonging to friends and family members. I checked out the Class Officers of each class - 1960 to 1970. See how I cleverly added in my class?  I ran through a good many names in the first year and by the end of the year I had a list of willing accomplices. And I had an awesome group with diverse talents!

Luck was on my side!  I found people! Pam and Patsy, the "computer geniuses," Paula and Steve the "people people."  Then I asked people who had worked on individual class reunions, Ellen, Becky and Linda. Then we found Mickey Caskey, the "entertainment man"  And Rickie, the "money manager!" And of course not to forget Gail, the manager of the Silent Auction.  And my sweet wife, the "hospitality manager."  We are fortunate to have folks who join in to look after certain aspects of the reunions.  Some volunteer their trailers and personal vehicles for hauling our
"stuff."  Some volunteer to manage the cornhole tounaments (Wink Finger.) The Loftins do the bingo.

Lucky again, the group kept growing into the committee we have today.  Many of them were strangers to one another before we started our journey.  Today we are like a big family.  As with any family, there were struggles and disagreements.  We made mistakes and learned from them.

If you are reading this now, you are aware of the results. We have had a great time putting this together and look forward to many more years of "Fun and Games".

So if Colin wasn't a friend and hadn't worked with Brad and Brad hadn't opened the Bar and I hadn't met Bob Freeman and I hadn't decided to put it together and I hadn't found the right people to help and we didn't have such a great relationship, I don't believe we would have a Reunion.

That's my story!   Thank You Colin Rudisill!   Now if I can just get him to come to a reunion!   Oh well, that's another story.

Thomas E. Huskey, Jr. P.E.





October will be here soon and we have lots of work to do!  We have kept the entry cost per person at the same for the past three years.   Our costs have increased but we have made up the difference in creative ways.  Of course the silent auction helps, and we have sponsors, and the committee did a yard sale.  The first two years we didnt have a band.  We plan to have one again this year.   Taking all that into consideration, we must raise the price for attending.

The cost per person to attend the 2016 reunion is $50. 

We plan to make the 2016 reunion the best one yet! 
Don't miss it!



Mickey Caskey is our Entertainment Manager.  He did an EXCELLENT job keeping us laughing and having fun all weekend in October 2015! 
Plus he planned and executed the Veterans Tribute. 
Lets give Mick a standing ovation!

Maybe you are curious who participated in the entertainment? 

Here's your answer!


Patsy Cline – Kathy  Barnette Valentine

Sonny and Cher – Holly Howell and Conrad Rhyne

The Tams – Mickey Caskey, Johnny Colvard, Steve Valentine, Donnie Robinson

Gomer Pyle – Mickey Caskey

Guitarzan – John Barkley,   Jane - Mickey Caskey,   Cheetah – Patti Norwood

Wolves – Patti Norwood and Holly Howell

Villagettes  – Fire Lady - Trudy Ray Bell, 
       Indian Princess – Kay Long Warren,
               Biker Mama – Vickie Carpenter Elmore,
    Cowgirl –Dianne Stamey Jenkins
         Construction worker – Kay Nale Kerr




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Front row:  Johnny Colvard, Vickie Colvard, Pam Lineberger, Tommy Huskey, Judy Shuford, Marty Shuford  Second row:  Smit
Front row: Johnny Colvard, Vickie Colvard, Pam Lineberger, Tommy Huskey, Judy Shuford, Marty Shuford Second row: Smitty Little, Becky Crouse, Steve Valentine, Mick Caskey Third row: Pam Huskey, Ann Caldwell, Patsy Cashion, Rickie Allen, Paula Turner, Frances Baker, Bobby Baker Top Row: Ellen Lingerfelt, Linda Harrill Rudisill, Ken Rudisill, Libby Caldwell, Steve Caldwell

The committee wants to thank all who attended. 
You made it what it was:  



Click here to check out the live view of OD Pavilion!
Click here to check out the live view of OD Pavilion!



Call 1-843-249-1436 for Reservations to be sure you are put with our group

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