Photos from the reunion
Photos from the reunion will be posted on this page
How to send us
photos – click here.
to save a photo image on your computer – click here.
Photos from Rick & Joyce Gobrecht – October 16, 2005
Some folks stopped by the hospitality suite in
the Ramada before the reunion to say hello.
The reunion itself was a blast. Click here for our photos of the
Richard Janes invited everyone to his place the
following day for a farewell brunch. We stopped by and took
these photos (click here).
Photos from Joyce Fidorowicz – October 18, 2005
Joyce has posted on Yahoo Photos her photos from
the pre-reunion get together at the Gaslight and the reunion. Click
here to see them.
Photos from Helen (Dix) Steward ’64 – October 20, 2005
Helen submitted photos for us to post from the
reunion and the post-reunion brunch. Click here to see them.
Photos from Sue (Johnson) Siren – November
How to send us photos
If you have taken digital photos and want to post them on
this web site, here are your options:
e-mail(s) with your pictures attached to RPHS65@verizon.net and they will be
posted to the website. If you can,
limit the size of your photos to 800 x 600 pixels, preferably in .JPG or
.JPEG format. Limit each e-mail you
send to no more than 2 megabytes.
a CD with your pictures on it to Class of 1965 reunion, c/o Gobrecht, 5522
Willow Way, Orefield, PA 18069.
your photos on a photo service like Shutterfly, Snapfish, Ofoto, etc. Then send an e-mail with the link to
your photos to RPHS65@verizon.net. The link will be added to the website.
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How to save a photo
image to your computer (Microsoft Internet Explorer)
you click on a photo link you will see a page of “thumbnails” or small
images of the actual photos.
on any thumbnail to open that photo’s page in a slide show. The buttons below the larger photo
images move you forward and back in the slide show, or back to the “home”
the photo is displayed that you want to save, right-click with your mouse
on the photo and select “Save Picture As …” to save that photo.
photos will be stored as 800x600 pixels which should be good enough for a
decent quality 4x6 photo.
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