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Class of ’51 members recall days at Scotia High during monthly lunch outing

Katie Marino talks about the monthly lunch get-togethers for Scotia High’s Class of ’51. "They’ll talk about what they do on a daily basis, if they’re traveling, talk about their families.”
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Katie Marino talks about the monthly lunch get-togethers for Scotia High’s Class of ’51. "They’ll talk about what they do on a daily basis, if they’re traveling, talk about their families.”
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Dottie Frederick used to see friends like Katie Marino, William Pickney and Carolyn Vincent just about every day for lunch. It was the autumn of 1950. Dottie and her friends had standing reservations for sandwiches, cookies, apples and potato chips inside the cafeteria at Scotia High School. The gatherings ended during the spring of 1951, when the teenagers graduated and wandered into the world. Jobs, families and travel followed. Sixty-two years later, regular lunch dates ...


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