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Niskayuna’s Class of ’63 set to catch up at 50-year reunion (with photos)

Niskayuna senior cheerleaders take a break from shouts and jumps during the 1962-63 school year. Kneeling in the front row, from left, are Kathy Horn, Suzanne Tillma Montler, Jean Fontaine and Ginanne Fang Gilmore. Standing, from left, are Shirley Pray Eglington, Carol Vaughan Neely, Kathy Loritsch and Kathy Murray Crowe.
Niskayuna senior cheerleaders take a break from shouts and jumps during the 1962-63 school year. Kneeling in the front row, from left, are Kathy Horn, Suzanne Tillma Montler, Jean Fontaine and Ginanne Fang Gilmore. Standing, from left, are Shirley Pray Eglington, Carol Vaughan Neely, Kathy Loritsch and Kathy Murray Crowe.
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In 1963, John Holland answered to ski bum. Sheila Cieszynski Grzebien was known as the “frisky redhead.” Michael Naumoff thought he might become a doctor. They were top teens at Niskayuna High School. Fifty years later, they remember ski trips, dances, stage plays and football games and life inside the classrooms on Balltown Road. John, Sheila, Mike and other “Niska nifties” from the Class of ’63 will gather for 50th anniversary parties this weekend. They’ll ...


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