Linton Class of '87 scrapbook
Eighties! Courtney Erickson and his friends at Linton High School were living in the ’80s.
That meant pizza and chicken wings at the Fireside Pizzeria on Eastern Parkway. And visits to the old Rugby grocery store at the corner of Phoenix Avenue and Rugby Road. Music was also in the mix, with artists such as Depeche Mode, U2, Genesis and Don Henley on compact discs and in Walkman cassette players. Erickson, one of the organizers behind this coming weekend’s 25th anniversary class reunion, is looking forward to seeing old friends and telling old stories. Posted on November 19, 2012.
From left, Rosemarie Mazzucco Sciocchetti, Jeanine Bischoff and Maureen Kilcullen look ready to rock ’n’ roll. They participated in Linton High School’s dance marathon held during the 1986-87 school year. (Photos courtesy Tim Covey, Linton High School yearbook photography editor in 1987)
From left, Linton cheerleaders Kate Frederick, Susan Farstad, Kelle Grimmer and Amanda Daley (left to right) pose in the Linton High School student parking lot. Linton teens from 1987 will gather this weekend for their 25th anniversary reunion.
Linton senior Tamara Bailey Caruso has a smile on her face in class during the 1986-87 school year.
Linton High School senior Courtney Erickson entertains classmate Chris Terry during Erickson's routine as one of the Linton Chorus’ “Singing Valentines” on Feb. 14, 1987.
From left, Cindy Bowman, Jeff Marhafer and Jill Glover pose for the camera at a Linton dance.