Pittsfield High School Class of 1968
Pittsfield Massachusetts High School Class of 1968
PHS Class of 1968
Pittsfield MA 1968

This page contains information for
the 40th reunion
June 21, 2008
including photos of the weekend events!

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Last edited Thursday, March 19, 2009




698 invitations went out in the mail!

PHS Class of ‘68

40th Reunion

Date:  Saturday June 21, 2008


Event results here!


Who's coming/came to the reunion (herel)

Who attended the Friday night event at Pittsfield Brew Works here (some you didn’t see on Saturday!)

Photos from Pittsfield Brew Works Friday evening June 20 are here

Photos from Saturday June 21 at the Colonial and Lunch/Dawes School reunion are here and here

Photos from the reunion Saturday evening June 21 are here and here

Dave O’Neil’s photos here


Pre-event information below:



Time:   6:00 PM Cocktails and Hors D’oeuvres, 7:00 PM Dinner and Dancing

Place: Top of the Plaza, Crowne Plaza Hotel, One West Street, Pittsfield

Price:  $50.00 per person, cash bar

RSVP:  Please RSVP ASAP, the faux deadline has passed.

Last minute attendees welcome!


Contact Bob Geller (Rgski321go@aol.com)


Linda Goodrich

10251 Stonecrop Avenue

Englewood FL 34224




Keep in touch www.phs1968.com


Dinner choice:

Sliced Sirloin

Baked Cod

Chicken Marsala

Please indicate your choice in your response.


Rooms will be available for out-of-town guests at the Crowne Plaza, 413-499-2000.

Rates are $119.00 with that rate being held until May 21.

Rooms feature complimentary high-speed Internet access, HBO, CD player, and coffee maker.

The Crowne Plaza also offers a Day Spa (messages, facials and body treatments), a solar-domed pool, and a state of the art fitness room for its guests.


So circle the date and plan on a really fun evening of catching up with old friends!!!

Make check for the reunion payable to "PHS Class of 1968".
email Robert

Let Linda know you're coming: email Linda

MORE EVENTS being planned for Friday, Saturday and maybe even Sunday!!!

These events are open to classmates even if not attending the Saturday evening reunion.



Friday evening June 20 will be a get-together at The Pittsfield Brew Works at 34 Depot Street. At 8PM Stay tuned!


Saturday 10 AM will be a tour of the Colonial Theatre (formerly the location of Miller Art Supply at 111 South St) conducted by classmate David Chapman (who happens to be the Director of Facilities and Production at The Colonial Theatre). This tour is open to classmates, their family and friends.

Bobby Hudpucker's at 41 North Street has offered to open up for our Saturday class reunion luncheon!  We are expecting 25+ to attend and will have the back room to ourselves for this event!

Thanks to Ben Enright for accommodating us as they are not usually open for lunch on Saturdays!


As part of the daytime agenda:


10AM tour of the Colonial Theatre, 111 South Street, by classmate David Chapman, who is the Director of Facilities and Production there! There is a parking lot just south of the building. This is the former location of Miller Art Supply.



Noon luncheon at Bobby Hudpucker's at 41 North Street (separate checks! order off the menu).

This luncheon incorporates the Dawes School reunion of both students and teachers, featuring Mrs. Baker and others (organized by Judi Lazerus and Maria Gasbarrone)!


Following the luncheon (about 2PM) we will have a walking tour of North Street, probably traveling up to the Wahconnah Street intersection and back. Side detours allowed! The group can split up according to interests if needed. If the weather is sufficiently rainy this tour may be canceled, depending on response!


These events are open to all classmates, family and their friends, regardless of their attendance at the Saturday Night reunion dinner! All locations are handicap accessible.



Pete LeBlanc is looking into a golf round at a local course, stay tuned. Either Saturday or Sunday.
Here’s the info for Golf as of April 27, 2008:

We're looking for any golfers that might want to get a round in during the reunion weekend. This won't be a formal outing - no prizes, no weird format, no dinner - just golf. When I know how many people we have, I'll reserve a block of consecutive tee times at one of the local courses. If you're interested, let me know by June 1. Include your preference for:

Saturday, Sunday or either;

How much you're willing to spend or a course preference;

Skyline -  $27 walking, $42 w/cart.

Waubeeka - $49 walking, $65 w/cart.

Cranwell - $99 w/ or w/o cart gets us on Cranwell,

Pittsfield Country Club will let us on after 3:00 for $140 walking, $158 w/cart, (we can only get tee times after 3:00 at the country club which pretty much restricts us to Sunday).

Or anywhere else.

If you know of someone who isn't in the Yahoo group and would possibly be interested in joining us, please forward this to them.


Pete LeBlanc



Here’s more goings on info:

This reunion is open to anyone interested in joining us.

Classmates that did not graduate from PHS in 1968 are more than welcome!

Hey, if you want to pay $50 for dinner you must really like us!

Teachers from PHS or other schools leading in that direction too!


More information about other weekend activities will be added as it occurs…


If you don’t want to spend $50 for dinner you may want to attend the Colonial and come on over afterwards for socializing.
Saturday June 21 you may be interested in this performance at the Colonial Theatre!





Sat, Jun 21st '08

8PM A: $40 B: $25

Sponsored by EDM | architecture.engineering.management

“(Livingston Taylor is) One of the most consistently entertaining, tasteful, and intelligent of songsmiths...” –Dirty Linen Magazine

“(Kate Taylor’s latest album, Beautiful Road is) a heart-felt folk rock gem.” –Rolling Stone

Whether performing their individual material or joining in a duet, Livingston and Kate Taylor fill the stage with great melodies, thoughtful lyrics and a sense of pure joy. Sharing the dual musical heritage of New England and the South, they draw upon the traditions of folk, pop, Broadway, blues, gospel, bluegrass, rockabilly and Motown to create their own unique style and sound.

One dollar from every ticket sold will be donated to Susan G. Komen for the Cure to fund breast cancer research, education, screening and treatment programs. This revenue will help sponsor a local family to walk in the Breast Cancer 3-day, a 60-mile walk for the cause. Visit www.the3day.org for more information.




If you are around the following Saturday June 28 you may be interested in this performance at the Colonial Theatre!


British Invasion Tour – cancelled, sorry!



Check out our class website at:






Website donated and maintained by Clark W. Nicholls, PHS 1968 CWNicholls@aol.com