Class of ’58 Museum Visit a Hit

Students who attended country schools and St. Mary School joined the class in 9th grade to attend high school.

The members of the class of ’58 enjoyed a day of reunion activities which included a trip to the Chelsea Historical Museum.

The class of ’58 enjoyed visiting the CAHS Museum and chatted about what they knew about “old” Chelsea. Some interesting stories!

The first grade picture “village students” is displayed in the Time Line Room of the Museum. Students who attended country schools and St. Mary School joined the class in 9th grade to attend high school.

Pictured (below) is the first grade village classmates on the steps of the school. The photo above shows those who visited the Museum as part of their class of ’58 reunion activities. Seated in the Time Line room with classmate Jim Grau holding a donated ax used by the Chelsea Fire Department in the early 1900s. Classmate Troy Lewis was the donor of the ax, but he was unable to attend the reunion.

Story submitted by CAHS BOD Member Jan Bernath; picture scanned from the 1947 yearbook loaned by Sandy Weber; reunion photo submitted by CAHS President Bill O’Reilly.

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