Thank you to our sponsors!
Photos courtesy of Genene Mattern - We Are Millcreek
McDowell High School Class of ‘78 Reunion
Friday, June 29 - The Sloppy Duck
6:00 p.m. - ? Reserved space inside for the evening, Cash Bar/Full Menu if interested in eating. The Groove (local band) begins @ 8:00 outside under the tent.
Saturday, June 30 - The Bel-Aire Clarion Hotel and Conference Center
6:00-7:00 Cash Bar open
7:00 Dinner Served
8:00-11:00 DJ playing/dancing
$40/person + cash Bar
Accommodations are available at the Bel-Aire. A block of rooms are reserved @ a discounted rate so call quickly to make your reservations.
Please mail checks for Saturday night $40/person
by May 1 to:
Therese Fogl Sivers
3319 Peach Street
Erie PA 16508
For more info and updates: https://www.facebook.com/groups/69679454167/about/
THANK YOU TO THE
THAT PROVIDED GIFTS & SERVICES
American Cancer Society
Auto Spa Car Wash
Bo Mar Auto Repair
Creative Imprint Systems
Dicks or Achille's GC
Erie Water Works
Maloney Reed Scarpitti & Co
MEF Board of Trustees
Potratz Floral Shop and Greenhouse
Trojan Nation Spirit Store
We Are Millcreek/Genene Mattern
Whispering Woods Golf Club
McDowell High School Class of 1981 -
35th Reunion July 2, 2016
HUB International Limited
James B. Schwab Co, Inc.
Mayer Bros. Construction Co
BEVERAGE CART SPONSOR
SA Wagner Agency Inc
Maloney, Reed, Scarpitti
Historic Square Agency
Hallgren, Restifo, Loop & Coughlin Architects
Keystone Electric/Zenith Systems
THANK YOU TO OUR GOLFERS & SUPPORTERS!
The rain stayed away and we had a great day!
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THANK YOU TO EVERYONE THAT PARTICIPATED!
John Patrick Keck was born on May 7, 1990 to Anthony and Marie Keck. He attended Millcreek schools as did his older sisters - Christina, Andrea, and Michelle. He graduated in 2008 and attended Edinboro University studying to be a Speech Therapist. John suffered a traumatic brain injury as a result of a car accident on May 2, 2013. He passed away 10 months later due to complications.
John cared about others, people gravitated to him because of his kindness. He was willing to help wherever needed, and he loved animals. He also loved playing golf, X-box games, and working out at the gym. John was wise beyond his years. He had such a great sense of humor and was noted for his smart, quick wit answers that made us all laugh and he had a wonderful work ethic.
John was a remarkable man who still had a lot to offer. John wanted to make a difference in this world and his family established the John Patrick Keck Fund to make a difference in the lives of Millcreek students.