Come Join Us On July 30, 31 and August 1, 2010!

This year, 2010, will mark the 10th anniversary of the last big multi-year Amalgamated Regional High School Reunion in Corner Brook. Planning has already started to hold another reunion next summer for anybody who attended the high school for any period of time during the years it was called Amalgamated. I'm sure we'll see you there! In the meantime this is a place to connect with old classmates. Tell us a little about yourself in our Guestbook!!

Contact us:

E-mail us here or -

Sign our Guestbook (near the bottom of the page) or -

Tel. Judie (Hillyard) Gushue at 709-634-4295
Submissions of old pictures or other memorabilia are welcome. However, please make sure they are of relatively good viewing quality and in jpg format. (There is no way I can improve the quality of a picture after I receive it). You may submit them via e-mail at the link just above or by clicking the link at the bottom of this page. If you live in Corner Brook and don't have a scanner, e-mail us and we will arrange to get the items. _______________________________________

Saturday, March 7, 2009

Back when...and now!!

Every day's a great day for hockey ~ Mario Lemieux
Not everything we learned in high school was taught in the classroom. Many a lesson was learned back then from experiences outside those hallowed halls. Before class, after class and on weekends, many guys would passionately pit bodies and minds against fearsome opponents at the hockey rink. Character was formed and friendships were forged.

For some, the passion remains.

(l-r) Taylor Colbourne, Alex Murley, Dave Pardy, Lorne Keeping, Doug House, Bob Warren, George King and
Earl Anstey.

On the sidelines - Bill Coles

After all the years (now in their 60s), playing about 90 games a season, these former students still agree 'every day's a great day for hockey'.

On the ice or off "friends are the most important ingredient in this recipe of life" and these hockey players and their friends find the time once a week for extra

(l-r) Bill Coles, Doug House, Bud Goulding, Bob Day, Len Bursey, Bob Diamond, Calvin Andrews and Tom Power