October 26, 2017
5 months and 27 days left
until our reunion.

Sponsored by the
LHS 1960 - 1970 Planning Committee


​The event is for LHS attendees who remember the Myrtle Beach Days of our youth! 



It is time to sign up!

The Reunion will be at OD Resort October 26 - 29, 2017!   Room Rates at the resort will be the same as they were last year.  Call 1-843-249-1436 if you want to stay where the action is.
The cost to attend the event is still $50 per person.  Plus, we are offering a shrimp feast on Friday afternoon for an additional $10 per person.

​Don't forget we give prizes for the one hundredth, two hundredth, and three hundredth person to register and pay!  Get moving right now on your registration!  You may receive an awesome gift from the committee!

Click here for the LINK to the Registration Page and fill out the form.

Write your check to LHS Class of 60 to 70 and mail it to
Tommy Huskey
405 N. Poplar St
Lincolnton, NC 28092



Attention All Veterans!  We honor our veterans every year at the reunion.  This year we are going to try and change the process a bit. 

Whether you plan to attend or not, could you send an email to information@lhs60to70.com Tell us your name, where and when you served, which branch of service and what was your last rank? 

​We hope to do a video presentation if we can get the information.  it will include pictures of all veterans from the classes of 1960 - 1970   We depend on you to give us the information.  We want information for living and deceased veterans and veterans who married an LHS 1960-1970 attendee.  Please send an email with information on veterans!  If you have a picture from your service, please send it also!



Entertainment on Saturday evening in The Spanish Galleon will be
Blackwater Rhythm and Blues Band   

​The band won the Group of the Year Award at the 2016 Carolina Beach Music Awards.  These guys are awesome!  But don’t take my word for it, check them out. 

You can get a preview of this fantastic band locally this summer! 
Click here to see their calendar.


We are proud to tell you we have booked "The Marvels of Xavier" to wow you with a very interesting and entertaining magic show. Xavier Hartsoe holds several awards in magic including Parlour Magician of the Year presented by the coveted Academy of Magical Arts.   His television credits include performances on the TODAY Show, Meredith Vieira Show, and Penn & Teller's Fool Us just to name a few. 
Don't miss Xavier Hartsoe's show on Thursday evening in the Spanish Galleon.   


Wink is going to shake up the Cornhole Tournaments this year.  There will be a Ladies League and a Men’s league.  And we will have even more cornhole boards.  If you want to play, you may want to let Wink know.  This will be a popular event and it will be first come first served. 

Email Wink at
winkf@charter.net to secure your rights to play!



In May of 1967,
50 years ago, this group lined up and received their diplomas from LHS.  Congratulatons to LHS graduating class of 1967!





Remember how we were anxious to see the new car models each year?  And how we were in awe of the new gadgets in the cars? 

"Seat belts!  Who needs that?"   "They put the bright light controls on the steering column!"    "There is an eight track player right in the dash!"    "That model has windows that go up and down with the push of a button!"    "Air conditioning in a car?"


The main dealerships we cruised to see cars were Hoyle Motor Company, Carswell Chrysler Plymouth, Guy E. Cline Company, Setzer's, and Abernethy Chevrolet. 

​Who could have predicted that in 2017 the only survivor of those thriving car dealerships would be Abernethy Chevrolet? 



Have you ever wondered how the reunion event got started?  Our leader is Tommy Huskey and it was his idea. 
Here is his story: 



The Perfect Storm
How the LHS 1960 - 1970 Reunion was Born

-by Tommy Huskey


With the laws of "six degrees of separation" I must give Colin Rudisill the honor of being responsible for the Reunion and this is how it happened.

Five or so years ago Colin Rudisill was working in Charlotte for a Mortgage Broker. One day Colin called and mentioned that one of his former coworkers had opened a bar in Gastonia.  He asked me if I would like to ride over with him to check it out.  Of course that was a silly question.

So, we ventured over to Gastonia to Freemans Pub, at 173 W. Main Avenue.  Brad Freeman chose a nice location for his pub in old Gastonia.  It is set up nicely, provides good food, good drinks, and good fellowship. Needless to say, I started visiting the Pub from time to time.

One day I was in there and started a conversation with a gentleman who turned out to be Bob Freeman, Brad's father. Bob mentioned that he was on the committee of the West Meck/Hardin High School Reunion and he gave me his card.

It sounded like a great idea to me. I thought, "Hey we can do that with the LHS group of classmates!" I checked out the West Meck/Hardin High School Reunion website, I googled Reunions 101 and called Bob a few times for information.

The West Meck/Hardin group call their reunions "The Sixties" class of '60 to '69. Crap, if we did that I couldn't attend! You see I'm a classmate from 1970. After I made a slight change to their rules, I started assembling a planning committee. I looked through my annuals. Then I branched out to annuals belonging to friends and family members. I checked out the Class Officers of each class - 1960 to 1970. See how I cleverly added in my class?  I ran through a good many names in the first year and by the end of the year I had a list of willing accomplices. And I had an awesome group with diverse talents!

Luck was on my side!  I found people! Pam and Patsy, the "computer geniuses," Paula and Steve the "people people."  Then I asked people who had worked on individual class reunions, Ellen, Becky and Linda. Then we found Mickey Caskey, the "entertainment man"  And Rickie, the "money manager!" And of course not to forget Gail, the manager of the Silent Auction.  And my sweet wife, the "hospitality manager."  We are fortunate to have folks who join in to look after certain aspects of the reunions.  Some volunteer their trailers and personal vehicles for hauling our "stuff."  Some volunteer to manage the cornhole tounaments (Wink Finger.) The Loftins do the bingo.

Lucky again, the group kept growing into the committee we have today.  Many of them were strangers to one another before we started our journey.  Today we are like a big family.  As with any family, there were struggles and disagreements.  We made mistakes and learned from them.

If you are reading this now, you are aware of the results. We have had a great time putting this together and look forward to many more years of "Fun and Games".

So if Colin wasn't a friend and hadn't worked with Brad and Brad hadn't opened the Bar and I hadn't met Bob Freeman and I hadn't decided to put it together and I hadn't found the right people to help and we didn't have such a great relationship, I don't believe we would have a Reunion.

That's my story!   Thank You Colin Rudisill!   Now if I can just get him to come to a reunion!   Oh well, that's another story.

Thomas E. Huskey, Jr. P.E.





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Front row:  Johnny Colvard, Vickie Colvard, Pam Lineberger, Tommy Huskey, Judy Shuford, Marty Shuford  Second row:  Smit
Front row: Johnny Colvard, Vickie Colvard, Pam Lineberger, Tommy Huskey, Judy Shuford, Marty Shuford Second row: Smitty Little, Becky Crouse, Steve Valentine, Mick Caskey Third row: Pam Huskey, Ann Caldwell, Patsy Cashion, Rickie Allen, Paula Turner, Frances Baker, Bobby Baker Top Row: Ellen Lingerfelt, Linda Harrill Rudisill, Ken Rudisill, Libby Caldwell, Steve Caldwell

The committee wants to thank all who attended. 
You made it what it was:  



Click here to check out the live view of OD Pavilion!
Click here to check out the live view of OD Pavilion!



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