Aging is not lost youth, but a new stage of opportunity and strength.
-- Betty Friedan

During 2016, most of the NRHS Class of 1964 will attain the age of seventy.
There’s something special about seventy. Unlike many of the other landmark ages, there is no entitlement, privilege or obligation associated with being seventy years of age. We can already drive, drink, vote, collect Social Security, enroll in Medicare and receive senior discounts.

So what’s special? 
Seventy is the milestone of reaching old age, right? It sure looked that way in 1964. Age 70 was the domain of grandparents – old folks in folding chairs, taking the sun on the sidewalk.

But not for us in 2016! 
Our generation has reshaped every aspect of the culture over the past seventy years, and the Year 70 milestone is the next to go. For us, Year 70 is special because it’s the gateway to the next round of life’s adventures. And we do like our adventures! 

Rochellean64 is capturing our adventures as they happen.
Classmates are invited to share photos of your birthday celebrations, reflections on your 70-year journey, and/or news about your next round (whether travel, second career, giving back, or just sitting back and chillin') – prose, poetry, party pictures, blogs from the road – all are welcome.

We want to hear from YOU!
On or around your 70th birthday, send your photos / stories / materials to us at:

Send your birthday photos, stories or reflections to:
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birthday memories
Peter J. Robinson, Jr.
Paul Krosney
Carl "Sandy" Behrend
Robert Shprintzen
Burton Rubin
  Marvin Robbins
Nicki Luca Creatore
Margaret Di Piazza
Marguerite (Marge)
Genova Venske

Susie Rothschild
Linda Mather Johnston
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