The

 

 

 

                     Class of 1985  



 




 

Website

Natick High School Class of 1985

 World Wide Website

 

 

Created:  May 19, 2009

 

Publisher: David Jacobson

Origin Location:  Framingham, Massachusetts

Mission:

 

This website is the result of several conversations amongst our class members who gathered together to pay their respects to our dearly departed classmate and friend, Stacey A. Keane.  The intent is to enable all of our classmates, and others, to be able to receive information regarding contributing to the education fund for Stacey's children.  Many of our classmates are not residing in our local area anymore.  The world wide web was the most logical vehicle to facilitate this need.

 

Although this website serves as a tribute to Stacey, it is also serving as a continuous tribute to the Natick High School CLASS of 1985, Natick High School Alumni, and the great town of NATICK itself.  There is no end to the possibilities of what this web site can provide.  This website belongs to every graduating member of the Natick High School Class of 1985.  I would like to take this moment to thank everyone who has taken the time to express their support of this website, and of course their support for the family and friends of our deceased classmates and faculty members.

To contribute to making this website the best that it can be for everyone, please follow the following steps:

 

Make sure all photos or copy is "good-natured".

 
Make sure all photos submitted are in ".jpg"file format.

 

Make sure that if you would like captioning to explain your photo, that you include your captioning in your email message.

 

Do not submit copyright protected materials. Some copyrights do expire, so if you are not sure, please check.
 

Remember to indicate if you would like a "photo by" credit to appear below your published photo.

 

Submit materials to:  redmen@natickhighclassof1985.com

 

 

 

Respectfully,

David J. Jacobson

NHS Class of 1985

website or Web site    (wěb'sīt')  noun, 
A set of interconnected webpages, usually including a homepage, generally located on the same server, and prepared and maintained as a collection of information by a person, group, or organization.