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                          to our

          Official Class of 1964 Website

               Thomas Jefferson High School

                         Richmond, Virginia  




                 60th Reunion Invitation!!

                          Date: Friday, October 18, 2024

                  Time: 11:30 am - 5:00 pm

                  Place: Richmond Country Club

       Please Mark Your Calendar and Spread the Word!

                                   Further Details Coming Later.




Come join us for lunch at Padows' Ham & Deli ...the second Thursday of each month at 1:00 pm...Y'all come!
LtoR: Jackie Deane, Janet Glaser Younce, Sally Felvey Guynn, Dave Saterfield, David Preston, Tom Stephen, and Nancy Grandis.
Thomsas Jefferson High School in 1930s.

Can you find Broad St, Malvern, the track?



Have you checked out who's missing from the list of our classmates who have joined the website? Please give the list a look, THEN contact someone not yet registered and encourage them to get with it and join us! Thanks. 


Jeffersonian” Update. As partners with the Library of VA we'll shortly have digitized school newspapers from back in our day! Once digitized we'll be able to see them on the Library website.

                  55th Reunion Class Photo -- Westwood Club, October 2019



Scenic View of Richmond, Virginia. Photo Submitted by Fred Antonelli. Photographer Unknown.



       Several classmates (Fred Antonelli, Bob Graham) recently discovered
    this video/music clip "When the Music Died" about our era on Youtube. Here t'is for your enjoyment.
           Click the link below, skip the ad! 

This is the official website for our class and it is intended to help you:

  • connect, communicate & celebrate with classmates,
  • share your family profile and photos,
  • send messages/stay connected both individually and as a class,
  • help sponsor a class event/project,
  • have fun and stay informed,
  • be comfortable -- the website is both free and secure.


So, all you have to do now is join the website and

it's easy --so what in the heck are you waiting for?


               To Join Our Website:

Step 1:  Click on CLASSMATE PROFILES at the top of the menu on the left side of the screen.

Step 2:  From the list of Classmates, find and click on your name.

Step 3:  Follow the instructions and complete both the contact information and profile               

Step 4:  Be sure to SAVE your information and remember your password (or better still, 
              just get real and write it down!)angel 



    Please Add The Two Email Addresses Below To Your Email Contact List:

Here's How To Add The Two Email Addresses Above:  

(It's called "White Listing" and prevents those nasty blockers like Yahoo, Comcast, AOL, and Verizon from blocking your emails from our website -- so it's important to add them now!)

  • Select CONTACTS.
  • Select ADD A CONTACT.
  • Type in one of the email addresses listed above.
  • Repeat for the other email address above.

Should you join the web site?  Consider this...we want to keep everyone in the loop and sending email notifications through the website is the most efficient method and will be used exclusively in the future to reach out to the class. Really. Your committee has limited funds. Help us avoid the expense of sending notifications through snail mail! Thanks for your help.

RecommendationWhen you are building the details of your individual classmate page you have the option to keep private almost any part of your personal data. Some of you have chosen to not include a mailing address. May I make the recommendation that you include your mailing address and then just mark it private? Your committee works hard to have an up-to-date contact list. You can help us with this by including your mailing address. (I promise we won't send it out to those nasty telemarketers!) Thanks for your help.




Please help us reach out to other classmates who have not yet joined our website and implore them to join. In the near future, our website will be the only way we reach out to our classmates about class stuff...why you ask? Because it's the most economical, most efficient, and practical of options. laugh
We're planning to set up a TJ Class '64  Alumni Association and regional chapters to help us stay connected. So, stay on the lookout for more information!