A trip down memory lane @JennyHatch

Classmates dot com sent an email today with links to my online yearbooks. I went on a scroll and found a few photos from Walled Lake Central HS 1984, 85, and 86 when I graduated.

I attended 9th grade at North Farmington HS in Farmington Hills Michigan.

Photos included in the collage are my yearbook photos where I sometimes went by Jenny Tripp and once in a while I was Marie Tripp, my middle name.

I played Doris in Birdie and shared the stage with my little brother Rich who played Randolph, my son in the play. I choreographed this show and my little sister Lisa played the sad girl and danced to Put on a happy face with the actor playing Albert.

My two best friends dressed up for PNP day and won most punk. We had a good laugh when they announced Audie as the most punk dude.

My best friend Dave is next to me in the pyramid photo and it was good to remember him today. He died in a car crash when I was in 12th grade.

I sang a solo in my tenth grade talent show. A ballad from the movie fame made famous by Irene Cara. The music from that movie is some of my favorite.

This was a fun walk down memory lane. My yearbooks are boxxed up and I haven’t looked at them in decades, so it was fun to flip through this online version.

Cheers!

Jenny Marie Tripp Hatch

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