TO MY FELLOW HORNETS FROM THE CLASS OF '66 - PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF AND WHEN YOU PLANNING TO CELEBRATE YOUR 45TH. I WILL GLADLY POST IT.
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
1987: HAMILTON HIGH CLASS OF 1966 TO CELEBRATE 20TH REUNION
Even though this would have been more appropriate for a 1966 Mercer Messenger article, the reunion committee from the class of 1966 at Hamilton High West announced a reunion to be held at the Holiday Inn in Bordentown. There's my friend Ronnie Steward, a die hard friend of our U.S. military Vietnam veterans in the photo. Ronnie was also an excellent play by play sports announcer on the late, lamented TKR Cable until Cablevision took over and ceased featuring Hamilton Township persons, places and things in their laughable slogan, "TV THAT'S CLOSE TO HOME." Yes dear visitors, there was a time before the cable giants came along that local television was king. In Hamilton today, "TV THAT'S CLOSE TO HOME" largely for those who are close to the home of Wall Township's Cablevision facility: Monmouth, Middlesex, and other north Jersey counties. Hamilton does receive a relatively miniscule bit of coverage, but no where near the community oriented coverage provided by TKR, and Hamilton's first cable franchise, HAMILTON CABLEVISION.