About the Site
This web site has proved to be a great resource for everyone who uses it! The site was created in 2010 under the leadership of Bob Eastman to help us reconnect with our 1964 Northfield and Mount Hermon classmates as we prepared for our joint 50th Reunion in 2014.
A group of us are now continuing to maintain the site as an information and communications resource for all members of our class who attended and/or graduated. The full Mount Hermon and Northfield 1964 class lists are available on request.
We welcome those of you who haven’t yet joined the site! Updated contact and profile information are regularly added, as are photos (old and new) for the 1964 Photo Galleries. Discussions are hosted on the Class Forum pages. The In Memory page is kept up-to-date based on the best information we have available, and is respectfully maintained.
More information about the site and tips for using it are available as a downloadable pdf document. Please Click here (NOTE: Use the "back" arrow to return to this page once you have looked at the Information & Tips page.)
If you are trying to join but are not listed in the classmate profiles section, please contact the site administrator via the Contact link on the Home page. Once you have signed in, you will have full access to the site.
You don’t need to complete all the contact and profile information at once. You can come back multiple times and edit your entries as well as add pictures and videos. Your smart phone is a great source for current photos, but period snapshots are also great! Everyone will want to see what you've been up to! Check out your classmates who have already joined. We have 216 members.
We automatically send you email updates when classmates join and when we make major changes to the site. But, please keep checking the site – consider bookmarking it for easy access.
Our 60th Reunion is coming up fast (June, 2024), and it would be great to have as many of us participate as possible! There will be lots of time to mingle, catch up with each other, and see the campus. Stay tuned!