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Archbishop Curley-Notre Dame reunion celebrates half-century mark

Alumni of the Class of 1969 from Archbishop Curley-Notre Dame School gather at their recent 50th anniversary reunion in Bal Harbour.

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Alumni of the Class of 1969 from Archbishop Curley-Notre Dame School gather at their recent 50th anniversary reunion in Bal Harbour.

BAL HARBOUR | About 80 people showed up for the 50th reunion of Archbishop Curley-Notre Dame High School, held Aug. 23-25 at the Sea View Hotel.

Activities for the Class of 1969 included a meet-and-greet, a golf tournament, pool time and a gala banquet. Also featured were various awards for alumni with the most children and grandchildren, those with the longest marriage and those who traveled farthest to attend the reunion.

Rounding out the events was Sunday Mass celebrated by Father Mark Labrizzi of the Diocese of Orlando, who has ministered at previous reunions as well. Afterward, some alumni stayed for brunch, discussing plans for future reunions.

The school merged with Monsignor Edward Pace High School at the end of June 2016.

Alumni of the Class of 1969 from Archbishop Curley-Notre Dame School gather at their recent 50th anniversary reunion in Bal Harbour.

Photographer: Courtesy

Alumni of the Class of 1969 from Archbishop Curley-Notre Dame School gather at their recent 50th anniversary reunion in Bal Harbour.

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