Welcome to the Berry Breakfast Club!
An organization of Berry High School and Berry Academy alumni working to keep the history and legacy of Berry alive.
BERRY BREAKFAST CLUB MEETING
Below are some random photographs taken at the Sept. 15, 2012 meeting of the Breakfast Club at Landmark Restaurant. Do you know any of the people pictured? Most are regular attendees; but there were several new guests, Tim Brown being our featured speaker.
Two important features of the meeting were the speech given by Tim Brown, the new curator of Berry Museum and a long discussion of whether the BBC should organize as an official formal affinity alumni chapter requiring elected officers and a constitution. The main part of Tim's speech of interest to all Berry High School alumni was the establishment of permanent exhibit of Berry High history. ( See a full article on his speech on this web site. ) The result of the discussion of the possibility of establishing the Berry High affinity chapter was the consensus from those present that they would like to remain a special interest group without formal organization.
LEFT: Frank Adams, Secretary of the Breakfast Club, reading the April, 2012 minutes | RIGHT: Tom Butler, President of the BBC, conducting the meeting
LEFT: John Shahan and Jim Derrico ( 77 A ). John is one of the loyal charter members. It was good to see Jim and his wife Bonnie as our new guests. | RIGHT: Bob Williams, Treasurer, introducing the guests and making general remarks.
LEFT: Tim Brown, the new curator of Berry Museum. Tim was our featured speaker. | RIGHT: Mike Murdock ( 73 A ) came from Athens to be with us. It was good to have him as a guest.
LEFT: Tom Bowen (55 HS ) Tom was there with his wife, Martha, a graduate of Martha Berry School for Girls. Both are active in Berry Activities. | RIGHT: Class ring for Mount Berry School for Boys. Do you still have your ring? I hope so.
Chris Watters, Director of the Berry Alumni Association, She always keeps us up-to-date on alumni news.