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2017 Gathering of Eagles

Denver in 2017

June 22-25

Our Hotel: Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel

sheratondenverlarge_1450This is a beautiful hotel with multiple restaurants, bars and coffee shops; complimentary fitness center and swimming pool. Attendees get free in-room Wi-Fi.
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nurnberg-alumni-association-denver-2017-tickets-31993134326

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The location is on the 16th Street Pedestrian Mall, a tree-lined promenade of red-and-gray granite that runs through the center of downtown, lined with outdoor cafes and bistros, micro-breweries, historic office buildings, new skyscrapers, apartment and condo towers, restaurants, bars and retail stores. Numerous fountains and plazas offer a variety of daily special events and entertainers. Free electric shuttle buses cruise the mile-long Mall seven days a week from early morning to late evening.

Transportation: Low-cost public transportation is available from the airport to Union Station, where you can connect to the hotel via the free 16th Street Shuttle.

To book your rooms at the discounted group rate please click this link.

Archivist/Historian publishes novel

Bob McQuitty, NAA Archivist/Historian, recently published his first — and last — novel, entitled “Prost, Herr Meier: Toast, Mr. Meier.” The book is in part an early history of Nürnberg American High School and part memoir — both parts overlaid with the author’s imagination.

The novel tells the story of the growth of 15-year-old Riley Robinson, an Army Brat who travels with his family to Germany in 1946. He is on hand when one of the first American schools opens its doors. Riley learns to cope with attending a newly opened school and living in a defeated and occupied country. At the same time he enjoys much about Germany, his schoolmates, and a German girl he meets.

Forced to return to the U.S. when his dad’s tour is over, he attends college in Texas and then elects to return to Germany as a teacher. In the book’s most strained coincidence, he ends up teaching at NAHS. Through his travels and his friendship with Herr Meier, Riley comes to a deeper understanding of himself, of democracy, and of what it takes to preserve it.

This book may be purchased by going to Amazon.com and typing in the title, “Prost, Herr Meier.” It sells for $17 and there is also a Kindle version. If you would like an autographed copy send a check for $17 to Bob McQuitty at 4034 Highland Dr, Tahlequah, OK 74464. He will mail you a copy — no charge for shipping.

McQuitty promises, “You will be both informed and entertained.”

Kalb history revisited by two Fürth residents


Facebook group for Fürth “Kalb Housing Area”

Former residents of the US settlement reminisce
"I needed this group in my life", schreibt eine Nutzerin, "so many memories!": Stephanie Spindler und Marco Frömter vor einem Gebäude der ehemaligen "Nürnberg High School" in der Fürther Südstadt. © Foto: Kaisha-Cosima Spindler

“I needed this group in my life”, schreibt eine Nutzerin, “so many memories!”: Stephanie Spindler und Marco Frömter vor einem Gebäude der ehemaligen “Nürnberg High School” in der Fürther Südstadt. © Foto: Kaisha-Cosima Spindler

FÜRTH – Here was the laundry! And since the playground! And do you remember the old Lady Emily? A Facebook group for “Kalb housing area” in the southern part of Fürth, which once housed about 4,800 Americans, found in no time more than 600 members. Most come from the United States.

Suddenly, something no longer consistent with the cotton candy. The blue and pink were gone, only in bland white, there was the sticky candy on the festival. “I asked my mother why and she said that the Americans are gone,” says Stephanie Spindler (31). She must have been nine, she estimates, about Americans had never thought.

Today things are different. Spindler, who grew up in Nuremberg, moved with their two children four years ago to Fürth, in the Kalb area, by working here as an educator. She has been read into the history of this district. And had at some point the idea with the Facebook page. “I wondered who the people here once called home,” she writes on the website.

On December 26, the site went online, five days later, she had 500 members. “That was amazing,” says Marco Frömter (39), a friend of Stephanie Spindler. New Year’s Eve the two spent so unlock the requests, “next to the raclette the laptop ran”.

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Fallen Eagle – Ivory Carter ’81

Ivory Carter

Ivory Carter

Ivory T. Carter, age 51, departed this life on Wednesday, July 30, 2014 in Savannah.

His memory will be cherished by his wife, Keshawn N. Carter; his children, Ivory, Vincent, I`bonec and Icelyne Carter; his mother, Joyce Carter and a host other relatives and friends.

His wake will be from 6:00pm until 7:00pm on Wednesday, August 6, 2014 at the Dorchester Funeral Home, 7842 E. Oglethorpe Hwy in Midway.

Funeral services will be 12:00 pm on Thursday, August 7, 2014 at Calvary Missionary Baptist Church, 200 Daniel Siding Loop Road, Richmond Hill, GA 31324. His Body will rest at the church for visitation from 11:00am until the hour of the service.

The Committal Service with military honors will be at 3:00 pm in the Georgia Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Glennville, GA 30427.



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Reunion DC 2014 – 70s Era Dinner

Silvia Eberly

Silvia Eberly

The 70s era met for dinner at Cafe Mozart near the White House.  We started at 6:30 and ended at 9:30 on Thursday the 19th.  Silvia played the accordion and we sang along to beer drinking songs reminiscent of a German beer hall.

Dinner was a choice of Chicken Schnitzel, Sauerbraten, Sausage platter or Rahm Schnitzel.  We were at capacity with 72  1970s era classmates in attendance.  Everyone had a great time and Silvia’s accordion definitely set the mood.
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70’s Eagles Gather at Wurstfest November 8-11, 2013

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Wurstfest

Excellent Eagle representation at Wurstfest 2013. 100 strong at last count.  View the gallery below to see all the pictures.

Regal Eagle Senior Edition June 1993

regal-eagle-june-93In this addition:

  • Latoya Taylor wins Student Council Presidency
  • Senior Wills
  • Class Superlatives
  • Fear of the Future
  • Most Embarrassing Moments
  • and more…

1986 Franconian

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1991 Yearbook Staff

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1986-1986 Football

1986-1987 Football

 

1980-1983 Dormies

80-83Dormies

1987-1988 Mens Varsity Basketball team

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Nürnberg Housing and surrounding area

Candid sports shots mid – late 1970s

Student life at NHS

Predictions from 1976 Trichter

Trichter predictions 1976

Trichter predictions 1976

NHS mid 70s team photos

NHS Basketball VS. K-Town 1975

Eagles Article NHS vs Würzburg 1976 (?)

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74-75 NHS Eagle Basketball Roster

70s and 80s group reunite in München for Oktoberfest

70s group joins the 90s group in Myrtle Beach October ’13

90s Eagles @ Myrtle Beach October 2013

Class of 1973 in Boise in 2011

Bob Crosby, John Covington, Shelley Flippen Conroy and Colleen Campbell Raupp

Bob Crosby, John Covington, Shelley Flippen Conroy and Colleen Campbell Raupp

Blast from the Past – Class of 1973

2013 marks the 40th anniversary of the graduation of the class of 1973 from NHS. I came across this picture sent to me by Thomas Otsa recently.

Alan Maloney, Colleen Campbell, Thomas Otsa, Phelon Deutsch

Alan Maloney, Colleen Campbell, Thomas Otsa, Phelon Deutsch

It’s a little over a year from the Gathering of Eagles in D.C.

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Herb, Ranelle, Jeff, Diana and Buddy

Paint color 80s-90s

Anyone know when the school was painted this color?

paint color of 1984

1977 Girls Track team

1977 Girls Track team

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Steve Wyatt – Class of 1992

It is with deep regret that I announce the passing of fellow Eagle Steve Wyatt Class of 1992. Steve passed away unexpectedly on 12/12/2012.

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Front entrance to NHS 1960s

Front entrance to NHS 1960s

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