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 ~ W E L C O M E ~


of the "Mighty"

Booker T. Washington High School

eW  A  R  R  I  O  R  S  '64

~ We're Tops, We Lead and Others Follow ~
 June 27-29, 2014...
Warriors '64 Golden Reunion
...Now History!

You Had to be There...

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Showing Warriors '64

..from "Sockhop to Farewell Luncheon"



"Fly-by Reunion Summary"

Friday Night, June 27, 2014
 Meet 'n Greet ~ Sock Hop!
   7 p.m. to 11 p.m.
      ...'Nita Bell, Willie McGhee, "B.J." Worthy," Nellie Hampton Powell, Sherron Brown, J.W. Brown, Mary "Spooky" Harris Cummings, Alma Purnell Powell, Jo Ann Thompson, Allen Ferguson...and many others -- turned the clock of time back to 1964 --  and "line danced, sock-hopped and cha-cha'd" across the floor."  Met old friends, renewed old acquaintances, traded life's stories and shared the love of Warriors '64. 
..."Souvie" Bags for every classmate:  Commemmorative Wrist Watch, "Warrior Gold" Polo Shirt
...Soft-Bound Keepsake Warrior '64 Yearbook Reproduction (with senior photos and highlights from original yearbook): optional purchase -- exquisitely done!
                               Saturday A.M., June 28, 2014
                                          Heritage Tour Itinerary:
 * Alma Mater ~ BTW 
  * Slave Haven Underground Railroad Museum
    *Stax Museum of American Soul Music
Two motor coach loads of  Warriors '64 and guests --
...Beautiful day of  camaraderie and fun that neither the rain nor the clouds could dampen. Slave Haven Underground Railroad Museum:  A history lesson that provided more insight into the "peculiar institution" of slavery -- right here in Memphis -- and the anti-slavery sympathizers like Jacob Burkle (original owner of the Burkle Estate), who helped fleeing slaves along the Underground Railroad, find their way to the Mississippi River and north to freedom.
...Stax Musuem:  What can we say?  A trip to the recording studio that catapulted Memphis to the "big time" with familiar Stax artists like Isaac Hayes, Johnny Taylor, Rufus Thomas, Carla Thomas, David Porter, Sam & Dave...and more.  Memorabilia and film brought the memories of  the Stax heyday to life!
...Stroll through the halls of BTW:  Tour of the School
Pictures, trophy case gawking, "tales of the 'hood' (including a few lies), memories, memories, memories!
...Then, it's a Dutch Treat at Chow Time Buffet:  Neckbones, Catfish, Turnip Greens, Yams, name it -- we saw it on the plates of Warriors '64.  Fellowship extraordinaire!
   Saturday P.M., June 28, 2014
        Warriors '64
 Golden Years 50th Celebration
               7 p.m. to 11 p.m.
   Attire: Semi Formal/Formal 
...Warriors '64 and their guests came from near and far, "dressed to the nines." A poignant and moving address from  banquet speaker, Dr. Warren Eugene Collins (Warrior '64) and current Fisk University Professor, Researcher and Administrator., regarding our social, civic and spiritual responsibilities during our life's journey.  Keepsake mementos awarded to attendees to "mark the moments" of this past weekend. 
...More pictures, more reflecting -- more "catchup" conversations, more remembering...
Sunday, 11 a.m., June 29, 2014
Worship Service ~ Morning View Baptist Church
    1626 Carnegie St.
   Memphis, TN 38106
"We've Come  This Far by Faith..."
              Prophetess & Minister, 
                        Jamie Paraham Shivers,
Warrior '64

...Over thirty (30) classmates, braved the inclement weather and local flashflooding to attend services at Morning View B.C.  Beautiful message by Warrior '64 classmate, Prophetess and Minister Jamie Paraham Shivers that focused upon God's grace and mercy, allowing us to celebrate as a class. Sermon culminated with a reading by Prophetess/Minister Shivers: "We've Come This Far (50 Years) by Faith." (Copies were provided to classmates). 

...Farewell Dutch Treat at BeRatus Restaurant-Whitehaven.


 ~~ Chairperson's Message ~~

 Warriors '64 Reunion 2014

Billy J. Walker, Sr.

Resides in Memphis, TN

Spouse: Lillian Anderson Walker  

     (also Warriors '64) 

Praises be to God on this great and momentous occasion, the "Golden 50th Reunion" of Warriors ’64, Booker T. Washington High School, Memphis, TN, this June 27-29, 2014 weekend.  We gathered from near and far.  Streets, roads, highways, byways, rail or airways brought in the BTW 1964 Class from all over the continental United States to join in this once in our lifetime celebration.

I extend sincere thanks to the Warriors ’64 Reunion 2014 Organizing Committee, Sub-Contact Committee, as well as many other classmates, who met and contributed special talents and resources during the past year. I bow in full Warriors ’64 gratitude to you for your dedication and hard work to host and participate in a reunion that will stay in our memories for years.

It was with the mission to help create wonderful memories – and we have some beautiful memories -- that out of the past fifty years, I have either served as Chair or Co-Chair of Reunion ’79, Reunion ’94, Reunion ’99, Reunion ‘04 and the current “Golden 50” (2014) commemoration.  With zealous Warriors ’64 pride and vigor, I have served to the best of my ability – physically and mentally.  Now with changing priorities: primarily my health, personal and business pursuits; it is with humbled respect that I resign a leadership role in any further Warriors ’64 Reunion or other activities. I step aside -- but not “out.”  I will continue in any future support role, as needed, to continue our tribal bond of friendship and camaraderie.

I extend my special thanks to each fellow classmate and each guest, who attended and participated in our Golden Reunion -- for every striving, for every sacrifice you have made in any way to help make this reunion an unforgettable life’s photo. As proud Warriors, let us borrow from Julius Caesar: “We came. We saw. We conquered.” -- But, in the words of ANY BTW Warrior, "We're Still Tops! We Lead and Others Follow!" Until we meet again…I leave you with words from John's Third Letter, Verse 2, NASB:  “Beloved (Warriors ’64), I pray that in all respects you may prosper and be in  good health, just as your soul prospers.”

In Warriors ’64 Love,

Billy J. Walker, Sr.