|Regenia's on the left, Martha Pitts on the right and Linda Perry, whom I adored, is center right.|
|Regenia the majorette.|
I got a message from Regenia Street (now Clark) a couple of days ago. Regenia was with me at Grandfather Home for Children when I was a senior atCranberry, N.C. High School in 1963-'64. I was a year ahead of her in school.
She was a cheerleader, majorette, square dancer and god knows what else. She was also one of the prettiest girls in Avery County and my good friend Martha Pitts' best bud. We were all at Grandfather Home, they having been pretty much left to it bytheir families, me choosing to stay there for a year after my family basically fell apart.
|Regenia up close.|
|Miss Light Bulb|
Cool stuff, huh?
|Regenia, front right, and Martha, front left, with the majorettes and flag squad.|
|Regenia (center, with Martha right of her) in one of the square dance teams on which CLOG! is based.|
|This is my senior football team, Cranberry High School. I'm No. 11, second row.|