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NCHS 1964 Class 75th Birthday Celebration
Friday, Sept 3, 2021 through Sunday, Sept 5, 2021

A NCHS64 75th Birthday Celebration is schedule in Casper on Friday, Sept. 3rd, 2021 through Sunday, Sept. 5th, 2021 in Casper. Cost per person will be ~$60 for all events, and assistance is available.**

** Assistance readily available for classmates who might benefit. Contact Dick Phillips ... (425) 275-1045 or send email to: rcpmd1@gmail.com for class assistance to assure your attendance.


  • Sept. 3, 2021 evening (5PM --> ?) Party at Three Crowns Restaurant
    • 75th Birthday Celebration
    • Hors d'oeuvres / appetizers provided
  • Sept. 4, 2021 afternoon (2PM --> ?) Picnic at Wells Park
    • Electric carts & assistance provided for disability impaired individuals
    • Catered buffet and drinks provided
    • Wyoming weather free of charge
  • Sept. 5, 2021 morning (8:30AM --> 11:30:AM) Breakfast at Ramkota
    • $7.99 / person
    • Dedicated class seating provided


  • Ramkota Hotel: Special @ $89/day reserved for “NCHS Class of 1964” ... includes b-fast buffet, several restaurants, pool, hot tubs, etc., which makes this a good value.
  • You may be able to find cheaper places than the Ramkota Hotel, but you are unlikely to find better overall value, unless you have specific goals and requirements. We might suggest you visit Trip Advisor, Kayak.com, Expedia.com, The Real Yellow Pages, Booking.com, Hotels.com, or other hotel-chain specific Internet sites or Internet bargain and lodging-shopping sources to find lodging that fits your budget and other goals.


Classmates and Friends of the Class of 1964 who have questions should reach out to Pat Ford, who is coordinating Casper activities.

Pat Ford, NCHS64 75th BD Event Coordinator
     Email:  bobjford@hotmail.com
     Cell Phone:  (307) 277-9162

Checks Made out to "NCHS Class of 1964" .... Mail Checks to:
     Pat Ford
     2111 South Poplar St
     Casper, Wyoming 82601-5207



For the timing and all locations for this NCHS64 class reunion event, the risks associated with COVID-19 appear to be acceptably low for the general public, but each person must make his/her own decision re: attending this NCHS64 event.

We will provide frequent and at least monthly public health and State of Wyoming governmental guidelines addressing the status and safety profile for COVID-19 for Casper, Natrona County, and the state of Wyoming. Dated updates will be published below.

June 9, 2021 COVID-19 Update

May 13, 2021 Update available from Wyoming Dept of Health. Recommendations include:

  1. No travel restrictions in Wyoming for U.S. Travelers
  2. Social distancing should be maintained between individual groups to the greatest extent possible.
  3. Wyoming has no statewide mask mandate. Face Masks are advised in public places with the following exceptions:
    1. Face Masks are not required when a person is eating or drinking while at the event.
    2. Face Masks are not required for individuals with a medical condition for whom wearing a mask could obstruct breathing or unable to remove a mask without assistance, and documentation for that individual is not required.
    3. Face Masks are not required for hearing impaired individuals, or for those communications with a hearing impaired individuals, where the ability to see the mouth is essential for communication. Since so many NCHS64 individuals are hard-of-hearing, use hearing aides, and/or require lip-reading to understand conversation, this criteria essentially permits most attendees involved in conversations with other classmates not to wear masks at the event.
    4. Outdoor Event on Saturday, 09/04/2021:
      Risk of transmission of SARS-CoV-2 Virus in an outdoor environment is miniscule ... nearly non-existant ... even when not wearing a mask ..., according to all evidence-based medical literature. This issue was not specifically addressed in the Wyoming Department of Health guidelines, but classmates should be aware that the value of masks is non-existent in the outdoor environment.
  4. VACCINATIONS. COVID-19 Vaccinations are not addressed in Wyoming Health Department guidelines. Those individuals who decide not to be vaccinated assume any risk related to COVID-19 transmission. Classmates who have been vaccinated incur no additional risk by social interactions with classmates who have not been vaccinated.
  5. WYOMING COVID-19 Case Numbers - DOH Analysis
    Date Locality Active Cases Weekly Deaths Hospitalizations
    5/15 Natrona 29 0 11
    5/25 Natrona 23 2 7
    6/01 Natrona 26 0 5
    5/15 WY 410 1 34
    5/25 WY 406 6 47
    6/01 WY 359 1 44
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