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Philo 75, Saint Louis de Gonzague

Class Reunion in Haiti

  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    6 years 5 months ago
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    I happen to click on your site and saw these picture of fellow Haitians/brothers enjoying each other. God bless you all. I don't know or recognize any of you.  But I am sure I know people who would say Oh this is so and so. That's not important for me to know your names. I am just happy to see fellow countrymen/women in good humane company.  Best to you all!!!
    Student of Mere Louise 1977.

  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    8 years 7 months ago
    Classse de Onzieme St Louis de Gonzague (2)
    Comme promis pour ta collection, je t'envoie la photo de la Classe de Onzième à Saint Louis de Gonzague 1951/1952 . Marcel Neptune faisait partie de l'équipe, il est à la dernière rangée , le premier à partir de la droite. Je suis aussi à la dernière rangée , le quatrième à partir de la gauche. J'ai pu reconnaître un grand nombre .
    • justathought (Private)
      8 years 3 months ago
      Disquieting! To say the least. I knew, growing up in Haiti, that it was one messed-up country. These photographic artifacts bring into sharp relief the social issues Haiti's had to grapple with since its birth. American society, as dynamic as it is, has yet to fully metabolize the toxic effects of its Jim Crow legacy. Now how can one expect feeble Haiti to ever recover mentally from the dysfunctions captured in snapshots like these?
  • carl (Private)
    8 years 10 months ago
    Classe, 1975
    salut,dans tt qui est BERTRAND BUTEAU j'peu pas lui localise.Je demandes parceque moi aussi je suis un BUTEAU...
    • buteau carl (Private)
      8 years 10 months ago
      ow peut etre c'est le monsieur qui porte la chemise bleu! parce quil ressamble a ma famille.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    9 years 10 months ago
    sa ou ap di com ça?... It looks like a fun event. Glad to see you
  • 10 years 4 months ago
    Je suis heureux de voir Roland Pierre.
  • Frankie Morone (Private)
    11 years ago
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    Qui l' eut dit Manny. It was your idea to put those school pictures on " Pikliz ". And from what I am seeing everyone loves the idea. People log on to " Pikliz " then click on "school pictures" just to see pictures of their old comrades. It is so refreshing and brings back lots of memories. We reminisce about our youth. It was a great time. (La dolce vita). Sometimes we remember the face not the name or vice versa, the teachers, the "directeurs" or even how we (as kids) liked or disliked them etc. etc....It was the good old time. We laughed, teased even fought. ( I remember some of those fist fights after class. ha ha ha. Who doesn't ?). The soccer or volley ball games, competition among schools, Sunday mass, etc.... The list is endless.
    This class reunion I am sure was a succes. We can tell by looking at the pictures and hopefully other schools will follow. I certainly hope that someone will add some names. After 27 years the physiognomies change unfortunately. The best to this promotion. Remember " PIKLZ" is the link. Bravo.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    11 years ago
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    I would like to congratulate the 1975 promotion for this beautiful initiative to organize a class reunion. All schools should follow. It would be a good idea to share the class pictures to pikliz.com who is doing a very good job for the Haitian community in Haiti or abroad. You can contact the crew of pikliz at or Francois Adrien @ 786-426-4688 which number is at the bottom of every single page on the website. Once Again congratulations!
  • chantal (Private)
    11 years ago
    TI MAX, mwen kontan wè foto ou