Fayette County

September 8, 2013 9:40 PM

Uncommonwealth: Classmates in 1953, group has monthly meetings with its first-grade teacher

The picture, in black and white, shows a first-grade class in 1953: 28 children, one teacher. Most are beaming. Fast forward 60 years. Some members of Opal Lee Reynolds' 1952-53 first grade class at the long-defunct University School still gather for lunch once a month and Mrs. Reynolds, now 90, still remembers them as tiny children.

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