Welcome Farmington Friends!

We are wired for connections,  and the Farmington ties are especially gratifying and dare I say, comforting. For several years, Scorpio Tales was published and mailed across the United States and into Australia.

The cost of printing and mailing has increased substantially since the first newsletter was published by 1956 classmate Ginger Jones Fountain.

Perhaps it is time to tiptoe into the Internet Age with the newsletter. Electronic mail has somewhat replaced written mail (I do love to receive a Real Letter, though and treasure those I have).

It will take awhile to get this up and running. I am a novice at publishing a newsletter on the internet but can always ask a young grandchild for help!

Most everyone has e-mail these days and access to a computer (I-Pad, Reader, Smart Phone  – you name it – I am amazed at the changes that have come about in my lifetime).

This WordPress site is free until it reaches however-many-megabytes – and when that occurs, I will just format Scorpio Tales #2 rather than pay a fee.

Do send me news and photos for inclusion in the newsletter. I will send out a postal mailing to everyone on the Print Mailing List to see who would like to view the newsletter online.

If you are interested in viewing ScorpioTalesFriends online,

contact me and I will add you to the Membership List.

You may be asked to select a User Name
and Password –
that is generally the process
with Private Blogs.

át tééh (pronounced “yataHEY)

Postscript: when you send me your e-mail address, please also send the year of your graduation from FHS.  Gals – include your maiden name.

All comments, stories, photos most welcome!


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