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Lodi High School Class of 1968 graduates take trip to Italy

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Posted: Friday, December 20, 2013 8:12 am

Three graduates of Lodi High School Class of 1968 — Patti Sunbury Sarkany, Celeste Mello Bordner and Cathy Consamagna Booth — reunited for their third excursion, a nine-day trip to Rome and Assisi, Italy.

Highlights of the trip: Attending a Papal Audience in Vatican Square, witnessing a Deaconate Ordination in St. Peter’s Basilica, vieiwing the Sistine Chapel, making a wish at the Trevi Fountain, touring the Colesseum and the ancient Catacombs, and then journeying to the magical town of Assisi. We enjoyed lots of good food an beautiful weather.

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