|We were all good friends during our teenage years. We gathered last year for Kenneth Clay's funeral in our hometown, New York City. It was the first time many of us had seen each other in 30 years or more.|
We will get to spend a little more time together in Charleston SC, this weekend, at our mini reunion.
We expect nine of us to be there, ten if you count Kenny whose spirit will surely be with us. I am looking forward to hearing about the paths each of the guys have traveled since we left high school and went our separate ways.
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