An Easter Message of Thanks

As the McCaskey Alumni Association receives many dues payments and extra gifts from renewing members, we wish to express our immense gratitude to the McCaskey family. We find ourselves in a most trying chapter of human history—globally, nationally, and in our own beloved corner of the earth. On April 9, Governor Tom Wolf announced the cancellation of Pennsylvania schools for the remainder of the academic … Continue reading An Easter Message of Thanks

Defying the Rainclouds

A Tribute to the McCaskey High School Class of 2009 on Their 10th Anniversary On the evening of Thursday, June 6, 2019, the Class of 1969 celebrated their 50th Anniversary and processed into the McCaskey Graduation Ceremony to a standing ovation from the Class of 2019. It’s a long held tradition. In fact, when the Class of 1969 graduated on the McCaskey stage, members of … Continue reading Defying the Rainclouds

A fitting and final salute for a WWII Vet

By Jeff Forster ’66 Special to LNP 11/11/2018 My father-in-law, Robert Miller, served as a reconnaissance photographer in the U.S. Army Air Force in World War II. He was stationed in England, the launch site for countless missions that helped map the crucial D-Day invasion of Normandy in 1944. Like many veterans of any conflict, he never talked much about the war. He immersed himself … Continue reading A fitting and final salute for a WWII Vet

The Simple Story of the Clock

By Jack Neal Near the end of the school year in 1996, the Alumni Center received notice that there would be a year-long renovation of J.P. McCaskey High School beginning when school let out for the summer.  All McCaskey students and staff would spend the next school year at McCaskey East High School or a satellite site. Sherma Woolstenhulme, then Alumni Director, and my fellow … Continue reading The Simple Story of the Clock

J.P.’s Holiday Spirit

On September 1, John Piersol McCaskey’s great-granddaughter Kay McCaskey Adelman visited McCaskey High School bearing an important family heirloom: the Loving Cup, which belonged to J.P. himself. “Loving Cup” is not a term we often hear in the 21st Century. It refers to a large decorative chalice with two or three handles that is used for communal drinking or given as a meaningful keepsake. In … Continue reading J.P.’s Holiday Spirit