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FC: 90 years of Greatness

1: March 11, 2011 Dedicated to Kenneth Germain How do you describe the impact that one person has had on so many lives? Throughout your 90 years of life you have given of yourself and served others, always putting your family first. The teaching you have provided to others, whether through parenting, scouting, sports or other activities, has always demonstrated calmness and wisdom for us to follow. As a son, brother, husband, father, grand-father, and great grand-father you have given love, direction, patience, and leadership that has helped four generations forge strong family values that will be carried on in generations to come. Today we celebrate your accomplishments, your wisdom, your caring, and your 90 years of love, humor, story telling, and leadership. With love and appreciation, David and Sharon, Michael and Marla, Katie, Kyle and Kelly Michael and Judie, Jeff and Kami, Hudsyn and Brady, Jen

2: 1920 Edna Mae Eggert-Germain

3: Top Stories Woman were finally allowed to legally vote Prohibition Comes Into Effect When the 18th Amendment is passed The US Postal Service Puts more Airmail Services Into Effect US Population Is Estimated at 107,823,000 New York Yankees Buy Babe Ruth Small pox becomes a major problem worldwide | Prices Austin 20 Touring Coupe $850 Packard Single 6 $2, 975 Grafanola Wind Up Gramaphone $85 Bacon 1lb. 52 cents Bread 1lb. 12 cents Butter 1lb. 70 cents Eggs 1dzn 47 cents | Technology The Ford Model T was continuing to sell well in the US The first commercial radio station in the United States, 8MK (WWJ), begins operations in Detroit, Michigan and the first radios start to appear for sale in shops in the US Hair Dryer Invented in Germany The Tea Bag Invented By Joseph Krieger Parachute Invented in USA by Karl O.K. Osterday | U.S. President was Woodrow Wilson | The Summer Olympics were held in Antwerp, Belgium | Edna shares this year with Arthur Hailey, Isaac Asimov, Walter Matthau, and P D James

4: 1921 Kenneth William Germain

5: Prices Buick Touring Car Model D $650 Cadillac Victoria $4.540 English Walker shoes $2.65 Gas Range $85 Mahogany Queen Ann Table $145 5lbs Sugar 95 cents 5lbs Flour 41cents | U.S President was Woodrow Wilson till March 4th Warren G. Harding From March 4th | Ken shares his year with Nancy Reagan, John Glenn, Charles Borson and Dirk Bogarde | Technology More and more tests and advancements are being made that will later provide the basis for television technology that will be used in millions of homes With the changing needs of the airline industry and the future Boeing obtains orders for aircraft and abandons furniture-making Albert Einstein receives the Nobel Prize in Physics | Top Stories Franklin D. Roosevelt at 39 years old contracts Polio Ellis Island under quarantine on May 18th due to Typhus Outbreak The Emergency Quota Act limits the number of immigrants admitted into the US Tomb of the Unknowns is dedicated in Arlington National Cemetery Iowa becomes the first state to impose a cigarette tax on April 11th Chicago White Sox Baseball team accused of throwing the World Series

6: 1934 Rita Serena Germain

7: Top Stories Near their hide-out in Black Lake, Louisiana, FBI men ambush bank robbers Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow and fire, killing them. Congress pass the Jones-Connally Farm-Relief Act to help Struggling Farmers Securities Exchange Act passed establishing Securities Exchange Commission Inner City Slum Clearance begin in New York and other major US Cities Alcatraz federal penitentiary known as "The Rock" opens The First Ever general strike happens in the US | Technology The Sikorsky S-42 was the first real transoceanic flying boat and had it's maiden flight The Flying Scotsman becomes the first steam locomotive to be officially recorded at 100 mph. The Luxury Liner Queen Mary is launched in Scotland | Donald Duck appears for the first time in "The Wise Little Hen" | Prices Average cost of new house $5,970 Gallon of Gas 10 cents Average cost for house rent $20 per month Toilet tissue 5 cents a roll Hamburger meat 12 cents Hudson Straight 8 $695 Men's Shirt $2.50 Campbell's Tomato soup 4 cans for 25 cents | Average wages per year $1,600.00 | US President was Franklin D. Roosevelt | Unemployment decreased to 22% during the Great Depression

8: 1947 David Kenneth Germain

9: Technology First "instant camera" Saab produces its first automobile Goodrich Manufacturers first Tubeless Tire The Transistor is invented Walter Morrison invents the Frisbee The Sound Barrier Broken | Prices Average Cost of new house $6,600 Average wages per year $2,850 Gallon of Gas 15 cents Average Cost of a new car $1,300 Loaf of Bread 13 cents United States Postage Stamp 3 cents Automatic Washing Machine $249 Bulova Men's Watch $52.50 | Mobile Phone and Hologram was invented | US President was Harry S. Truman | Top Stories CIA established UFO allegedly found on July 7th in the Roswell Polaroid land camera demonstrated giving photos in 60 seconds Jackie Robinson took to the field for the Brooklyn Dodgers becoming the first Negro to play in Major league baseball. The start of the Cold War which endured over four decades, from circa 1947 until the decline and eventual collapse of East European and Soviet state communism in the late 1980s. | The Diary of Anne Frank is published | Miracle on 34th Street, Road to Rio , and The Jolson Story were popular films

10: Sharon Ann Chalachan- Germain | 1951 | Top Stories President Harry S Truman fires General Douglas MacArthur as commander of United Nations Forces 22nd Amendment is ratified which limits US presidential term of office to 8 yrs ( 2 terms ) First nuclear bomb tests at Nevada test site The Great Flood of 1951 in Midwest United States The term Rock N Roll is coined by Cleveland Disc Jockey Alan Freed | The Dennis the Menace comic strip appears in newspapers across the U.S. for the first time | Technology First oral contraceptive (the Pill) invented by Luis E. Miramontes Direct dial coast-to-coast telephone service begins in the United States. First Color Television Pictures broadcast from Empire State Building | Yearly Inflation Rate 7.88%

11: Michael Douglas Goe | Judith Ann Germain- Goe | Prices Average Cost of new house $9.000 Average wages per year $3,510 Gallon of Gas 19 cents Average Cost of a new car $1,500 Loaf of Bread 16 cents Bacon per LB 52 cents Eggs per dozen 24 cents Baby Diapers ( Cotton ) $2.79 Children's Tricycle From $14 | US President was Harry S. Truman | Oldsmobile Holiday Hardtop $2,558 | Popular Films and TV Shows An American in Paris The African Queen A Streetcar Named Desire The Day the Earth Stood Still I Love Lucy What's My Line?

12: Michael David Germain | Marla Jean Montelongo-Germain | 1973 | Prices Cost of new house $32,500 Average Income per year $12,900 Average Monthly Rent $175 Gallon of Gas 40 cents AMC Javelin car $2,900 A Dozen Eggs 45 cents | Yearly Inflation Rate 6.16%

13: Top Stories Oil Pipeline bill is passed to allow construction of a pipeline to access oil from the North Slope of Alaska Roe v. Wade makes abortion a US constitutional right Chrysler and other US car makers close a number of plants affecting 100,000 workers World Trade Center in New York becomes the tallest building in the world The wide ranging Endangered Species Act of 1973 is signed into law to "protect species and the ecosystems upon which they depend." | Technology Skylab, the United States' first space station, is launched Concorde cuts flying time across the Atlantic in half flying at average speed of 954 mph The Sears Tower opens in Chicago | Inventions Genetic Engineering Barcode Optical Fiber Space Station USA Skylab | Mike and Marla share this year with Tyra Banks, Monica Lewinsky, and Kate Beckinsale | US President was Richard Nixon

14: 1977 Kami Christa Demers-Goe

15: Prices Cost of new house $49,300 Average Monthly Rent $240 Gallon of Gas 65 cents Bikini $9 BMW 320i $7990 25" Color TV $599 CB Radio $147 Micro-wave Oven $169 | Top Stories President Carter grants pardon to American Draft dodgers of the Vietnam War Period Jimmy Carter President of United States warns that Americans need to make profound changes in their Oil Consumption The Medal of Freedom was awarded to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. The New York City Blackout lasts for 25 hours and results in looting and disorder. World Trade Center in New York, is completed The Trans Alaskan Oil Pipeline opens | Average Income per year $15,000.00 | Technology The first Apple II computers went on sale NAVSTAR Global Positioning System GPS The first commercial flight Concord London to New York The first MRI Scanner is tested in Brooklyn NASA space shuttle makes its first test flight off the back of a jetliner Voyager I and Voyager II are launched unmanned to explore the outer solar system | King " Elvis Presley" Dies at the age of 42 from a heart attack | US Population reaches 216 million | US President was Gerald Ford Till January 20, Then US President was Jimmy Carter From January 20 | Kami shares this year with Orlando Bloom, Shakira, and Sarah Michelle Gellar. | Yearly Inflation Rate 6.5%

16: 1978 Jeffrey Michael Goe

17: Prices Average Cost of new house $54,800 Average Income per year $17,000 Average Monthly Rent $260 Gallon of Gas 63 cents 1LB of Bacon $1.20 Dozen Eggs 48 Cents 8 Track Record PLayer $169 Puma Athletic Shoes $12.95 | Top Stories Camp David Peace Treaty Egypt makes peace with Israel US Teachers strike extend summer holidays for thousands of students The US Dollar plunges to record low against many European currencies The Japanese car Imports account for half the US import market following the energy crisis and increase in fuel prices that fuels demand for economy cars The US stops production of the Neutron Bomb The first Susan B. Anthony Dollar is minted on December 13th Three American balloonists make the first crossing of the Atlantic by hot air balloon in Double Eagle II | Technology Illinois Bell Company introduces first ever Cellular Mobile Phone System Space Invaders Launches Craze for Computer Video Games 98% of all American homes have a television First Test Tube Baby is born in England from in vitro fertilization | Jeff shares this year with Ashton Kutcher,Kobe Bryant and Josh Hartnett | US President was Jimmy Carter | Popular Films Grease Saturday Night Fever National Lampoon's Animal House Jaws 2 Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope | Yearly Inflation Rate 7.62%

18: 1982 Jennifer Michelle Goe

19: Top Stories The First Issue of USA Today is published Disney Futuristic Park EPCOT is opened Around 700,000 demonstrators gathered in New York City's Central Park protesting the proliferation of nuclear weapons. Doctors performed the first implant of a permanent artificial heart Severe recession begins in the United States The world's largest oil rig sinks in the north Atlantic The Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington DC is dedicated | Prices Average Cost of new house $82,200 Average Monthly Rent $320 Gallon of Gas 91 cents New Car Average price $7,983 US Postage Stamp 20 cents Satellite Receiver $245.95 GMC 1500 Pickup $5,400 Brass Finish Ceiling Fan $199 | Technology First CD player sold in Japan The Weather Channel airs on cable television for the first time. The Soviet Spaceship Vanera 13 lands on Venus and sends back color Photographs The First Commercial use of Genetic Engineering is Launched when human insulin produced by bacteria is marketed Times man of The Year is THE COMPUTER | United States President Ronald Reagan | Scott Fahlman first suggested the use of Smiley or emotion as a way of expressing emotion in an email :-) | Yearly Inflation Rate 6.16 % | Michael Jackson releases his second adult solo album, Thriller. Graceland, the home of Elvis Presley, opens to the public

20: 2002 Katherine Jean Germain

21: Prices Average Cost of new house $228,700 Median Income $42,409 Gallon of Gas $1.61 | Top Stories Kmart Corp becomes the largest retailer in American history to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Two Snipers in Washington DC area kill 10 people and injure 3 more spreading panic and fear WorldCom files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the largest such filing in US history United Airlines files for bankruptcy protection Andrew Fastow former chief financial officer for Enron Corp is indicted on 78 counts of wire fraud, money laundering, conspiracy and obstruction of justice. George Bush creates the Department of Homeland Security to fight threats of terrorism | Technology The Mars Odyssey finds signs of huge water ice deposits on the planet Mars A Huge 660 pound meteorite plunges into earths atmosphere and explodes in a fireball over southern Bavaria | US President was George W. Bush | Kelly Clarkson Wins First American Idol Contest | Popular Films The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Spider-Man Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones Ice Age Gangs of New York | The Winter Olympic are held in Salt Lake City, Utah | Estimated 40 million people now infected with Aids / HIV virus worldwide.

22: 2004 Hudsyn Rolande Goe

23: Prices Average Cost of new house $274,500 Average Median Income $45,817 Gallon of Gas $2.10 | Top Stories The 60th anniversary of D-Day is remembered by world leaders The Statue of Liberty is reopened to the public President George Bush beats Democratic challenger John Kerry to gain a second term of office Oil Peaks at just over $50.00 a barrel then retreats back to below $50.00 Martha Stewart is convicted of a felony and sentenced to five months in prison Environmental protection laws dropped to allow increased logging in US National Forests First Same Sex Marriage Performed in Massachusetts | Technology The Computer Worm My Doom is considered to be the fastest worm ever to infect the internet Software giants Oracle Corporation and PeopleSoft merge The Google initial public offering ( IPO ) raises US$1.67 billion Taipei 101, the tallest skyscraper in the world opens, standing at a height of 1,676 feet. The National World War II Memorial opens to the public in Washington D.C. | The strongest earthquake in 40 years originates from the Indian Ocean close to Indonesia, measuring 9.3 creating tsunami waves that sweep across the coastlines of Sri Lanka, India, Bangladesh, the Maldives, Burma, Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia. killing 290,000 people | The Summer Olympics are held in Athens Greece | US President was George W. Bush

24: 2005 Kyle Michael Germain

25: Prices Average Cost of new house $297,000 Average Median Income $46,326 Gallon of Gas $3.18 | Top Stories Hurricane Katrina strikes the Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama coastal areas. Levees separated flooding roughly 80% of the city of New Orleans and 1600 perished Oil prices rise sharply throughout the year caused by Trouble in the Middle East, and later Hurricane Katrina George W. Bush starts his second term as 43rd President of the United States New York City's Transport Workers Union goes on strike for three days, shutting down all New York City Subway and Bus services President George W. Bush signed the "New Bankruptcy Law" making it harder for those with large debts to wipe clean their financial slates | The Disneyland Resort celebrates it 50th birthday | US President was George W. Bush | Technology The Superjumbo jet aircraft Airbus A380 makes its first flight from Toulouse Microsoft releases the Xbox 360 gaming console in North America | Popular Films Madagascar Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Walk the Line Batman Begins Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Star Wars Episode III The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

26: 2006 | Kelly Jean Germain | Brady Osis Goe

27: Top Stories Twelve coal miners die in the Sago Mine Disaster near Buckhannon, West Virginia Zacarias Moussaoui convicted of conspiring to kill Americans as part of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks President Bush acknowledged secret CIA prisons around the world outside of US legal jurisdiction President Bush asks Congress to pass the Military Commission Act to re-define U.S. obligations under Common Article 3 of the Geneva Convention Two major E-Coli breakouts affect 500 people caused by fresh spinach and lettuce | Technology The one billionth song is purchased from Apple iTunes Nintendo releases the Wii in North America for $249.99 Google purchases YouTube for $1.65 billion in stock Pluto is downgraded from a Planet to a dwarf planet by The International Astronomical Union | US President was George W. Bush | Popular Films The Pink Panther Nanny McPhee Ice Age: The Meltdown Garfield Over The Hedge Pirates of the Caribbean 2 Superman Returns | One day boycott of United States schools and businesses by One Million immigrants, both legal and illegal

28: Kennith and Edna Germain January 18, 1943 | John and Rita Wilmoth December 18, 1954 | Dave and Sharon Germain February 13, 1978

29: Mike and Judie Goe October 4, 1975 | Mike and Marla Germain June 21, 1997 | Jeff and Kami Goe August 3, 2002

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