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URGENT UPDATE — A MESSAGE FROM FRANK STODDARD ABOUT REUNION

Submitted by Frank Stoddard (ACS)

Frank got back to me with the Reunion information. The most urgent information is that *Group Discounted Room Rate* will END on April 30th. After that you’ll have to pay the resorts normal rack rates. So MAKE YOUR RESERVATION NOW BEFORE THE GROUP DISCOUNT EXPIRES!!!!

REUNION INFORMATION AND […]

INVITATION FROM SAIGON KIDS™ RICHARD AND JOHN TURNER TO CONTRIBUTE TO SAIGON PHOTO PROJECT

Submitted by Richard and John Turner (ACS)

Hello Saigon Kids™

My brother Richard and I are assembling a book of photographs taken by the Vietnamese photographers who worked for Star Photo, Provence Photo and the other photo kiosks located on Nguyen Hue (Charner Boulevard) sometimes known as Flower Street. We are interested in images […]

9th ANNIVERSARY MESSAGE FROM BOB

by Admin

Hello Saigon Kids™ …

Today is the 9 year anniversary of the launching of this website. WOW! Where did the time go. It seems like just a few months ago that I clicked my mouse publishing the site live on the internet.

I hope all you Saigon Kids™ have enjoyed the site […]

Saigon Life 1955 – 1965: A Day In The Life …

by Admin and Richard Turner, Contributing Editor © SaigonKidsAmericanCommunitySchool.Com

A Day in the Life: Saigon 1955 – 1965

The Saigon Kids American Community School website is assembling an archive of stories by people who lived in Saigon between 1955 and 1965.

This is your story.

We need your help.

The structure for the […]

Saigon Life 1955 -1965: A Day In The Life … Saigon Arrival

by Admin and Contributing Editors Richard Turner and Kevin Wells © SaigonKidsAmericanCommunitySchool.Com

Below are Saigon Kids™ stories about our Saigon Arrival – when and how we arrived in Saigon and our initial impressions and experiences.

Bob Layson (1959-61) How Did Mrs. Yamaguchi Know?!

After landing the plane taxied to the arrival gate. […]