Included was a photo album whose flowery front cover bears the title "1981 C-71 Reunion" hand-written in black marker ink. Pasted on the obverse of that front cover is a typed, black-bordered notice, evidentally placed there circa 1981, reading "Photos by Errol D. Toulon, P.O. Box 52, Bronx, New York, 10451."
Typed material about the Correction Olympics Committee's 2nd Annual C-71 Reunion fills the album's first 5 pages. All the texts from those 5 pages are replicated in this web presentation. The text from the album's Page 4 appears below the horizontal orange divider bar.
No photos appear on the first 5 pages. Color photos -- 3.5 x 5 inches each, arranged four on a page, all uncaptioned -- do occupy album Pages 6 through 40. Some of those 140 reunion photos were scanned by the webmaster and the scanned images have been interspersed -- for web design purposes -- among the texts replicated. These images have been numbered so that viewers wishing to offer additional information about one or more of them can refer to the individual photos by their respective ID numbers. Email us at email@example.com
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1981 C-71 Reunion Photo #15. Clickable.
(c) To promote law enforceEent professionalism and fraternalism through athletics.
(d) To attempt the promotion of Correction Community relations through an active youth program whenever feasible.
On behalf of the members of the NYC Correction Olympic Committee, in which we take great pride, it is a distinct honor to extend a warm welcome to all of the former members of C-71, as well as their family and friends.
Over the years, the Correction Olympics has been instrumental in fostering the development of a genuine spirit of friendship and competition which in itself is helpful to the law enforcement community.
1981 C-71 Reunion Photo #16. Clickable.
During the course of the year we will give a benefit, or two, in order to raise funds for the 1982 Olympic participants. Please assist us in carrying on the positive good, deeds of Correctional growth originally implemented by your own heroic efforts.