Class of 1995 reunion

Class of 1995 reunion

Malad high school class of 1995 15 year reunion, part 1

Our Committee and the College have put together a fantastic curriculum with a variety of choices. There will be outdoor games, provocative tables, foreign cuisine, evening entertainment, and a lot of fun. Our goal from the beginning has been to make the event as inclusive as possible so that as many ’95s as possible can participate. Encourage your friends and classmates who you haven’t seen in a long time to attend Reunion.
Until hearing from Trustee Erica Ruliffson Shultz ’95, bring your hats and sunglasses for a summer picnic lunch catered by Foster’s. Following Erica’s remarks, we’ll have a question and answer session. The kids programming will include lunch for children aged 6 to 18.
Visit is self-guided. Beginning at 1 p.m., 150 free tickets will be distributed in numbered groups of ten. From 2–4:30 p.m., groups will take the tour in order of their group number. Each tour will take about 10 minutes to climb, enjoy the stunning views, and return. Each individual must be able to climb a ladder and many steep steps on their own.

Jchs class of 1995 reunion

Even though we are separated by a great distance, we can still rejoice together! Learn about your class’s gathering, gift, and ways to keep in touch with your classmates. Keep an eye out for registration and bookmark this page to stay up to date!
Reunion events will be conducted virtually in the spring of 2021, in collaboration with University leadership. We are unable to postpone the 2020 or 2021 Reunions due to the nature and difficulty of hosting Reunions, as well as the uncertainty surrounding the fall and future months. For more details, please see the FAQs.
We realize that hearing this news would be disturbing to those who are looking forward to returning to campus this spring. However, we’re looking forward to putting together a virtual reunion celebration, and we hope you’ll join us. Although we might not be in the same room, the Jumbo group is still alive and well.

College of the holy cross -class of 1995 – 25 years of

The President’s Leadership Team (PLT) has taken the challenging yet wise decision to postpone Reunion 2020 while the College continues to change plans based on the current course of the pandemic. This, of course, coincides with the President’s announcement that Commencement will be rescheduled. Classes celebrating their Reunion in 2020 are invited to join those celebrating their Reunion in 2021 for what promises to be a fantastic celebration on June 10-13, 2021.
This decision has been communicated to the Alumni Council and your respective Reunion Committees. As preparations for the GRAND Reunion in 2021 develop, the Reunion Committees and Alumni Relations staff will continue to meet with you and exchange details. If not earlier, we expect to welcome you HOME between June 10 and 13, 2021. In the meantime, take care of yourself and stay alive.

Ahs class of 1995 – reunion slideshow

While all students from the classes of 2010, 1995, and 1970 are welcome to attend the reunion, there will be two chances to socialize with classmates: Thursday, Oct 22 following Dean Cohen’s remarks at 6:30 p.m. EDT and Saturday, Oct 24 following the Class of 1970 50th Reunion Medallion Ceremony at 11:40 a.m. EDT.

Timpview class of 1995 reunion

Registration is now available for such gatherings, as well as the rest of the week’s activities.
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