Weekend Package $80 PP * Friday Icebreaker Only $33 PP * Saturday Banquet Only $55 PP
We hope you will join us for this milestone weekend!
50 years... really hard to believe isn't it? I don't know about you all; but my mind thinks I'm 29, and my body tells me differently!
I do know that the friendships I made 50 years ago endure, and that classmates I have come to know at past reunions are some of my best friends.
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We are working on optional events for Saturday afternoon, and will post them as soon they materialize. We have a few surprises up our sleeves!
3/1/2019 We Did It!
Thanks to your generous contributions our class is fully funded for life! We have successfully funded our class through our 50th year following graduation. From now on, Classreport.org pic
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11/7/2018 Class News
I am absolutely heartbroken to post the announcement that our classmate Dave Bauer passed away on October 26th. Many of you have already heard the news, and I apologize for it taking me so l
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10/22/2014 Mark Benton
It breaks my heart to tell you that our classmate and friend Mark Benton passed away on October 11, 2014
Our thoughts and prayers are with Kathy and their children, Neal and Candy.
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A half-century--can it really be? I never imagined this day would come. When you’re 18 years old you don’t think about
50 years into the future. I believe we still qualify as middle-aged, but just barely!
Our 20th is the only “official” class reunion I’ve attended. Last July I had fun at a mini-reunion hosted by Dave Bauer. Rest in Peace, Dave.
After graduation I went to CC for a semester off and on (mostly off.) At that time I wasn’t interested in broadening my education or horizons, and dropped out. I continued to work part time at Albertson’s, a job I’d had for several years, and bummed around wondering what to do with myself. I got married for the first time and took a job at Hilltop Bank, where I worked for 2 years, left when my daughter, Amber, was born. I divorced and returned to the bank where I worked for another 2 years. I then accepted a position at a stock brokerage firm, a career that lasted 17 years. Was a registered broker when I retired from the lightning paced, stressful world of the “Bears” and “Bulls”, and was relieved to leave them behind.
From the time I can remember, I’ve had a special place in my heart for senior citizens and young children, and did an about-face from working with stocks & bonds when I decided I wanted to work with these populations. Earned a BS in Social Work from UW/CC and took a job as case manager at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Wyoming. Matching the “Bigs” with the “Littles” was gratifying; I hope I made a difference. 2 years later I lost the job when the Casper office went broke and closed. I married Bud and inherited my stepson, Charlie. Took a position at NCSD as librarian at an elementary school for 8 years where I taught library skills and shared my love of reading with the little ones.
After a 25 year career with the Federal Government, Bud retired five years ago. He was born & raised in a farming community in SD, and farming is his main interest and hobby. He’s always looking to buy and sell farm equipment. We travel some, and share as much time as we can with our families, especially our kids. We have no grandchildren but do have a tabby cat, Kitty, who is a daily light in my life.
Charlie owns a mechanic business and Amber lives in Texas, working as a physical therapist. She lived and worked in UT for 3 years, until her apartment burned down last fall; she lost all of her possessions. Words cannot express my relief and gratitude that she escaped, and later in the day her 2 cats were rescued. I thank God every day. After this most traumatic experience she decided she needed a total change of scenery to begin her life anew. For a variety of reasons she chose Texas, and her employer transferred her to one of their offices down there.
I enjoy needlework (cross stitch) and reading; keeping an art journal; taking OLLI classes at UW every semester; fun get-togethers with friends.
I work as a volunteer at our local Senior Center, going on 6 years. I write memoirs, it’s amazing the things you remember when you begin this process! My sisters and I are researching our genealogy and, through Ancestry, we’ve gone back to 1700’s on both maternal and paternal sides. I also belong to the Writing Club at NC Library.
Am trying to dig out and get rid of dusty, decades-old stuff in my house. Have been a die-hard addict of Game of Thrones since its inception, 8 years ago, and am bummed this is the last season! Who will take the Iron Throne?
I’m looking forward to catching up with you next month! In the meantime, have fun and be safe.
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