The Reunion Committee
In 1998 we entered cyberspace, developing this web site. Our goal for this web site is to enable those of us remaining to establish and maintain a dialogue and to foster new contacts with missing alumni.
Including the 1980 reunion , your REUNION COMMITTEE has successfully produced seven reunions since our 1960 graduation. We kept the tradition alive with our 2010 Golden Anniversary Reunion earlier in April 2010.
If you are connected to the World Wide Web, either through your office, your home or indirectly through relatives or friends, we encourage your immediate reply to us.
Please read the different pages of attached lists. Then E-MAIL US AT OUR WEB SITE with your current contact as well as your comments and suggestions.
This web site is an ongoing project and we encourage your participation. As we get updates and things change we will periodically revise the enclosed data.
Please be advised that we will only use your information to increase the class participation in future reunion activities. If you do not want us to include your name in any future intra-class mailings just mark your contact sheet as “Do Not Give Out This Contact” and we will honor your wishes. If you do not wish to participate in any future mailings, discussions or party, just mark your contact sheet “Leave Me Alone” and we will make a note of your wishes for our files.
Over the years this committee has devoted hundreds of hours and spent scores of our own dollars to maintain this database. We very much care about you and want to know how you are and what is happening in your life. We have found many of our “lost” alumni with this web site. If you have lost contact with us, by accident or by design, we hope you will take a few moments to, at least let us know you are alive, and hopefully, well. There are many more people from our class that want to hear from you than you may imagine. Whatever your feelings about your fellow alumni, we want and need to hear from you.