May 31, 2009
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Hello again Alumni! The weather is heating up and people are starting to break out the sandals and shorts. That means reunion season is just around the corner, giving you a chance to reunite with old friends. Check the site today for information about your class reunion! If your class reunion is planned for this year, be sure to use our helpful reunion planning features on the site. Scroll down to read more and hopefully you have a great reunion this year!

Latest Alumni Registrants
Thomas Swan '72
Matt Shuster '99
Lynda Sayland '81
Richard Cocchi '99
Nancy Weaver '85
Karen Karslo '85
Christine Hyde '75
Beth Miller '79
Adrienne Jackson '91
Susan Nesbitt '78
chris parsons '71
Five ways the alumni site can help with your reunion
1) Accessible - The alumni site offers one easily accessed location which all your classmates can return to, to find the latest news, and stay in touch with one another. Post your reunion information on our website to spread the news more quickly and efficiently.
2) Mass e-mailing - This is the ultimate way to update everyone on what's happening. Within a few clicks you can broadcast the news to all the classmates. This is essential when planning a reunion!
3) Custom surveys - Create a reunion survey with multiple questions and find out more about what you're classmates would prefer for their reunion. This is done effortlessly through the site.
4) Reunion Payments - This feature can be very useful. It allows your reunion committee to accept reunion attendance fees from your classmates directly on the site through a Paypal payment button. Contact us through the support page to find out more about how this works.
5) RSVPs - When planning a reunion, you need to know exactly who will be attending. This can be easily managed through the site, where classmates can indicate whether or not they are attending.
Visit the alumni site to find out more >>
New items requested by alumni
Come check out the lastest additions to our merchandise store, such as various styles of shorts, beanies, hats, mugs, stadium seats and blankets. Here are a few examples:
See more items here >>
Recent Profiles Updated
Thomas Swan '72
Steve Davis '84
Matt Shuster '99
Lynda Sayland '81
Lew Gaw '75
Richard Cocchi '99
Nancy Weaver '85
Bill Reese '92
Christine Hyde '75
New Profile Photos
These are among some of the new photos which have been uploaded:

Beth Miller
Class of '79

Chuck Litterer
Class of '69

Dennis McCumber
Class of '69
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Johnny & Ran
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In Memory Of...
Michael A. Madison '82
Jeremy Kircher '95
Don Hetrick '66
Mary Ann Dowzicky '82
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Patricia Wiggins and Derek Pata
Eric & Jen Thorpe
Mark & Janine (Armstrong) Forrester
Christin Shriver and Tim Johnson
Read more
CJ M. Johnson
Robert James
Evan Vincent Fularz
Cassandra Lee Friel
Read more
Recent Forum Topics
"Going Out on a Limb" - posted by Kathy Eichlin, '76
"Going out on a Limb" - posted by Kathy Eichlin, '76
"Class of 1989-20 yr reunion?????" - posted by Karyn Kuhn, '89
Reunion Information
"reunion picnic - family style" - class of '83
"50th class reunion" - class of '59
"50th class reunion" - class of '59
Articles from Alumni
7 Essential Reunion Tips by Heather Wood
Schools out for Summer! by Scott Pratt
Would you like to submit an article? Click Here
New Class/Reunion Photos
Browse more photos >>
Map Locator
Members that marked their location on our map recently:
Nancy Weaver '85
Susan Nesbitt '78
Dennis McCumber '69
Nick Yancer Jr '73
Mark Krewson '75
Members that recently uploaded yearbooks to the site:
George Wright '68 (161 pages)
Peter Schmitt '70 (1 page)
View yearbooks here
Do you remember 1999?
- The world's population reaches six billion.
- The top-grossing film of 1999 was Star Wars: Episode I, which pulled in an incredible 431 billion dollars domestically.
- Lance Armstrong wins his first Tour de France, and he would go on to win it six more times before retiring in 2005.
- SpongeBob SquarePants airs for the first time.
- Woodstock 99 is held in upstate New York and 200,000 people attended.
- The Y2K problem which is expected to cause a computer glitch disaster on January 1, 2000 grows in popularity.
Do you remember 1989?
- The Exxon Valdez runs aground, resulting in 240,000 gallons of oil being spilt into Prince William Sound in Alaska.
- Rain Main starring Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman wins the 1989 Oscar for best picture.
- The Calgary Flames win the NHL's Stanley Cup for the first and only time.
- The TV shows Seinfield and The Simpsons premiere.
- The Sega Genesis is released in America.
- George H.W. Bush becomes the 41st president of the United States.
Do you remember 1979?
- The Pittsburgh Steelers defeat the Dallas Cowboys 35-31 in Super Bowl XIII.
- The space probe, Voyager 1, observes Jupiter's rings for the first time.
- Michael Jackson releases Off the Wall, and it sells seven million copies in the United States.
- ESPN debuts.
- Star Trek: The Motion Picture premiers in movie theatres.
Visit the site for a more detailed look at what's been going on.
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