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Now's the Time to Register for our 50th Reunion!
The snow is gone, the trees are in bloom, and the grounds crews are putting the finishing touches on the Yard. Now is the time to register for our 50th Reunion. This is the BIG party, don't miss it. Over three hundred and seventy classmates have already registered. We are expecting to have close to 500 classmates in attendance.
If you want housing in the Harvard houses, you must register by May 15th.
Do you have a vague memory of something interesting in one of the Reunion emails? Most of them have Web versions, which you can access online.
We will be having a golf outing on Monday, May 25 at the Robert T. Lynch Municipal Golf Course, Putterham Meadows, Brookline. Free transportation will be provided to and from the golf course. We will leave Quincy House at 6:45 AM and return to Memorial Hall at 1:00 PM in time for our symposium. Tee-off time is 7:30 AM. The outing will feature a very informal and friendly competition with the emphasis on fun. Rental clubs are available. The cost is $63.00 per person including a cart. Walkers are $42.00, club rentals $30.00 and pull-cart rental $8.00.
As of now the participants are: Anthony Barash and friend Teri Hanson, Dina Rome Spechlar and her husband Martin, James Campen (former Captain of the Harvard golf team), John Harmon, Kent and Charlotte Brittan, Patricia Jones Adams, Paul and Becky Hilstad, Pit Marshall, Stanley Yastrzemski, David Mersky and Gene Skowronski. We hope others will join in!
We think this will be a fun event and a great way to start off the reunion with a chance for some fresh air, exercise and the enjoyment of a late spring day in New England. If you would like to participate, please contact Gene Skowronski at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at 203-734-3315 (w) or 203-305-5754 (cell) or 203-734-3671 (home).
Other Things To Do
This promises to be an outstanding reunion. Many, many people have worked hard to bring all these events together. We hope to see you there.
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