Tuesday, August 19, 2014

50th Reunion

The 50th Reunion Committee invites you to save the date of April 25, 2015. We are planning activities for the whole weekend from a Friday visit to the school to a festive brunch on Sunday, April 26. The main event will be the luncheon on April 25 at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in downtown Philadelphia. For information contact Mary Cogan Frankel at: mcfrankel(at)comcast(dot)net

It's hard to believe that 50 years have passed since the members of the 209 graduated from Girls High! We'll try to keep this page up-to-date with reunion news, and will post copies of all the emails that go out, to make sure no one misses any important information. Please share your thoughts, memories, comments or questions here. And, if there is something you think should be on this page, please let us know.

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