Thank you to Mary and to all who made the reunion possible! What a joy to see so many whom I have not seen in far too long and to reconnect with those I could. Not enough time!! How proud I am to be part of such an accomplished, beautiful group of women. Thanks again and again and again!
It was a terrific reunion. Thanks to those who did the planning! I loved seeing several of my closest friends from high school, and meeting many others I didn't know. I felt chastened that I stayed in one circle of friends because now I see that there were many interesting and talented girls outside that circle. It's so true that wisdom often comes too late for us! Thankfully, we have reunions to reconnect and make new friends. Erica Dahl Jacobs
Carly1May 3, 2015 at 5:28 AMThe reunion was joyful. The committee did a wonderful job and it was like "comfort food". I believe we all felt 16 again! Left with s sense of Peace but felt lonely the next day. Carlena Saunders
I had a great time, and a lot of laughs! Thanks so much to the planners.
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