Cubberley High School Class of ’74 is Holding a 40th Reunion
Original post made by RisaS, another community, on Mar 29, 2014
September 13 and 14, 2014 (Saturday and Sunday).
Please come join us for two events of fun to catch up with one another, reminisce, and just hang-out together.
We are having a dinner/dance (with music from our high school times) on Saturday evening at Michael's at Shoreline; and a family barbeque picnic on Sunday at Mitchell Park (significant others and family members are welcome to come, too). Classmate Tim Sandborn and his company, Palo Alto Catering, generously will be providing an incredible spread of food at the picnic.
Plan ahead to make sure you can attend the big events! We haven't had a reunion since the 20th and may not have another. This may be the last chance for us to all get together.
We (members of the reunion committee) are trying to get the word out to all of our classmates about the reunion events and encourage everyone to attend. Unfortunately, we do not have current contact information for everyone. If you know someone who may not have heard about the reunion, please tell them about it.
The more people that go, the more fun and exciting it will be. Your former classmates would really like to see you. Even if you didn't love high school (how many of us really did?), please come. We are part of the same tribe! Let's have a blast from the past.
To register to attend to the reunion, or if you didn't receive a hard copy registration packet in the US Mail and would like to request one, go to the Great Reunions website at: GreatReunions.com, navigate to the Cubberley Class of '74 page.
To get more details, you can either visit the 'Cubberley High School Class of 1974 Palo Alto' group on Facebook,
or contact Risa Swirsky (Proehl) at email@example.com.
Palo Alto: Pastis owner to open second French restaurant
By Elena Kadvany | 3 comments | 1,919 views
Marriage Interview 9: Make a Date to Have Sex Once or Twice a Week and . . .
By Chandrama Anderson | 17 comments | 1,416 views
The Remedy to Inadequate Citizen Input? More of the same
By Douglas Moran | 4 comments | 585 views