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Class of 1979

Lanier High School    
Austin, Texas



Meeting Date: Thursday, May 27th, 2004

This was our twelfth planning meeting. Pictures taken at the meeting are here. Alumni in attendance were:

Laurie (Mitchell) Allen *
Kim (Herber) Wicheta
Angie (Mead) Moore
Gayla (Griggs) Smith
Shane Harris
Richard Petty
  Kelly (Delmas) Salley *
Nancy (Nehring) Waddell
Yvonne (Villanueva) Kennon
Lisa (Whitehead) Powers
Christine (Muniz) Scott

This meeting started at Cuba Libre, where we sampled the hors d’oeuvres that will be served on Friday night at Speakeasy. Next, everyone crossed the alley and ascended the stairs to Speakeasy’s rooftop. We found a table to sit around and finished the meeting while dining on the munchies left over from a previous gathering. The shrimp-stuffed, bacon-wrapped jalapeno peppers were very tasty, as were the chicken quesadillas. Special thanks to the group of lawyers that over-ordered before our arrival.


Topics:

  1. Action item follow-up: The small ad we placed in the Austin American-Statesman appeared in Sunday’s paper. It was disappointingly insignificant and, frankly, appeared to be part of one of the wedding announcements it shared space with. Bad investment.

  2. Action item follow-up: We have all the volunteers needed to staff the sign-in tables on both Friday and Saturday evenings.

  3. Richard was 45-minutes late to the meeting because he was fast-walking every single street in downtown Austin, unable to find Speakeasy. It was pathetic. When he finally did arrive — too late to photograph the hors d’oeuvres — he looked like hell. The result of this experience can be found in the Action Items section, below.

  4. Gayla distributed to everyone present an annotated list of photographers that she has contacted for our big group photograph on Saturday night. She was really quite thorough and several concerns were raised. She was able to identify photographers who still used medium format film cameras (one of our requirements) but none of them had risers for the back row of people to stand on.

  5. Yvonne, Christine, Kim, Gayla and Lauri discussed details with a Speakeasy manager... placement of the sign-in table, the hors d’oeuvres area, and so forth.

  6. Gayla brought lots of memorabilia, which everyone enjoyed looking at.

  7. Laurie will prepare welcome and directional signs for the Friday night event.

  8. Angie will order a sheet cake for the Saturday night event.

  9. Angie will provide 70’s music for the Speakeasy event.

  10. We discussed Saturday night table decorations and memorabillia display.

  11. Everyone present voted on Saturday night alumni awards. Angie will prepare certificates, ballots and ballot boxes.

  12. In one of the weirder moments of reunion planning, Yvonne bolted from the meeting and went shopping, then returned and displayed her stunning new Saturday night dress.

  13. We discussed the need for blood pressure monitor and oxygen masks at the top of the Speakeasy stairs.

  14. The next reunion planning meeting will take place on Thursday, June 3rd, at 7PM. We’ll meet at the Chuy’s restaurant at 10520 North Lamar Boulevard. (Here’s a map.) This next meeting will be the first held in the Lanier area. (“I can see my house from here!”)


Action Items:

  1. Richard will correct the downtown map and Speakeasy location information on the web site.

  2. Richard will call the photographer whose services we’re most likely to contract and ask a few final questions. We would really like to get risers to stand on for the group shot and none of the photographers that Gayla contacted own any.

  3. Richard hasn’t posted the minutes of the last three meetings. He resolved to attempt to do so. The minutes for those meetings may be incomplete or... vague.



Meeting Date: Thursday, May 20th, 2004

This was our eleventh planning meeting. It was held in at Antonio’s in far south Round Rock. Pictures taken at the meeting are here. Alumni in attendance were:

Angie (Mead) Moore *
Nancy (Nehring) Waddell
Kim (Herber) Wicheta
Gayla (Griggs) Smith
Richard Petty
  Kathy Clayton *
John Phillips (’78) *
Yvonne (Villanueva) Kennon
Lisa (Whitehead) Powers
Christine (Muniz) Scott

Topics:

  1. Several people agreed to solicite Shane to start sending out countdown email messages.

  2. Angie will put together a list of Saturday night alumni awards for the committee to review.

  3. We discussed Saturday night table decorations and memorabillia display. Angie will contact Laurie Allen for additional ideas.

  4. Becky dropped off final proof of reunion info booklets for review.

  5. The next reunion planning meeting was scheduled for Thursday, May 6th, at 7PM, at Baby Acapulco, 5610 North I-35, on the south bound frontage road of I-35, just south of the I-35 and 290 intersection. (Here’s a map.)


Action Items:

  1. Unknown. (Rising from his chair, Richard waves his arms around, gesturing wildly. Still, no one knows what the action items were.)



Meeting Date: Thursday, May 13th, 2004

This was our tenth planning meeting and the smallest to date. It was also the first meeting that did not include at least one new face. No pictures were taken at this meeting. It was held in big, comfy chairs around a large coffee table, in a lounge area adjacent to the second-floor restaurant at the Hyatt Regency on Town Lake. Alumni in attendance were:

Nancy (Nehring) Waddell
Kim (Herber) Wicheta
Gayla (Griggs) Smith
Richard Petty
  Yvonne (Villanueva) Kennon
Lisa (Whitehead) Powers
Christine (Muniz) Scott

This was the first meeting where we could whisper to each other and still be heard. Nice change of pace.


Topics:

  1. Action item follow-up: Real online registration and credit card payment support were added to the web site. He sent a brief email announcing this fact to all unregistered alumni.

  2. Action item follow-up: A web page that allows people to volunteer to work the reunion event sign-in tables was posted. People began to volunteer immediately.

  3. The next reunion planning meeting is scheduled for Thursday, May 20th, at 7PM, at Antonio’s on I-35, between Round Rock and Pflugerville.


Action Items:

  1. Unknown. (After stirring from his unintended slumber, Richard wipes the drool from his computer keyboard wrist pad and deletes over 3/4-million consecutive spaces from the meeting minutes web page.)



Meeting Date: Thursday, May 6th, 2004

This was our ninth planning meeting. Alumni in attendance were:

Vera (Bockelman) Garcia (’80) *
Lisa (Whitehead) Powers
Shane Harris
Richard Petty
  Nancy (Nehring) Waddell
Yvonne (Villanueva) Kennon
Becky (Spiars) Cannon
Gayla (Griggs) Smith
Christine (Muniz) Scott

This meeting was held at Baby Acapulco’s in Austin, near the intersection of I-35 and highway 290, and coincided with Christine’s birthday! Yvonne presented her with a gift, a traditional exchange. Also in attendance were Christine’s husband, Jim, and two friends: Frank and Vickie Patrick. Frank and Vickie enjoyed the meeting so much that they’ve registered to attend the reunion, too.


Topics:

  1. Christine’s already going to be at the Hyatt Regency for a reunion-related meeting with their management, so the next reunion planning meeting will take place on Thursday, May 6th, at 7PM, at The Hyatt at 208 Barton Springs Road, just south of Town Lake, between South 1st Street and south Congress Avenue, in the second-floor restaurant. Here’s a map.


Action Items:

  1. Richard will add genuine on-line registration and credit card payment support to the web site.



Meeting Date: Thursday, April 22nd, 2004

This was our eighth planning meeting. No pictures were taken at this meeting. Alumni in attendance were:

Tommy Wheeless *
Rick Waddell *
Andy Sterling *
Kim (Herber) Wicheta
Billy Robertson
Richard Petty
  Jamie (Burton) Wheeless *
Nancy (Nehring) Waddell
Yvonne (Villanueva) Kennon
Becky (Spiars) Cannon
Gayla (Griggs) Smith
Christine (Muniz) Scott

Another long-running reunion planning meeting, this time ending at 11PM with five hearty souls. Richard didn’t remember that he’d forgotten his camera at home until he was several miles down the road, so no pictures were taken.


Topics:

  1. Action item follow-up: Richard mailed out paper registration forms to twenty-eight alumni who don’t have email addresses.

  2. Action item follow-up: Richard will not produce web site support for collecting information for the student handbook. Becky is collecting the information using email.

  3. Yvonne was very concerned that we needed to begin to track the little details that must be taken care of for the reunion to run smoothly. She took on a huge part of this responsibility by volunteering to head the group that will provide decorations for the Saturday night Hyatt party. This will include not only selecting and procuring the decorations but also arriving at the Hyatt at 3PM for the party setup.

  4. After a lengthy discussion, it was determined that a schedule needs to be set up for both the Friday and Saturday night sign-in tables. We want to avoid repeating what happened to Kim Herber five years ago: she was stuck at the sign-in table for hours.

    Richard suggested that for the first two hours, two people at a time should staff the sign-in table in thirty-minute shifts. In the third hour, two people (one at a time in thirty-minutes shifts) should be able to handle any stragglers. In the fourth hour, the table will be un-manned. That makes ten people-shifts. Short shifts should make it a pleasantly brief duty.

    Gayla pointed out that it’s actually a lot of fun to work the sign-in tables in the early part of the evening because you get to meet so many excited people. Several women suggested that husbands should be conscripted to serve at the sign-in table. Seriously.

    A schedule of sign-in attendants will be completed before the reunion and posted on the web site.

  5. The next reunion planning meeting will take place on Thursday, May 6th, at 7PM. We’ll meet at Baby Acapulco, 5610 North I-35, on the southbound frontage road of I-35, just south of the I-35 and 290 intersection. (Here’s a map.)


Action Items:

  1. Richard will produce a list of missing alumni for Becky, for the student handbook and send it to Becky. He will also write a summary text about the web site for the student handbook and send it to Becky.

  2. Becky will send an export of the information in student handbook database to Richard so that he can place it into Excel and return it to her.

  3. Yvonne will begin recruiting personnel for the Saturday night decoration team.

  4. Richard is going to contact the Austin American-Statesman newspaper to find out everything that they need from us in order for us to place an advertisement. He will then contact Christine, who will actually place the ad and pay for it.

  5. Richard is going update the web site to include a Sunday morning church service as the final reunion event. The service will given by David Sweet at his Hayes Hills Baptist Church.

  6. Richard is going to correct the start time for the West Lake Beach picnic. Currently, the web site states that the picnic starts at noon; it actually starts at 11AM. He will also contact all the people who’ve sent in registration forms with the incorrect start time, informing them of the actual 11AM start time.

  7. Yvonne is going to give the video tape that was shown at the 20th anniversary reunion event at the Marriott, to Richard. He’s going to publish excerpts from it on the web site.



Meeting Date: Thursday, April 8th, 2004

This was our seventh planning meeting. Pictures taken at the meeting are here. Alumni in attendance were:

Keith Vetter *
Shane Harris
Christine (Muniz) Scott
Kim (Herber) Wicheta
Rhonda (Machu) Roten
Richard Petty
  Christie Hubbard (’78) *
Becky (Spiars) Cannon
Donald Cannon (Reagan ’80)
Lisa (Whitehead) Powers
Nancy (Nehring) Waddell
Barbara (Paulissen) Heidrick

Wow. We ought to feel guilty about meetings like this one. Relatively little accomplished except for dining, drinking, and socializing. We started at 7PM and Barbara and Christine were still finishing their last drinks at 11:20PM. And it was a school night.


Topics:

  1. Richard completed his action item of the previous meeting: on the evening of Monday, April 5, 2004, we began accepting registrations by way of special registration pages on our web site. Because PayPal and all the major credit card companies forbid surcharges (an offsetting fee to cover the cost of credit card transactions), we decided not to provide the option on our web site. Email messages were sent out to all the email addresses we had, including alumni of classes ’77 through ’82.

  2. Following up on her action item from the previous meeting, Lisa brought several pages of printed name tag samples to evaluate. True to her word, they features head shots copied from the ’79 yearbook. She also brought two pages of name tag typeface samples.

    We decided that the class of ’79 name tags would have one border style and that guests from all other classes would have a different border style, just to make identification a bit easier. Also, we voted to have a rather simple, bold, roman-style typeface for Friday night’s tags and an open, easy-to-read script-style typeface for Saturday night.

  3. After Kim left, the remaining people voted in favor of placing a $150 advertisement in the Austin American-Statesman. It will be a small ad, inviting readers to visit our web site for more information about our reunion plans. Becky is the champion of this project.

  4. Andy Sterling has again agreed to print the reunion handbooks at cost. We have not made an effort to collect postal addresses or brief statements from the alumni, so we also discussed the options for gathering this information. Becky is the champion of this project.

  5. The next reunion planning meeting will take place on Thursday, April 22nd, at 7PM. We’ll meet at Baby Acapulco, 5610 North I-35, on the southbound frontage road of I-35, just south of the I-35 and 290 intersection. (Here’s a map.)


Action Items:

  1. Richard will produce hardcopy registration forms to be mailed out to those alumni lacking email accounts (about twenty-five people).

  2. Richard will produce a web page that will allow alumni to submit information for the student handbook. When it's ready, he'll email invitations to all the people for whom we are lacking this information.



Meeting Date: Saturday, March 27th, 2004

This was our sixth planning meeting. Pictures taken at the meeting are here. Alumni in attendance were:

Deneice (Wehring) Day *
Lori (Wehring) Lyon (’82) *
Christine (Muniz) Scott
Tamra (Johnson) Grotte *
Kim (Herber) Wicheta
Rhonda (Machu) Roten
Richard Petty
  Becky (Spiars) Cannon
Donald Cannon (Reagan ’80)
Lisa (Whitehead) Powers *
Nancy (Nehring) Waddell
Barbara (Paulissen) Heidrick
Yvonne (Villanueva) Kennon

The meeting started with a lunch in the second floor restaurant of the Hyatt Regency at 1PM. Afterward, everyone moved upstairs to view the Foothills Ballroom and continue the meeting. Special thanks to Deneice and Tamra for driving all the way from Houston to attend the meeting.


Topics:

  1. We settled on the event prices and deadlines. Based upon reunion attendance survey responses, here are the per-person prices:

    Friday: Speakeasy $17
    Saturday: park entry fee $4 per child (paid at gate)
    Saturday: park entry fee $7 per adult (paid at gate)
    Saturday: BBQ meal at park $6.50
    Saturday: Hyatt Regency $50 ($60 after May 15th)
    Saturday: hotel rooms $119 + tax

    After May 15th, the price of the Hyatt party increases from $50 to $60 per person. No refunds after May 29th.

  2. Christine explained how the tables will be decorated. She discussed the ballroom layout options, considering that it is narrow and long. She has scaled floor plans to fiddle with and will figure out the best arrangement.

  3. The group discussed, briefly, our situation regarding the big group photograph. It’s apparent that the photographer will have to shoot across the narrow room because of the large number of people expected. This will require a very wide camera lens and may present a lighting challenge, too. We decided to try to contract the same photographer that shot the 20th anniversary reunion in 1999. His work was excellent. Kim said that she has notes from ’99 about the particular photographer we used then.

  4. Richard distributed screenshots of development versions of the web site’s informational and event registration pages. The group agreed that we’d allow alumni to register and pay online using PayPal as our credit card merchant.

  5. Yvonne reported at the meeting the appetizers she selected for the Friday Speakeasy event.

  6. The next planning meeting will take place on Thursday, April 8, at 7PM. We will meet at the Baby Acapulco in Pflugerville, on the northbound frontage road of I-35, just south of Howard Lane. Here’s a map.


Action Items:

  1. Richard will complete informational and registration pages to the web site and send out an email broadcast announcing that we are now accepting registrations.

  2. Lisa offered to produce the name tags.

  3. Nancy will search for a caterer for the West Lake Beach picnic.



Meeting Date: Thursday, March 11th, 2004

This was our fifth planning meeting. Pictures taken at the meeting are here. Alumni in attendance were:

Mark Hoelscher
Billy Robertson
Gayla (Griggs) Smith
Kim (Herber) Wicheta
Richard Petty
  Becky (Spiars) Cannon *
Donald Cannon (Reagan ’80) *
Lisa (Whitehead) Powers
Christine (Muniz) Scott
Rhonda (Machu) Roten

Topics:

  1. We were unable to settle on a price for admission into either the Speakeasy or Hyatt events because of uncertainty about how many people will attend each.

    Based upon very conservative estimates of 100 guests,

    Friday: Speakeasy $17
    Saturday: park entry fee $6-$8 (paid at gate)
    Saturday: BBQ meal at park $6 (probably less)
    Saturday: Hyatt Regency $45
    Saturday: hotel rooms $119 + tax

    We are able to reserve hotel rooms at the Hyatt only in blocks of twenty. Since we will be held accountable for any empty rooms, it’s important that we be very careful not to reserve more than we need.

    We decided to conduct an email survey of the alumni, ending on March 23. The results will be used in the next reunion planning meeting to set admission prices.

  2. Rhonda suggested that we might be able to accept credit card payments by utilizing PayPal on our web site. Kim expressed her concern that might be complicated or labor intensive and that accepting checks for payment would be sufficient.

  3. The next planning meeting will take place on a weekend, to permit folks the opportunity to drive in to attend the meeting. It will take place on Saturday, March 27, at 1:00PM. We will meet at The Hyatt at 208 Barton Springs Road, just south of Town Lake, between South 1st Street and South Congress, in the second-floor restaurant. Here’s a map.

    Meeting at the Hyatt will also give us a chance to tour the facilities.


Action Items:

  1. Richard will send out the email survey. The survey results will be available for the next reunion planning meeting.

  2. Rhonda and Richard will investigate just how difficult or easy it is to provide PayPal credit card purchase capabilities for the alumni to use when purchasing reunion tickets.



Meeting Date: Thursday, February 26th, 2004

This was our fourth planning meeting. Pictures taken at the meeting are here. Alumni in attendance were:

Mark Hoelscher *
Bob Stewart *
Billy Robertson
Richard Petty
Shane Harris
Kim (Herber) Wicheta
  Nancy (Nehring) Waddell
Charles Schoenfeld
Deloris Schoenfeld *
Christine (Muniz) Scott
Gayla (Griggs) Smith

Topics:

  1. Nancy polled the group about the picnic space leasing options available to us at Westlake Beach. She will sign us up for the pavilion this week. Food is still undecided. Chuck reinterated Darrell Laurence's and his offer to cook up barbque.

  2. DJ services for the Saturday night event at the Hayatt were selected: Capital City DJ Services. We'll pay $350.00/hour for four hours for sound system plus basic lighting. The DJ is also works at Oldies 103 (KEYI) in Austin. We also opted for karoke for $100.00 more.

  3. The next planning meeting date and time were set but are now being reconsidered.


Action Items:

  1. Nancy Nehring will book our picnic site.



Meeting Date: Thursday, February 12th, 2004

This was our third planning meeting. Pictures taken at the meeting are here. Alumni in attendance were:

Charles Schoenfeld *
Dan Davison *
Billy Robertson
Kim (Herber) Wicheta
Richard Petty
Shane Harris
Rhonda (Machu) Roten
  Nancy (Nehring) Waddell *
Darrell Laurence *
Yvonne (Villanueva) Kennon
Christine (Muniz) Scott
Gayla (Griggs) Smith
Barbara (Paulissen) Heidrick

Topics:

  1. Christine presented printed copies of a PowerPoint presention which summarized our possible choices for the Friday and Saturday night venues. Favorites were identified and a voice vote was taken for each night’s choices.

    The group unanimously selected Speak Easy for Friday night and The Hyatt for Saturday night.

    Christine’s presentation is here: Page 1, Page 2, Page 3, Page 4.

  2. Richard brought a laptop computer and scanner to the meeting and scanned a couple photographs for the web site. As a reminder to everyone, if you’d like to submit pictures to be displayed on the web site but don’t have a scanner, just bring your prints to one of the planning meetings.

  3. Although it was not a topic of discussion at the meeting, for the record, Richard completed his action item of the previous meeting by setting up a Missing Students web page. Deneice (Wehring) Day, in particular, has been amazingly productive and accurate in locating people.

  4. One of the reunion planning meetings — perhaps in four weeks — will be scheduled for a weekend. The intent of this schedule is to allow folks who don’t live in Austin the opportunity to drive in to attend a meeting.

  5. Finally, it was agreed that next reunion planning meeting will take place in two weeks, on February 26th at 7PM, at Baby Acapulco. This restaurant is located on the southbound service road of I-35, just southwest of the I-35 and 290 intersection, across from Capitol Plaza. (Here’s a map.)


Action Items:

  1. Christine will place deposits on the accommodations at the Hyatt and Speak Easy.

  2. Based on responses submitted to the Lanier79 web site and an informal poll at the meeting, we have decided to hold a picnic on Saturday afternoon, June 12th. Nancy agreed to evaluate picnic sites and book the best available. Give Nancy your picnic ideas on the Lanier79 bulletin board.



Meeting Date: Thursday, January 29th, 2004

This was our second planning meeting. Alumni in attendance were:

Billy Robertson *
Kim (Herber) Wicheta
Gayla (Griggs) Smith
Richard Petty
Shane Harris
  Billy Klipple *
Yvonne (Villanueva) Kennon
Christine (Muniz) Scott
Barbara (Paulissen) Heidrick

Topics:

  1. Several members returned with prospective site information, including availability and pricing. The expensive venues were nixed in favor of keeping prices down. The favorites will be researched more fully before the next meeting but we must make our reservations soon or face slim pickings.

  2. Everyone was in favor of having yearbook pictures included on the front of the reunion name tags. This was something that we did at the 10th anniversary reunion and should be even more amusing this time. In his absence, David Rust was graciously assigned responsibility of producing the 25th anniversary name tags. Thanks, David!

  3. The group discussed a problem that we experienced at the 20th anniversary reunion which we would greatly like to see improve. At the Saturday night reunion event at the Marriott in 1999, we had at least 135 alumni in attendance. As the evening wound down, a professional photographer took a group picture. We recently counted heads in the picture and came up with... 82.

    Put another way, 40% of the alumni that ate and danced with us that very night are absent from the photograph!

    Clearly, this is disappointing. We will discuss with the photographer hired for the 25th how to improve this. Currently, our thinking is simply to take the picture in the middle of the evening rather than waiting until just before we get kicked out of the ballroom.

  4. Finally, it was agreed that next reunion planning meeting will take place in two weeks, on February 12th, at Antonio’s on I-35, between Round Rock and Pflugerville, at 7:00 PM.


Action Items:

  1. Shane and Christine will make more detailed inquires into the final favored venues. After talking it over with everyone present tonight, they were granted authority to make official reservations, hopefully before the next reunion planning meeting.

  2. Christine, Yvonne, and Richard will visit the Lanier campus to take photographs and notes for the website’s “Lanier Today” page. Richard will contact Lanier to set up a date and time for the tour.

  3. Richard will coordinate the effort to track down missing alumni by preparing lists of missing students and provide these parcelled lists to volunteers: Shane, Christine, Yvonne, and Gayla, and Deneise Day. (In an email to Richard earlier in the week, Deneice volunteered to help in this regard.) Our progress on this task can be monitored on the Missing Students web page on this site.



Meeting Date: Thursday, January 15th, 2004

This was our first planning meeting. Pictures taken at the meeting are here. Alumni in attendance were:

Kim (Herber) Wicheta *
Gayla (Griggs) Smith *
Richard Petty *
Shane Harris *
  Christine (Muniz) Scott *
Barbara (Paulissen) Heidrick *
Rhonda (Machu) Roten *
Yvonne (Villanueva) Kennon *

Topics:

  1. The reunion activities will take place on June 11th, 12th, and 13th. Friday night will feature a really cheap and informal social gathering. (In 1999, we met at the Iron Cactus on 6th street.) There may or may not be a picnic on Saturday. On Saturday evening, we’ll have a slightly less informal affair. It will be less formal than the 1999 evening at the Marriott Hotel. Sunday may have an organized church service, similar to 1999.

  2. Everyone who attended Lanier anytime from 1975 through 1979 is invited. This suggestion was quickly agreed upon by all after a someone mentioned knowing several people in the class of ’80, which has never held a reunion and likely never will, and that when we look back on our high school years the distinctions between freshmen, sophomore, juniors and seniors was blurred. The more the merrier, it was decided. The question of whether these additional alumni would be actively recruited was not discussed although everyone agreed that every 1979 alumni should feel free to invite non-1979 alumni.

  3. Several people present suggested expanding item 2 (above) to include anyone who attended Dobie junior high but later went to Reagan or Anderson senior high schools. This motion was accepted by consensus.

  4. Former teachers, coaches, et al, are all, once again, welcome to the reunion events gratis.

  5. Finally, it was agreed that next reunion planning meeting will take place in two weeks, on January 29th, at Antonio’s on I-35, between Round Rock and Pflugerville, at 7:00 PM.


Action Items:

  1. Richard committed to creating a web site for the Lanier class of 1979.

  2. Shane and Richard each brought email address lists to the meeting. Shane took a copy of Richard’s list and agreed to merge it with his own and then mail the new version back to Richard so that it may be posted to the web site.

  3. The task of researching reunion accommodations for Friday and Saturday night were parcelled out to several of the people present. They will report the results of their research at the next meeting.

  4. Richard will contact Kim (Herber) Wicheta’s husband (Anderson, class of 1979) about getting Anderson reunion information. Additionally, Kim has a cousin who attended Reagan (class of 1979) and might be able to provide more information to enable us to expand our guest list.