For those of you who are "on the fence" about coming back, here are some comments from those of us who have partipated in past reunions. Hope you enjoy them, and that they convince you to make the trip. Your classmates would love to see you!! If you'd like to add your comments, please email tham to me at email@example.com.
There are a lot of reasons to come back to our 55th reunion, especially for those who missed the 50th. Perhaps the best reason—you will be glad you did!! I spent too many years skipping them, then made it to both the 45th and 50th, and enjoyed every minute of each. Another example of me learning life’s important lessons the hard way. Hope to see A LOT OF YOU at the 55th. - Buzz Saner
Our 50th reunion was a tremendous success, not just because of the common bond we share and the effort we made to get back on campus, but because it was so much fun. Let’s do it again, and let’s give those who didn’t make the 50th a chance to join in this time. - George Paschal
I would not fib to you; 55 is a special number!
55 is the 10th Fibonacci number: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55
55 is a triangle number which counts objects arranged in an equilateral triangle. Like 10-Pin Bowling
55 is the sum of the consecutive numbers 1 to 10), 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 + 7 + 8 + 9 + 10 = 55
55 is the largest Fibonacci number to also be a triangular number.
55 is a square pyramidal number (the sum of the squares of the integers 1 to 5) – Like stacking cannonballs into a square base.
YES… you can COUNT on me being there. Can I COUNT on you being there? - Bruce Badeau
My wife and I attended and had a great time. Seeing classmates for the first time in 50 years in some cases was a treat. Seeing the campus, meeting some of the current faculty, seeing honorary members of 1965, meeting the headmaster and hearing from him, enjoying the events and class-specific gatherings all made for a tremendous weekend. I am looking forward to 55! - Jim Alampi