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•   Carla Marino  11/22
•   Wendy Shirk (Anthony)  11/21
•   Patricia Edwards (Tarpley)  8/30
•   Stephen Roop  12/21
•   Sandra Leonard (Bostick)  1/18
•   Heather Supik (McGinnity)  10/19
•   Alex Martin  10/18
•   Maryann Parzynski (Carter)  10/17
•   Joseph Mendal  10/17
•   Dennis Carter  10/17
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Who lives where - click links below to find out.

1 lives in Alabama
6 live in California
4 live in Colorado
1 lives in Connecticut
4 live in Delaware
3 live in Florida
1 lives in Illinois
116 live in Maryland
3 live in Massachusetts
3 live in Michigan
2 live in Minnesota
1 lives in Missouri
1 lives in Montana
5 live in New Jersey
5 live in New York
4 live in North Carolina
1 lives in Ohio
1 lives in Oklahoma
1 lives in Oregon
17 live in Pennsylvania
1 lives in Rhode Island
2 live in Texas
1 lives in Utah
5 live in Virginia
1 lives in Washington
1 lives in West Virginia
257 location unknown


•   Patricia Anderson  12/20
•   Dean Younkin  12/20
•   Tim Brooksbank  12/21
•   Alex Martin  12/21
•   Suzanne Yoder  12/22
•   Jill Balderson (Wirth)  12/29
•   Christine Lynch  12/30
•   Susan Wunder  12/30
•   Laura Ettinger  1/1
•   Jay King  1/1
•   Lynn Walsh  1/1
•   Donald Sites  1/2
•   David Bishop  1/10
•   Rich Durling  1/12
•   Ann Haddaway (Stocksdale)  1/12
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Percentage of Joined Classmates: 45.1%

A:   211   Joined
B:   257   Not Joined

Dulaney High School
Class Of 1985



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High School Class Reunions for Dummies


       How to Overcome Your Class Reunion Anxieties
It's normal to experience the class reunion jitters. Don't let your insecurities force you to miss what could be the time of your life.
1. Take an afternoon or evening to jot down all of your positive school memories, look over photos of old friends and listen to music from your school years.
2. Make a mental list of all that you have accomplished and how you have grown through the years.
3. Get in touch with at least two former classmates. Reminiscing with old pals will help you to get in the reunion spirit.
4. Ask to help with the reunion planning. There's always room for one more planning committee member, and it will help awaken your enthusiasm for the event.
5. Arrive in your hometown one day early if you don't live there. Spend quality time visiting your favorite spots, driving around your old neighborhood and dwelling on nostalgia.
6. Look your best. Rather than crash dieting, stepping up your health and fitness program several months prior to the reunion will ensure that you look and feel your best.
Hey!  Remember that everyone had the same insecurities and issues that you did in school. Approach the reunion as an opportunity for reconciliation, understanding and fun!


        NO EXCUSES!

If you are NOT coming to the reunion, you need a good excuse and a note from your Mom! The following reasons have been tried and are UNACCEPTABLE:

Excuse #1: I've gained a lot of weight!
Rebuttal: Look around!! I doubt any of us could get back into our jeans from high school any more.

Excuse #2: I'm a different person than I was in high school.
Rebuttal: Lucky for you, we ALL are. Let's face it: we could only have improved.

Excuse #3: I don't look as good as I'd like. I (choose one or more) am bald, have wrinkles, saddlebags, grey hair and no one will recognize me.

Rebuttal: Guess what! You won't recognize anyone else, either. Our whole class looks like a "before" photo in a plastic surgery ad (just kidding).

Excuse #4: I'm not successful. I'm not (choose one or more) a lawyer, a doctor or rich.
Rebuttal: You'll be pleasantly surprised to find how much everyone has matured. We may be plump and wrinkled (see Excuse #3, above) but we're not stupid. Money is not success. You have found success when you are happy doing what you're doing!

Excuse #5: I was not in a popular clique in school.
Rebuttal: Now that we're older and smarter, those cliques have dissolved just like the superficialities they were based on. The only cliques you'll notice at the reunion will be the sound of your joints as you walk around.

Excuse #6: It seems like all the classmates drink alcohol at the reunion.
Rebuttal: Not all of us drink - plain and simple. Some of us only have a few drinks at the reunion to relax - because we're nervous - but if you don't want to drink alcohol there'll be plenty of other drinks available.