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Lincoln Northeast High School
Class of 1969

Week 30
Lincoln Northeast Class of ‘69 Reunion Countdown

Hi Classmates. Welcome to LNK Beat!

I hope you had the chance to see the third and final super moon of the year last night or early this morning. It was amazing - super bright and large.

Now, please take a few minutes to register for our reunion if you are planning to attend. Please. NOW. The Reunion Committee is hard at work planning our events and need to know that you will be in attendance. (You can send in payment at a later date if you want; it’s just this easy! ...come on now. don’t let me down.)

The Mill is our homegrown coffee source and house. If you stay or visit in the Haymarket area during the reunion, chances are you will smell the delicious roasting of the coffee beans. This is the original Mill, cozy and hippy-esque.

I ventured to our newest Mill in Lincoln’s Telegraph District, a large, classy, kind of hipster vibe. Being a Saturday, and 2:00 in the afternoon, and well, me being me, I opted for a wine with my lunch rather than a latte.

I also added a postscript to my week 32 posting. No prologue necessary.

See you in October! 

Hi Classmates. 

Hotel options for reunion stay in Lincoln are below. All but one are within walking distance from one another in downtown Haymarket area. We have two hotels with a rate guarantee time frame. Rates for other hotels can be determined by calling or through hotel website. There are many more hotels available in Lincoln; these were chosen with regard to proximity to airport and downtown venues and the other hotel is between our two reunion venues. If you have questions, please let me know.  

See you in October!  Mona

Lincoln Haymarket (click the map to open in your browser) - Haymarket parking fees may apply:

Hyatt Place 600 Q Street, 888.492.8847. Ten rooms with rates available until 09.18.19 for Oct 18 and 19: king, $149 (5 rooms), double queen, $159 (5 rooms).  Code G-NER9 ( 

Courtyard by Marriott 808 R Street, 877.678.4105. 

Hilton Gardens 801 R Street, 402.475.9000.

Embassy Suites 1040 P Street, 402.474.1111. 

Northeast Lincoln:

Staybridge Suites 1501 N 86th Street (86th and Holdrege), 402.484.6000. Fifteen rooms in a block at these rates until 09.18.19: queen $114.99, king $129.99, double queen $149.99. Rate includes breakfast.  Code NR1. Free parking.

Welcome to the Lincoln Northeast Class of 1969 Web Site! 

We're coming up on 50 years since we were classmates at Lincoln Northeast High School and it is time for a reunion to celebrate that milestone.  This web site will help us be organized, enter and find out information about classmates and spread the word about the event.

The key to our site and reunion success is YOU!  We need you to let us know you found the site by registering and letting us know how to contact you. 

  • Select the "JOIN HERE" option then find and click on your name NOW! 
  • Enter your e-mail address and create a login account so we can keep in touch
  • Upload a recent "Now" photo so when we get together we can recognize one another

Add more information any time convenient including photos, videos, memories, and other bits of your life you'd like to share with your classmates under the "Edit Profile" option.  Your e-mail is NOT shared with anyone, including classmates, unless you authorize it.

So, WELCOME, and do your bit by entering your contact information NOW.

Even more vital, invite classmates that you are still in contact to come to this site and register as well.

Be well, all, and we look forward to hearing from you,

LNE Class of '69 Reunion Committee