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Percentage of Joined Classmates: 53.9%

A:   151   Joined
B:   129   Not Joined
(totals do not include deceased)


•   Michael Woodfill  9/19
•   Peggy Rowlett (Robbins)  9/18
•   Mary Wells (Royalty)  8/15
•   Karen Foley (Rowlett)  7/2
•   Esther Diane Harsin (Monroe)  4/29
•   Linda Hall (Hubbard)  4/13
•   K. Elaine Perkinson (Hoffman)  3/11
•   Michael Hammond  2/27
•   Linda Burg (Eubank)  1/25
•   C. Thomas Pruitt  10/21
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•   LeTiscia Adler (Wilson)  9/25
•   Mary Alcorn (Caughran)  10/3
•   Jim Park  10/5
•   Matt Demaree  10/7
•   Frank Paul  10/7
•   Myron Jackson  10/9
•   Samuel Hamilton  10/11
•   Anthony Thompson  10/11
•   David Stutler  10/17
•   Terry Fisher  10/18


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! Update !

*  50th Reunion 2021  *

*Update as of 7/8/21


* Thursday Sept 16 - Trolley ride starts at 3 pm (destination to be determined later) will end at The Lighthouse around 5 pm where we will have dinner - (or ride back to Riverboat Inn if requested) - please park in the grass at the bottom of the hill

* Friday Sept 17 - Golf outing at Sunrise Golf Coarse - Margie Denning Sparks and Don Bickers will follow golfers with cold drinks loaded up in our cart - Meeting at the fountain on Broadway for a gathering to begin at 4:30 and moving to Broadway Restaurant for dinner at 6:00, we have the backroom reserved for us

* Saturday Sept 18 - Reunion time - High School tour will begin at 11:00 and we will meet at the staff parking lot - Meet and Greet will begin at the Riverboat Inn at 3:00 - Dinner is provided and begins at 5:00 - Music provided by Power Plant will begin at 7:00 - we will have cornhole boards set up - sometime during the evening, we'll build a bonfire and keep it going through out the evening and hopefully retire there after the music is over

           * Other details

           * Cost of the reunion is $30 per person

           * Cost of the trolly is paid by the class - all meals other                      than the reunion is your responsibility

           * Sign up is active now - send email to Don Bickers via letting me know which activities and if you are bringing a guest and monies to George Hand at 233 Wildwood Dr. Madison, In 47250

           * Class picture will be taken between dinner and starting                    of the band


Reunion 2012



Reunion 2016

Photo Cube

Birthday Cube


Mary Phillips Hendrix - May 20

Patrick Harris - May 22

Bill Finch - May 28

Rodney Graves - June 1

Becky Roberts - June 3

Rebecca Rogers Smitha - June 12



Take a moment to send them a Happy Birthday Message on their special day and welcome to the "Golden Years"


George Hand performs "Wild Thing"






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Donnie Clapham sent me a couple of songs from one of our High School Bands. The name of the band was Heavy Water and featured Steve Lewis on bass, Dennis O'Neal on drums, and from the Class of 71 - Patter McLaughlin on guitar. There was a second guitar - anyone remember who he is so I can give him credits???? Heavy Water cut a 45 and these are side A and side B............Thanks for sharing Donnie.



Now the songs are full length and features 2 bands - Heavy Water and the Romans!!





There are so many words running through my head as I reflect on the Class of "71" (41) reunion. I am not sure any of them can truly describe what we experienced. All I can say is that it was wonderful to see so many old friends and renew acquaintances through reminiscing about our HS years as well as by sharing how our lives have played out over the past 40 years. Another thing that happened to me, and I am sure to many of you as well, was a chance to spend some time visiting with people I really never got to know at MCHS. Imagine that, making new friends at a reunion. The cliques were gone and we were all ONE for a couple of very "SPECIAL" days. After 40+ years this IS "The Way We Are."

Pat Dryden

What a great weekend. Normally asleep by 9:00 on Friday night. Had a great time at the fountain then on to the Broadway until 11ish.Some of us have to work and are running on borrowed time by the weekends,
It was just very fun and relaxing.I am a quiet standback sort of person but met and talked to lots of people. Saturday afternoon and evening flowed so well. Good food, good music and good Corn Hole!! Hope we didn't bore too many people with our currect school woes.But Mr. Pat has all the facts.So proud of Pat for working with this committee since he is retired just looking for things to do. It would be great to start some mini groups to keep commumication flowing - but not cliques!! Thanks again to all for a great awesome time.
Diane Ison Dryden - 3rd Grade E.O. Muncie - Come visit any time!

I agree with Diana Ison's comments - She should be proud of Pat's contribution to planning the reunion - he jumped in with both feet. When we was at the microphone Saturday - I regret we didn't bring the whole committee up to take their bows because they earned it. Ther were there meeting after meeting and worked together like a well oiled machine. Anytime we had something that needed attention, we never lacked a volunteer. The committee was comprised of Debbie Hereford, Donnie Clapham, George Hand, Karen Foley, Kathy Tucker, LeTiscia Adler, Margie Denning, Pat Dryden, Terry Giltner, and myself.

Diana's other comment about getting together once in a while has been on my mind also - maybe Regatta weekend - maybe a trip to Patoka Lake next summer. Nothing like last week - just an email to everyone letting them know where to meet and then do it!

Once more thanks to the committee and everyone who attended - Don