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JEB Stuart Alumni Association
Since the last notice on the Alumni Newsletter, there has been a change of plans. Thanks to a generous offer from Keith Hartke and his wife Kimberly, the Reunion festivities will be held on Saturday, August 24, 2019. The festivities will kick off with a picnic at the Hartke's lakefront home in Reston, VA. The Hartkes will provide food and beverages for the class. For those interested in continuing the "catch up" into the evening, the afterparty will move to a restaurant located in Reston ("Not Your Average Joe's) where the Class of '69 will have a reserved section and a cash bar. There are plenty of hotels nearby and the Reunion Committee is working to secure some group rates.
We still need classmates' contact information so please forward email, postal address and phone numbers to StuartClassof1969@gmail.com ASAP! We won't publish phone numbers and will only publish email addresses with permission. We also need to know if you are planning to attend the Reunion!
Date: Saturday Aug. 24.
Time: 1-4pm: BBQ picnic on Lake Audubon. ( bring your Summer outfits) & Boat rides on lake.
If people want to connect by Skype they should email to Todd Crespi, their phone number and we'll do our best to call. firstname.lastname@example.org
Big Night Event
Time: 5-8pm: Not Your Average Joes- Reston free appetizers plus cash bar, cash entrees (optional)
RSVP to StuartClassof1969@gmail.com.
Search Facebook for JEB Stuart HS Class of 1969 50th Reunion, our Facebook page.
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Want to be part of the group making decisions about our association? We meet a few times a year and can conference call with you if you aren't in the area. Not a big time commitment - just need some fresh faces and new ideas.
Contact Vince Nettuno email@example.com to help out. We are looking for people of all different classes - young and old!
Take a walk back down memory lane and check out these historic publications of The Raiders Digest and Cadence - These are priceless treasures from JEB Stuart High School's past.
Our thanks go out to Arnie Reed '64 digitizing and posting them, and to Jim Warrick '61 and George Miller '64 for contributing them to the archives.