Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Memory Book Cover Idea


Here's a peek at the first submission for the reunion memory book cover.

Post your design idea to the gallery on the Yahoo Group site or upload it to your favorite photo sharing site and send us a link.
  • deadline: July 1st
  • theme: the beach (full color)
  • digital entry: min 10"x10" to max 12"x12" and 300 dpi (more is always better)
  • paper entry: min 8"x8" to max 8.5"x11"
Check out the web site for complete details.

Monday, April 13, 2009

April 13 Progress Report from the Reunion Committee

The Save the Date postcard went out April 2 and 3, by e-mail to over 200 names with verified e-mail addresses, by snail mail to nearly 200 with only a mailing address, and about 120 addresses that we THINK are those of our classmates (generated by our search efforts but not yet confirmed). Altogether, we sent over 500 postcards and we believe we reached 80% of the class!

If you have not received your reunion postcard, or if you have not recently confirmed your contact information, let me know at ccameron at cocpa dot org (substitute the correct symbols for the words) so we can get you in the loop and mark your data as confirmed.

The search team continues its diligent work, and classmates’ names are coming off the Lost List weekly.

Nancy West Johnson continues to update the class web site at www.rhhs1969.org as reunion details become available. There are some excellent discounts on hotel rooms posted on the site. Soon we’ll provide a link from the class web site to a page where you can register and pay for the reunion online (basic registration: $79).

Plans are in the works to send the main reunion invitation mailing in May. It will include a return envelope for mailing in your registration payment, if you choose. Our goal is to reach 90% of the class with the invitation mailing.

Unfinished business: we haven't settled on a location for the Sunday picnic, August 30. This will be the wrap-up event for the reunion. Possibilities are Point Fermin Park or Joan Milke Flores Park, both in San Pedro.