Eubanks Jantzen" <email@example.com>
Yeah, we're out here. It's
been a long time. Seems like a lifetime, and it guess it really has been,
or at least half a lifetime. Kim Eubanks (now Jantzen) here. I remember
our class from our freshman and sophomore years. We were an amazing group.
When I look at the chances we had for doing things at Wagner, I'm sorry
my kids will never have that small school experience, even though we live
in a small town. For us, I think the size of the school mattered, but it
was like reducing stock in cooking. It seems like we had the benefits of
small-town familiarity with the brightness that comes from bringing in
new blood. I am saddened by the loss of our school but glad to know many
of you are still around checking things out, and making it easier for everyone
to find each other. Do you guys remember Christmas Ball the year we were
sophomores? We were in charge and we did a great job. It was at the O'Club
and it was tons of fun. Keep looking around the site and check out the
mailing list, if you haven't already. Lots of fun and good information
from people from all decades.
Elena Duron <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I remember the sniper attack
at the school and the buses surrounding the front windows. I remember the
cobra under the chair in the typing room. I remember the B-52's being big.
I remember the two hundred wingers. I remember the prom in Manila and our
trip to Hundred Islands? Any other 1982 grads out there?