March 1999 - May 1999 - August 1999 - October 1999 - December 1999 - March 2000 - June 2000 - Latest Issue
Welcome to the latest edition
of the Wagner newsletter. This is a periodic newsletter of general information
items for members of the Wurtsmith/Wagner schools alumni directory.
This edition's topics follow:
Clark/San Diego Reunion: It's been suggested many times; now, it really will happen: an all-years reunion for students and staff, October 26-29, 2000. The site is the Hyatt Regency in San Diego. From there, many Falcons (and their predecessors, the Bombers) will fly back to the Philippines, where they will stay until November 7. There is a great deal of work to be done, and many more details about this venture will be announced in future newsletters. Information on the event, and a survey form for those interested in attending, appears on the WHOA website at
The alumni groups in the Florida panhandle and Phoenix regions are setting
lofty standards, in quality and
he'd just stopped there for a drink), one faculty member, plus assorted friends and family. Pictures from the event, and remarks from several attendees, may be found at http://www.whoa.org/reunions/99fwb/
The Phoenix group enjoyed a
night of dinner, dancing, and camaraderie... and they've already made plans
for the next, best
Tenative Plans are in the works
for another WHS All Years, Phoenix mini-reunion "Barrio Festival". We are
looking to hold
Other upcoming events follow...
where applicable, the alumni group holding the event is listed in parentheses;
Kailua, Hawaii, mini-reunion and wedding celebration for Jen Kem '92/Barry Hurst '89, April 11. (
Houston mini-reunion, April 16-18 (
Puget Sound, Washington, mini-reunion dinner, May 1, 6 PM.
New Orleans (80-85 alums), June 24-27.
San Antonio (66-69 alums), July 23-25.
Dallas (Overseas Brats, Homecoming '99), August 5-8.
on The Learning Channel (TLC): The TLC program "Reunion" includes an episode
on the Wagner/Wurtsmith
Several former Wagnerites have
provided pictures from recent visits to Clark: Jerry Weed 78, Gary Wiley
80, and Eddie
The 1978 Fledgling yearbook
is now online at http://www.whoa.org/78/78yearbook
,courtesy of Alyta Pierce Mitchell 81.
A new mailing list has been
established. The 200wing list includes general discussion items not specifically
The Wagner High Online Alumni (WHOA) group has thrived fairly well on the
backs of a few contributors and lots of volunteer hours and efforts. There
are additional ways to support the group; some don't even cost you a cent.
http://www.whoa.org/contribute/ . Of course, checks are still welcome... payable to:
Future items: If you have any
items you'd like us to include in future newsletters, please send them
in. We'll do our best to
Don Detwiler 80