Here Are Some Helpful Tips!
Has it really been that long? Whether you graduated in 1974 or 2014, the years have flown by! As Gross Catholic celebrates its 50th year, many of our alumni are preparing to reunite for a class reunion to share memories and relive the glory days—or at least to laugh about the bad hair styles and ridiculous fashion trends of years gone by.
This year there are nine Gross Catholic alumni classes that are approaching another milestone. Alumni who graduated in ’74, ’79, ’84, ’89, ’94, ’99, ‘04, ‘09, and ’14 are starting to scratch their heads and wonder, “How can we top that last reunion?” To be sure, the members of the Class of 2014 are probably wondering, “How do we even begin to plan a reunion?”
No matter if you’re planning your very first reunion or you’re a seasoned planner, we would like to help you get started on the right foot.
We have compiled some Class Reunion Planning Tips from some experienced Gross Catholic reunion planners. Our goal is to share some ideas that have worked well in the past and to help our alumni avoid “reinventing the wheel.” While this list of potential venues and suggestions is by no means all-inclusive, it might just help you get started.
So what are you waiting for? Dux Esto…Be a leader…and start planning!