Questions: Dave Mangelsdorff, 67 Class Secretary email@example.com.
Another Excellent Year!
It’s About YOUR Time
Your classmates want to know – what have you been doing for the past 50 years? More important, what do you want to do next? We are producing a 50th Reunion Yearbook for you to share your life and your thoughts with our Class. We hope participating will inspire you to join us at the 50th Reunion, and we know our Yearbook will bring you hours of pleasure over the coming years.
You can provide your input as one long essay. Write as much or as little as you like. This form will go to Thuy Le ‘17, who is working with 67 to organize the input for our publisher. If you'd like you can write up your thoughts on a Word document and attach it with any pictures you want and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org, with your personal information filled in on the email form.
As guidance, in thinking about what you would like to submit, most essays will include brief
reminiscences of your Dartmouth experience as a student and as an alum, your continuing
relationships with classmates and influential professors; obviously what did you did after Dartmouth that you would like to share with your classmates – post-graduate education, military service, marriage and family, careers, community involvement, etc.; and, probably of most interest to your classmates, what you plan to do NEXT and what led you in that direction.
First Breakfast with the 17s a Great Success
Major Projects Approved: The Road Turns Safe Home
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