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|Class of 1985 - this year is 30 years! Time to get together & catch up!!
Labor Day weekend, 4-7 September 2015 in Ft Worth, TX -- Hyatt Place in the Historic Stockyards will give us a rate of $199 (plus 15% taxes) for Friday & Saturday nights and $139 (plus 15% taxes) for Sunday night. Rate includes breakfast, internet and parking. 40 rooms have been blocked -- more can be added. A link w/rate code will be provided upon request.
For Saturday night the proposal is Billy Bob's (in the Stockyards) for true Texas fun (rodeo, mechanical bull riding, pool, a little two-stepp'in and more) after dinner at Riscky's BBQ (approx cost $60-70 per person) .
For Sunday night a cocktail reception in the American Airlines lounge with a tour of AT&T (TX) Stadium (approx cost $90 - $125 per person).
Since there are several 1985 SAHSers living in the DFW area, if anyone want's to host an event at their home, I have great catering contacts for BBQ or whatever we want.
Final pricing will be determined once everyone has RSVPd. Please click on the link below or copy & paste into your browser to complete the survey NLT 1 June 2015:
Reunion is open to all SAHS grads.
Planning a Reunion? Let us help you get the word out!
If you and/or your fellow classmates are planning a reunion, we can help you find willing helpers and assist in getting the word out. With 2015 approaching, the classes with years ending in "0" and "5" may want to start planning soon!
What? Your Graduation Year doesn't end in 0 or 5, but you still want to plan a get-together? How about coordinating an "All Year" Reunion or a reunion for a particular decade? All have been done before and we can help you get started!
Classes of the 60's - Photos
Photos of the latest Classes of the 60s reunion (plus other reunion and vintage photos) are now on the internet. See the "Classes of the 60s" tab on the left for details.