Letter: BCHS class of 1991 reunion planned this weekend

To the editor:

Just to let people out there who don’t Facebook, Tweet, etc., that the class of 1991 of Brown County High School will be celebrating 25 years of post-graduation bliss on Saturday, July 2, at 6 p.m. at Mike’s Dance Barn.

Because they want to see lots of friends they bumped into in the halls, teased, dated or just miss from years ago, they have invited the class members of 1988 through 1994 and brave enough faculty to join in the festivities.

For only $25, one will receive a dinner, a non-alcoholic drink, the opportunity to dance, gab, fool around and marvel at how old/young, interesting/boring, slim/not so, their friends of bygone days have become.

The party wraps up at midnight. You must be 21 years old to attend. Since it is a holiday weekend, maybe plans will be hatched to do something else.

I want to thank the class for planning a get-together that will bring my daughter, Beth Simon, and her friends, Melissa Carney as well as Jennifer Klinger, back home for awhile. Maybe I’ll even attend, if allowed.

You can call me, or Judy Klinger Roscoe 988-4321, or sign up on Facebook, or contact Jennifer Klinger Robey at jenniferroby@hotmail.com.

Rita Simon, Brown County

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