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From the President

From the President

Class of 1964 President’s Message

The theme for our 50th Reunion was Reach Out and Reconnect. For the next five years or theme is Stay Connected. Lots of different ways to do so:

Keep our class secretary, Carol Jillson Barker up to date on your latest publications, your retirement, your new grandchlldren, your new volunteer projects, your travels or other news from your classmates via an email to or contact her directly at 843-342-6596 Deadlines for submissions are August 15, November 15, February 15 and April 15 of each year.

Before your next trip, look at the geographic index in the back of the Record book to see which classmates are in the area. Give them a call, have lunch. One classmate reported that she was seeing five different classmates on her way to Florida. Another reported that she provided “bed and breakfast” to a classmate she had not known at college who was attending a child’s college graduation in her area.

Think about taking a mini vacation to attend a class-sponsored event in an area you would like to visit. A number of classmates flew in to the San Francisco mini-reunion last year.

Sit down with the record book and a cup of tea and “read” a few entries. If an entry interests you, send the classmate an email. In the course of editing the record book I had a number of interesting email conversations with folk I had not known at all at college. They were very enjoyable.

And lastly, if you know of a classmate is very ill or has died or has lost a loved one, please let me know.

Wendy Snow Love, President