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Our 45th Reunion June 3-5, 2022: Oh what are we to pack?!

Wellesley, Wellesley, only to be there!  

We are days from the 1977 Class Reunion. Your reunion committee cannot wait to see you back on Campus (and your cheeky grins)! Apparently, there are 111 of us who will be coming to campus to remember our college days. If you are one of those who are packing for our fun-filled weekend, click on the title of this news article to read some suggestions...

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In Memoriam

Sunday, May 15th

As we look forward to our 45th Reunion on June 3rd - 5th and the joy of sharing each other's company, we took the opportunity to remember those classmates no longer with us, yet who remain a part of us in memory and spirit.  We joined virtually to honor and celebrate their lives. Helen Kriz Marshall, our In Memoriam  Chair and Reverend Irene Monroe welcomed everyone. Kim Gilbert, Sherry Zitter and Reverend Irene then shared how different faiths and cultures remember their deceased. Laura Becker-Lewke lead us in a meditation using a labyrinth, a vehicle for reflection and meditation in many traditions.  The emotional center piece of our time together was a very moving video commemorating all 36 classmates we have lost created by Linda Coulombe Roybal and her daughter Mekenna Minor.   We also sang This Little Light of Mine to a gallery view of candlelight and we shared memories in breakout rooms. Some stayed on after the end of the formal program to continue those conversations.

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Quinquennial Class Meeting

Friday, May 6th

7:30 - 8:30 PM ET

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Join us! Our Class Meeting takes place every five years, usually at Reunion. This year, our meeting will be virtual and held prior to Reunion. Wellesley College President Paula Johnson will drop by to greet us. You will have a chance to meet the Class officers nominated to serve for the next five years (see their introductions later in this message) and vote to elect them. You will get a peek at the Class Record video. Robyn Frey will demonstrate how to make one of our 45th Reunion signature mock/cocktails. (The recipe will be provided closer to the meeting.) All in an hour's time.

 

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VIRtUALLY VERDANT: Disco Fever! Refresh Your Dance Moves

Sunday, April 24, 2022

What fun! We took our Reunion theme "Party Like It's 1977!" to heart and practiced our Disco moves on Sunday.  The Saturday night dinner at Reunion will include a dance floor and 1970s playlist, so some of us will be packing your dancing shoes.  As a warm up, Adele Morrissette, now a competitive ballroom dancer, and her dance partner Yury guided us through some Disco dance basics to help folks get ready for the party at Reunion. Folks not attending Reunion also joined us at this energizing practice session. We "got our groove on", or at least some of us did.

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VIRTUALLY VERDANT: Lost Art of Upcycling Clothing and Embroidering Gifts

In honor of Earth Day, Sherry Zitter suggested we start in own own homes when looking for ways to care for our planet by moving closer to a sustainable lifestyle. In a very collaborative session she showed us how to repurpose tired or torn textiles and create unique homemade gifts from the heart, or repair clothes to be both appealing and functional by using what you already have on hand. We were encouraged folks to watch and learn, or bring fabric scraps we enjoy, along with needle, thread, and some scissors to work on a project.

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