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To the great class of ’94,

It’s Reunion time! We want you to put away the vacuum, close your laptops, and set down the baby’s bottle. Hear the Bell Tower? See Cochran Chapel? Feel the grass of the Great Lawn? You are being beckoned back to 01810. Answer the call, and pack your bags for Andover!
We have sketched out a fabulous weekend schedule for our class. We have instructors to teach classes, bagpipers to lead the parade, the Andover Bookstore to sell swag – now all we need is you. Join us in celebrating the best class, the class of ’94, at our 20th reunion.
Plan to arrive by Friday evening and check into your dorm room (embrace it!). Friday night’s dinner in the Cage is for everyone in all reunion classes. It’s kid-friendly, so if your family is coming, please bring them that night. Saturday during the day is a full schedule planned by the School, including opportunities to hear from John Palfrey. With sunny weather on the schedule, we will hit the Great Lawn in the afternoon and play stickball, kickball, and frisbee. Families welcome! Saturday evening, we will have our class dinner in the tent in front of GW, catered by our own Adrienne Pappadopoulos Schlow. This is an adults only event, but there are childcare options available. With a great dinner and great company, the evening will take its due course.
Please take a moment now to mark your calendar and sign up. Call your old dorm buddies and teammates, and ask them to join us. Get the chatter going on our facebook page and post some pictures. We look forward to seeing everyone in June!
Jenny Karlen Elliott, Tricia Marshburn Davis, Berk Nelson, and Megan Collins Wheeler

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