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David T Yu
Posted on the 2023-07-05 at 20:00
WOW!  35 year HHS reunion....Where did time go?
Posted on the 2019-09-19 at 20:00
The full graduation ceremony from 1988 has been posted on YouTube!
Karissa Kosak (Kari Kelly)
Posted on the 2018-04-19 at 20:00
Looking forward to seeing old faces & friends!
Lucinda Livingston Hochsprung
Posted on the 2018-03-13 at 20:00
I'm so looking forward to our 30th reunion.  I learned about it from a dear classmate when I was ushering at School of Rock.  I'm off Facebook since I do in home health care and need to keep a low profile on social media.  I do want to share I was filmed for the ALS Gala and fundraising apparently the video was replayed on Facebook during Give to the Max Day.  It can be seen on YouTube: ALS Respite Care.  It was a thrill to hear my name being read by Cathy Wurzer.

As we will be soon be turning 50 it would be fun to gather again in an informal gathering in a couple years.

 I stopped by Hopkins High this spring and talked to students who were outside near the memorial tree they liked the dedication.
Heather Cicharz
Posted on the 2018-01-18 at 19:00
Ready 4 the reunion and just checking in
Posted on the 2011-09-15 at 20:00
I didn\'t attend Hopkins HS, but was dating a girl from there I met while cruising the old Hopkins Main Street (Excelsior Blvd).  Consequently I recorded your Class of \'88 Graduation ceremony off of the local Cable Access TV, in Beta.  I have since transferred that recording to my computer HD, and can make DVD\'s from it.  This means that anyone who would like a copy of their HS Graduation can now have it on DVD!  I hope this doesn\'t flood me with a ton of request though....
Pat Asplund
Posted on the 2010-10-20 at 20:00
I found a Hopkins 1988 senior ring (female) with the initials KKM on the inside. I would appreciate help in locating this person.Please respond to the above email address.Thank you
Pat ASplund
Posted on the 2010-10-20 at 20:00 
Ted Shogren
Posted on the 2010-07-31 at 20:00
Just read in the newspaper today that Paul Beneke passed away on July 25th.  He had been living in Medford, OR.  More info
Keith R. McElwain
Posted on the 2010-06-07 at 20:00
Hey guys,
     If anyone has lost their yearbooks and would like yearbooks from Katherine Curren 1982 (1) book, West Jr High 1982-1985 (3) books, and Hopkins High School 1985-1988 (3) books. email me, they\'re free but the only kicker is that they are signed.  I was going to  donate them to the Hopkins Historical Society but thought maybe a classmate would like them more. Let me know, take care, Keith  Romans

Keith R. McElwain
Posted on the 2010-06-07 at 20:00
Hey guys,
     If anyone has lost their yearbooks and would like yearbooks from Katherine Curren 1982 (1) book, West Jr High 1982-1985 (3) books, and Hopkins High School 1985-1988 (3) books. email me, they\'re free but the only kicker is that they are signed.  I was going to  donate them to the Hopkins Historical Society but thought maybe a classmate would like them more. Let me know, take care, Keith  Romans

Ted Shogren
Posted on the 2008-11-10 at 19:00
The first snow was flying in Minneapolis today and a hot, humid reunion seemed like it was only a week ago.
It reminds us of how time flies and how vital it is to acknowledge that which is important. Namely a reunion of 20 years.
My email in-box has been full since the reunion from old and new friends again.  I still get comments from many of you on the success of the reunion. Despite a computer/name-tag snafu, we puled off a grand event with only 4 months planning and a shoestring budget.
If you feel inclined, please give thanks to a few of your fellow classmates who put in enough work to qualify for a part time job.  Eric Raarup, Maria Walerius-Cleveland, Brad Kaplan & Dedra Woodward. There are also thanks due to all of you who helped with phone marathons, hours of volunteering & research to help find all 644 of us. 
With a few extra monies in the budget, the reunion committee was able to pay all expenses incurred for the reunion. We were also able to plant a new memorial tree on the HHS campus  to remember our classmates from 1988, who are no longer with us. We are the only class from HHS to have ever done such a memorial. We were also able to host our website for another five years.
See you all in 2013!
Mike Klaphake
Posted on the 2008-10-27 at 20:00
   WOW! The pictures of Homecoming & the tree dedication are great. It just makes me even more sad that I missed it & missed time spent with old friends. I am really glad that someone was able to get all of this together, it says something about not only our class, but about us as people. I know that I think about fallen classmates from time to time & probably always will. 
Posted on the 2008-10-17 at 20:00
Photo corrections many thanks to Todd Finn.

Photo #3 Doug Derosier is in the blue shirt.

#5 it is Steve Simon not Sam 

#6 It is Troy Finn then Todd Finn Jesse Toutges is in the white shirt.

Bleacher seat photo Troy Finn is in the 2nd row and Todd is seated behind Karen.
Maria Wallerius Cleaveland
Posted on the 2008-10-13 at 20:00
Thanks for sharing the pictures from the tree dedication!  Hopkins High looks the same, but different.  Wish I could have been there.
Posted on the 2008-10-06 at 20:00
Hey you guys!  Check out the Homecoming photos.
Lucinda Hochsprung
Posted on the 2008-10-05 at 20:00

Video was taken of the tree dedication a nice plaque was made and read: This tree is a living memory of all those who graced these halls.  As in youth we grew together, let this tree and its branches that spring forth, remind us of our classmates who have passed on before us.  May they be cherished in our memories forever.  Hopkins Class of 1988

I do not know who composed that how beautifully put.

I took pictures inside the school for those who have not been inside for awhile.  And of those who stayed for the game.  There was a couple of kids who were arrested before they were able to streak, although one kid completed his mission.  Sorry no pictures were taken.  A good thing the fence post had no barriers.

I must say it was great to see the school spirit from all grade levels there were all ages there.  As much as our beloved Metzold field I think having a football field on campus is a good thing.

They now at half time have a hip hop dance group.  How wonderful to have anyone able to join, the male dancer took center stage.

It would be neat to make it an annual alumni tradition.

Michael sparky Klaphake
Posted on the 2008-09-29 at 20:00
 I am sorry that I was unable to join everyone for  homecoming & the tree dedication, but My Bach. party was Sat. & my fiance's bridal shower was Sunday so we had a house full of out of town guests. I look forward to hearing about the evening & am going to get over to the school soon to see it. Thank you again to all who have been setting these events up.
Libby Rydell
Posted on the 2008-09-25 at 20:00
Hello all !!  I'm looking forward to seeing many people tonight that weren't able to make it to the reunion in July.  Dave & Busters is 1 option... that direction (North) isn't real convenient for some of us that live south of the school.  Other options like Maynards, Scoreboard, dwntwn Hopkins bars etc... might work better for others.  Some of us that have been blessed w/ overnight babysitters might be able to hop around from one to another??  Please post ideas so that we can try to see as many people as possible. 
Joel Evans
Posted on the 2008-09-16 at 20:00
Hi everyone,

I was thinking that Dave and Busters might be a good place for after the homcoming game.  It is a straight shot up to Maple Grove from school.  I hope many of you will be at the game.  Be well.

Joel Evans
Amy Ophaug-Smith
Posted on the 2008-08-20 at 20:00

Last night I was flipping channels, there was nothing on TV and I was burned out on the Olympics, so I ended up on HBO.  Mallrats was playing and I ended up watching it as it was filmed at the old Eden Prairie Mall...
I got to the end of the movie and saw someone that looked exactly like someone we know.  Randy Buendorf, or what looked exactly like Randy was sitting in the front row of the audience.  If it wasn't you Randy I don't know how they duplicated your dimples on a look alike.  :)

Rick Marker
Posted on the 2008-08-12 at 20:00
I heard what a great time the reunion was!  Sorry I had to miss it but I will be there for the next one (25 or 30).  The pictures and video brings back good memories of a great time of our lives.  Looking back knowing what I know now....well nevermind!

Thanks to those that called me during the reunion (Steph and Kerstin too).

Chad E. Ault
Posted on the 2008-08-08 at 20:00

What an incredible night! Exciting, yet overwhelming for both Manuela and myself. I would say that I've only seen roughly 2% of our fellow classmates outside of our graduation ~ making twenty years seem like an eternity. Needless to say, I felt at ease and truly enjoyed the time shared on that Saturday night (I believe I was in Albania during the ten year reunion in yet another conflict). Thank you for taking the time to share your greetings and well-wishings to us both! Continue to support the website with updated information and photos - thanks again Eric for your continued support and upgrades of this valuable site!

My return to Iraq was an emotional escapade ~ always treasure your time with family and friends, and never take that time for granted. You would think that "good-byes" would get easier after so many are given ~ it is definitely the opposite! I left Killeen, Texas on the 5th of August and slept in my own bunk back at FOB Caldwell by the 8th of August, after virtually no quality sleep over that 72 hour span. With under six months until our return and the completion of this current deployment, I ask that all of you keep us in your thoughts and prayers for a safe return, and an end to this and other conflicts going on throughout our tender world.

Just a couple of shout-outs ~ thank you Ted and the whole committee for a wonderful night. Your hard work did not go unnoticed! Lucinda, my dear, thank you for your consideration and generosity; Manuela and I are truly thankful. For Amy (Chapman) and Natalie (Ojeda), without the both of you, my travels to the Calhoun Beach Club would not be minimized by a couple of minutes (what a wicked shout-cut), and breaking the law through an illegal u-turn brought out the rebel in all of us. Julie and Brian Setzer, thank you for attending this special night with you ever-demanding schedule (I'm still kicking myself in the rear for not asking "The Stray Cat Guy" for his autograph - I even have Mr. Rogers autograph for Christ's sake)...and Julie, if you are reading this. I need your help on this one! Jim Sexton and the Sandwiches ~ thank you for an incredible prelude ~ Friday night was a blast (the chicken singing "Creep" by Radiohead made my night! Krista ~ thank you for not bringing your husband (I had you all to myself - JK)! Karyn and Natalie (to include Krista) ~ true friends truely never fade away ~ I love all of you to pieces!  Todd and Troy Finn ~ thank you for not beating me up (actually had a very nice conversation with both of them ~ just don't pass it around ~ might tarnish the rep!).  And finally, for those that were unable to attend ~ you missed a wonderful opportunity to reunite with "our" yesteryear and to invest in "our" future. The "our", of course, is the "Class of 1988".

My sincere thanks to everyone involved with thuis memorable evening ~ I'm looking forward to our next event.  Take care of yourselves and stay safe!

Chad E. Ault

Joel Evans
Posted on the 2008-08-06 at 20:00

Hey All,

I just took a tour of the new and improved Hopkins High.  What a trip back in time. It was a treat to see what has taken place in the building.  The business/art wing has been extended and a new auditorium has been build off what was the office area by the old main entry.  I walked into what was the mall and swear I saw a flying tennis ball. I ducked.  The mall has been converted into the admin offices.  Off the back of the school is the new Lindberg center.  If you want to see it for yourself, the new main entry is open M-F.  Just go to the new offices in the mall to anounce your presents.  The staff was nice and welcomed my visit.


Juliet Pfeffer-Bollin
Posted on the 2008-08-05 at 20:00
WOW....has time fly by.  It was SUPER GREAT to see everyone......everyone looks the same, just a little  Ted, want to thank you and your committee group for putting on a great reunion.  There was so many people to talk to and so little time.  I have to keep an eye on the website for "homecoming event thing".


I have downloaded the pics I took at the reunion in the Reunion 2 book.

Hey Ted or anyone in the reunion commitee, I would be interested in helping with future reunions, just email me :o)

CHIT CHAT LATER..............Jewels
Posted on the 2008-08-05 at 20:00
Thank you thank you thank you.... I had a wonderful time at the reunion... and just now managed to see the tape and pictures....
I always have said that the best class out of HHS was the class of 88 ...and once again I have been proven right!   my best to all of you

Ramon I. Reina... social worker for class of 88
Libby Rydell
Posted on the 2008-08-01 at 20:00
Homecoming sounds like a wonderful event to reconnect with one another again!! A more casual, down-to-earth setting will be nice. Less pressure in figuring out what the heck to wear! Joel Evans... I KNOW that you can find shoes to match that dress by then!! If you need help just call me!!! I LOVE shoes and would be more than happy to assist you with your quest for the "perfect" match. I agree wholeheartedly with Joel about not having participated in much during our highschool years... and how the reunion put a different spin on things. I look forward to running into everyone in the future!!
Krista (Kyllo) Griffin
Posted on the 2008-07-28 at 20:00
What a fantastic event!  I am so pleased I flew in for this.  It was wonderful to see everyone and to see how much everyone has changed.  I look forward to the next one!
Joel Evans
Posted on the 2008-07-28 at 20:00
I know if it was not for the committe, the reunion would not have happend or not been as grand of an event.  So, Thank you for your time, energy, and fiscal input to the cause.  I must say I had as many happy tears as laughs, so I own that to all of you.  It was wonderful to see evweyone stay away from the old circles and open up to all individuals.  I myself was not much of a student or participant in extra activities in school, so I felt left out as I needed to work a lot back then.  This meeting of the minds has brought forth a positive spin on my school years and will continue.  I will work hard to become closer to all that are willing.  Life is short and it is time to start living.  Thank you my friends for the second chance.

Joel Evans
Paul Rockswold
Posted on the 2008-07-28 at 20:00
I just have to say two things. Well maybe three. The first is, everybody looked fantastic. What was very cool and a bit strange was that I recognized so many people without even seeing name tags. Second, I am kicking myself for not attending the event. I was with my kids the past two weeks and could not find anyone to babysit for them. Lastly, I see some entries below of people interested in getting together sooner than later. Someone said next year which would be much better than waiting another five. And I believe the suggestion for even Homecoming would be most awesome! If anyone is up for this, you can contact me at my home email or facebook! Again, great job to the planning committee (looked amazing) and hello to all who attended and hope we can get together soon! Paul Rockswold
Chris Soland
Posted on the 2008-07-28 at 20:00
Joel, you have me feeling all warm and fuzzy inside. I have to say I was slightly disappointed in the fact you weren't wearing the dress you had spoke of earlier. Were you not able to find matching shoes? I would like to thank all those responsible for setting up the event and everyone in attendance. I had a wonderful evening. It's amazing how something like this can cut through all the years of grinding away - the day to day grayness and let a little sun and color back in where you hadn't even realized it was missing. Not to say I haven't led a happy life but just as they say it can always be worse, I believe it can always be better. Anyway, thank you all for a fabulous evening. To all the old friends I reconnected with, please, lets stay in touch. To all the new friends, I look forward to knowing you better. Evans, don't give up, those shoes are out there somewhere!!  ;)

Tracey Torvik
Posted on the 2008-07-28 at 20:00
Looks like everyone had a wonderful time! I wish I would of been there. I'll just have to wait until the next time. I loved reading about everyone and what they've been up to.

Great job on making the reunion a hit!!!
Posted on the 2008-07-28 at 20:00

Just to let you know Brad Kaplan has been the master of the database list and updating it.  Brian and Kim Wilson, Karen Hintermeyer helped find people too.

I hope people keep updating there sites with new pictures and information.  I hope my sister Linnea (1987) will let me post photos of her boys Brenden 8 and Cam 5.  When they are in high school I will be cheering for the Orioles they love to play hockey.  Their Dad (Tim Donahue) is the head hockey coach for St. Louis Park.  His first year as coach for SLP they went to State for the first time in about 40 years. 

Tim was right about 20th reunions people go back to before they were teenagers good decent selves.  I was happy to see and experience that. 

Maya Bastian
Posted on the 2008-07-27 at 20:00
Thanks to all who put the reunion together, and thanks for this site too! It was fun seeing everyone and catching up.
Mike Klaphake
Posted on the 2008-07-27 at 20:00
  THANK YOU!! To all who worked so hard to make this come together,you did a wonderful job. There were so many more people I wanted to talk to that time didn't allow. Thank you to all who traveled great distance to be there. It's been a long time since we have most of each other but so many memories came flooding back as most of us spent so much time together while we grew up. I hope that we can renew old friendships & build new ones. 
  To those of you who missed this one, you better not miss the next one!!
Joel Evans
Posted on the 2008-07-27 at 20:00
What a wonderful event the group put together.  It was full of giggles and happy tears remembering the crazy and stupid stunts we pulled off in school. I wish everyone good health and hope to see you all againg soon.  The idea of a homecoming event is a great idea.  Also, lets keep Chad and Mark in our thoughts while they are fighting for freedom.
Posted on the 2008-07-26 at 20:00

I forgot Kris Glaser (Camp).  Also her Mom graciously worked the door.  Many thanks.

Stacy Segal
Posted on the 2008-07-26 at 20:00
Thank You so much to all that put so much effort into the reunion.  Ted, Lucinda, Dedra, Maria, Kim, Kris and anyone else that stepped up to the plate...You Rock!
The evening flew by and it was so much fun!

Travis Bebo
Posted on the 2008-07-26 at 20:00

Thanks To the committee for all your hard work and your time to get this reunion done.  It was a  blast and I know it was alot of work and money you had to put out, so thank you very much.  Was so fun to see everyone again I felt like i was young again. So hope  its not another 10 years to see everyone again.  not sure if this site will stay up but if you need donations to do that let me know Thanks alot Travis Bebo

Lucinda Hochsprung (Livingston)
Posted on the 2008-07-26 at 20:00
I am so happy so many were able to come.  The time flew by and there were so many I wish I would have been able to talk with. 

I think Chad Ault should get grand prize for have traveled the furthest, and his wife Manuela for sharing Chad on his leave, unfortunately he will have another tour in Iraq.  
I want to keep all of our classmates who are serving in the armed forces to keep out of harm's way, and come home soon.  (I got a hold of Mr. Lauder English teacher at NJH and he wrote back to "Duck and Cover" he was a nurse in the Vietnam War and was not going to cut his hair until the Vietnam Vets were remembered.)

This reunion was definately a team effort Amy Lussier, Allison Reese, Dawn Saxton, Dedra Woodward, Eric Raarup (Website), Jeff Carlson, Kevra Andreason, Maria Wallerius, Patty Hegre, Ted Shogren.  I think of when we started the database of contacts kind of like that commerical by Faberiege shampoo," you tell two friends and they told two friends and so on... "  I want to thank personally everyone I hounded on to get the word out.

My understanding we will keep this site for at least a year, hopefully indefinately.  Please encourage others it will be nice to know we found everyone it will make the next reunion easier.

Would there be any interest in an informal gathering at the Hopkins High Homecoming, with going to a bar afterwards? (It was a good idea of Mike's)  It would be great to get a tour of the school, I understand it is hard to go in and look around.

Also any interest next summer to meet somewhere locally and informal in lieu of waiting until our 25th?

I need to plug my part time job anyone who would like to volunteer usher at the Orpheum, State, and Pantages theatre let me know and I can get you set up.  I am personally looking forward to the Broadway Show Wicked. 
Libby Rydell
Posted on the 2008-07-26 at 20:00
OMG!!! The reunion was absolutely wonderful!!!  Thanks to all that put their time and efforts into the planning of it all!  Thanks to all that attended... it was so nice see everyone.  I am hoping that through this website and facebook more of us can connect on a more regular basis... distance isn't an excuse anymore with the internet at our fingertips! I hope to see a lot of wonderful pics from last night online soon!! Take care, God Bless and thanks for a very memorable evening!!  L
Mike Klaphake
Posted on the 2008-07-25 at 20:00
   Has anyone been to the C.B.C. before? We were Just wondering what to wear. Don't want to over-under dress. ( Don't get out much!! )
Micki Galinson Litton
Posted on the 2008-07-25 at 20:00
I been to View, the restaurant on the first floor of CBC and the dress runs from smart casual to a bit more dressed,  but if you wear a pair of nicer jeans or khaki pants with a polo type shirt or a button down, you will be just fine.  Many of the girls are wearing casual dresses or skirts, also just as many are wearing pants, cropped or long, as well.  Hopefully those girls will wear tops, too.  Well, some of us hope that... :)
I kind of think of the dress as being like the type of clothes you might find at a Banana republic store, or somewhere like that. I know, too much info, but I hope it helps.
who cares
Posted on the 2008-07-25 at 20:00
pretty sure you can wear whatever you want as long as you have clothes on!
Micki Galinson Litton
Posted on the 2008-07-25 at 20:00
I personally don't care what anyone wears, I just answered Mike's question he asked on this site.
Mike Klaphake
Posted on the 2008-07-25 at 20:00
Thank you.
debra rollefstad (cochran)
Posted on the 2008-07-23 at 20:00
Hey everyone! 20 yrs? already? I just found out and won't be there. If your ever in Cook,Mn. Let me know we can get together and catch up!
Have a great time at the reunion!
Michele Hamilton (Tweed-Markuson)
Posted on the 2008-07-23 at 20:00
Hey gang, sorry that I won't be at the reunion this time, but I just found out about it yesterday. 

I still love you guys and hope to run into you at the next reunion. I will be thinking of all the fun you will be having while I am at the hospital working this weekend. 

Please feel free to email me if you want to keep in contact (my schedule is crazy and email works better than phone).

Have a toast for me,
Stu Lindborg
Posted on the 2008-07-23 at 20:00

   Also keep in mind our leader and King, Jim Sexton, (King is a lifetime post by the way) is performing a one-off reunion show with his former band - THE SANDWICHES - at the 400 bar Friday night. Do what you want before 10:30 - 11pm but then it's the 400.

Unfortunately Jim has proclaimed your attendance mandatory so some of us will need to adjust our schedules. He drums, he sings and does a bit of acting too. The D'wiches final show and YOU will be a part of it. ALL HAIL KING SEXTON (and such and whatnot).
Pattty Hegre
Posted on the 2008-07-21 at 20:00

There are also some folks gathering at Maynard's in Excelsior Friday night... near the bonfire pit around 7:00 pm. Make a night of it and hit both spots!

Eric Knab
Posted on the 2008-07-20 at 20:00

For those interested in Score Board, it's off of Shady Oak Road in Minnetonka -  I'm not sure what time people will start showing up.  I'm thinking sometime after 8:00. 

Eric Knab
Posted on the 2008-07-20 at 20:00
At the ten year, as some may recall, there was a bit of a pre-reunion party at Score Board. It was quite entertaining. Some of us class of ’88 grads are planning on continuing the tradition. Hopefully we’ll see you there Friday night, otherwise, we’ll see you Saturday.            
MIke Elliott
Posted on the 2008-07-16 at 20:00
Hey! Stu? You're looking good buddy! You lost a little hair, but you lost a little weight too! 
See you at the reunion!
Stu Lindborg
Posted on the 2008-07-16 at 20:00
Hey Elliott - 

Lucinda Hochsprung (Livingston)
Posted on the 2008-07-16 at 20:00
Hi all,

I think Rick Marker gets first prize for creative picture he had a photo with a bald head.  Second goes to Stu Lindberg.  Third prize to Dan Trockman for the photo of the guy from Mad Magazine.

Erik Kvalseth gets first prize for his creative prose what he's been up to snaps regarding  memory loss.  Brian Wilson for occupation you will have to check it out yourself what a hoot.

Grand prize to Amy Chapman for picking out a photo that most resembles 1980's look.  

It has been fun watching this website expand it was around nine pages in early May.  Please encourage others you know to post if they are not web shy.
Karyn (Koski) Hintermeister
Posted on the 2008-07-08 at 20:00
Look who I found!!  I was doing a little I see who I could track down.  Check out page 10 of this PDF...our very own Darla Fellner (Eiden).  

I think she's got us all beat...  ;-)

See y'all in a few weeks!
David Fessenden/lyric
Posted on the 2008-07-04 at 20:00

sup all !
Google Fessenden/lyric

Libby Rydell
Posted on the 2008-07-03 at 20:00
Wow! 20 years have gone by already!  I'm really looking forward to seeing how much (or little) everyone has changed.  Remember when 40 seemed ancient!?  Thank you so very much to all that have contributed to putting this reunion together!  It's sure to be a memory making night!
Jamie Banks
Posted on the 2008-07-01 at 20:00

The organizing committee is relentless!  I've received countless phone calls about the reunion - great job guys.  Unfortunately I am going to be in Mpls the week before to visit the family...I look forward to seeing the pictures.  Jamie

greg Peterman
Posted on the 2008-06-07 at 20:00
20 years has flown by.  Looking forward to seeing how much all of you have changed...of course, I am sure certain people havent changed much!  You know who you are...
I am pretty positive that I have forgotten more names than I actually knew..hmmm how does that happen.
Thanks everyone for the web site and arranging all the reunion stuff.  Spreading the word on my end. 

See you soon.
Heather Cicharz
Posted on the 2008-06-03 at 20:00
Hi too evryone I hung out with back in the day, the ten was too much fun, but we still had a lot of growing up to do. Cant wait too see evferybody. Much thanx for setting up this site
roalndo weigman
Posted on the 2008-05-30 at 20:00
to all of you who went to the 10 year thank you for one hell of  a night of partying  hopefully you guys still got it i know i do!!!!!
rolando weigman
Posted on the 2008-05-30 at 20:00
lets party
Micki Galinson Litton
Posted on the 2008-05-05 at 20:00
Hi, Everyone!  I looked at last year's reunion website (for class of '87) and it looks like they got a party bus for the night of the reunion.  Should we get a sign-up and see if there's interest? 
Also,  Friday night pre-gathering (barn-burner, Ted)  would be a great way to convince people who might be on the fence about whether or not to come in town, as there would be more than one night of festivities...
Thanks to everyone who is working so hard to make this an amazing reunion!
Micki Galinson (Litton)
Rick Eberhart
Posted on the 2008-04-30 at 20:00

What do you think about a round 2, and running for president again in 08?

Dedra Woodward
Posted on the 2008-04-25 at 20:00
hey... speaking of Chad, his entry says he will be home in June for a short visit. maybe a mini reunion with him if he can. I know classmates from 20 yrs ago are not on the priority list when home on leave though!
So Ted, where is this barn burner going down at? lol
Ted Shogren
Posted on the 2008-04-18 at 20:00
Could Everyone PLEASE get the word out about this site!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The comitte will have to hunt down those who have not found "us" yet.  Need your help to send this web address to all 88´ alum. that you know.

Pictures seem to make the site more interesting and make us all the more curious abouth the reunion.

Everyone I´ve been working with on the commitee I knew verry little in H.S., yet we are having a total blast geting to know eacjh other again.  Its been amazing.  Muckh more interesting that we thought.
I think we ought to have a "Barn Burner" at some bar the friday before the reunion.  Who wants to do it?
p.s. would everyone please slap Chad Ault on the back when you can and say thanks.
Mike Klaphake
Posted on the 2008-04-17 at 20:00
  Thanks to all who are working on this. I look forward to seeing everyone.
Posted on the 2008-04-09 at 20:00
Hi to everyone and thanks to all that have a hand in planning this great event.  I look forward to seeing you all in July.
Joel Evans
Posted on the 2008-04-09 at 20:00
Hi to everyone and thanks to all that have a hand in planning this great event.  I look forward to seeing you all in July.
Carolee Kent (Shannon)
Posted on the 2008-04-09 at 20:00
It will be a long drive from Texas..but I can't wait to see y'all. Hope to be there and catch up. Thanks to everyone who is working to put this together.

Rick Marker
Posted on the 2008-04-06 at 20:00
Thanks Rupp!!  Looking forward to seeing you all, especially Buendorf.  I hear he ballooned to close to 300 lbs.
Posted on the 2008-04-06 at 20:00
Raarup - great site.

Look forward to seeing everyone.  Heard marker has a comb over and grew a mustache. 
Chandler C. Murphy, Sr.
Posted on the 2008-04-04 at 20:00
It's hard to believe it's been 20 years... amazing, isn't it?
Mike LeSage
Posted on the 2008-04-03 at 20:00
Thank Raarup for pulling together this website! Now we just have to find *all* of our 650 classmates!!