Don’t be left out!

One of the GREAT components of our reunions is the “Reunion Booklet” that lists current info on our classmates .   A huge amount of work goes into searching for classmates. A huge amount of work goes into organizing the info. So, time is of the essence! EVERYONE is on the SEARCH committee! Here’s what we need ALL ’72 classmates  to do NOW:
*WE NEED your name (including name in high school PLEASE), address, phone (indicate cell and or home), employment status, relationship status, name of spouse/significant other, children and a few words you’d like classmates to know.  EMAIL THIS INFO TO (put your name in the subject line) AHS40@LIVE.COM
*If you have emailed SOME of the info listed above, email info not sent in before to AHS40@LIVE.COM (PLEASE PUT YOUR NAME ON THE SUBJECT LINE).
*Please contact your circle of classmate friends and ask them to email (offer to email for them if they don’t use email themselves) the info listed above to AHS40@LIVE.COM
*Email any “leads” you have for our classmates to AHS40@LIVE.COM
Thanks in advance for helping find classmates!
Jay Smith and Debbie Kolendo Wilson
Communications Committee
Ut Oh! Ms. Craig is headed down the hall with yard stick in her hand, looking for classmates that have NOT emailed their info to us.

 

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About Atlantic High School 72 Reunion 2012 Delray Beach FL

Atlantic High School was born from the consolidation of two great high schools - Seacrest High School and Carver High School. The class of 1972 was the first "official" class to graduate from Atlantic High School due to the previous class having the option to list Seacrest, Carver or Atlantic on their diploma. Suddenly, it's time for our 40th reunion. Where did the time go? We want everyone to attend this reunion (still in the planning stages). But, finding classmates, especially 40 years later, even with today's technology, is very difficult: names change, people move and we know at least 40 have passed away. So, EVERY member of AHS 72 is automatically a member of the "search and find" committee. Serioulsy. If you even think you know where a classmate may be - call them! If you know a member of a classmates family - call them!
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