Homecoming 2002            Friday, Saturday, November 1-2, 2002
Agenda for the Class of 1952

Thanks to the Reunion Team

2:30 p.m.   Pep Rally, Steer Gym  (An assumption:  not officially announced by school as yet)  
4:30 p.m.   Homecoming Parade on Main Street  (Details, when and where, later)  
6:00 p.m. No-host dinner at Spanish Inn, reserved room  
7:30 p.m. Steers vs. Lubbock Estacado.    Lane will arrange ahead of time for a block of seats together for our class.
The school does not release the tickets until Monday before a Friday game, so you need to contact Lane to reserve your seats.  You will get a form (by mail) to fill out for returning with with your check for game, meals, etc.  If you get no form, call 432-286-4033 and chew Lane's ears about it.
After game Howard College will hold open the Fireplace Room (across the parking lot to the west of the Stadium), and all classes are invited to come to visit.  

8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.


Joy Williams Hester will serve breakfast at her house from 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM at 2913 North Birdwell Lane.  Her house has streets on three sides:  Snyder Highway on the West, Farm Road 700 on the North, and Birdwell on the East. Find this intersection and look for her house among the pecan trees.

10 a.m.

Meet at the Country Club ballroom for decorating
Anyone interested in golf, volunteer your services to head it up.  It is available, which is one reason to meet at the Country Club.  The manager says they will accommodate our group if we choose to get up a tournament. 
 Email Lane if you have an interest.

12 noon No-host lunch at Country Club  
2 p.m. Hall of Fame Induction at the High School
3:30 p.m.

Tour of the York Research Project wind-driven electric generators

6:00 p.m. Meet at the country club for dinner.  Dinner served at 6:30.
Main program.   

We will break to take a  class picture.  The photographer will take your orders for the copies you want, and will take your money in payment for them.

We will honor the dead, celebrate the living, thank the workers, honor the faculty members present.
We will tell a few lies, reminisce about favorite memories, distribute the Book of Memories (please send us your short biographies - check this site under "Questionnaire" for a form to fill out).

Satin Strings Orchestra, from Odessa Permian High School, will play for us while we eat. They are fabulous!
8:30 p.m

Dancing at the Country Club -- A D.J. is lined up to play music of our school days on his good equipment at the Country Club.  Ron Sanders is making a master CD of songs of the era, which is what the DJ will play.  Also, you may buy copies of the CD for about $4.  What a deal!

After Hours Night-owls who still want to visit can "come-on-a-my-house".  Janice agrees to open our home for late-night visiting at 2605 Ann Drive in Kentwood.   Our phone 432-263-4033.  If I fall asleep, please don't wake me.