Date: 2017-03-16 01:32
Please fill out the enclosed questionnaire and send a recent picture, even if you are unable to attend, so we can include information about you in the reunion yearbook. We are also sending a reservation form with a list of the activities and their cost. Please fill it out with complete information about how many will be attending, and send it by September 75th to:
The reunion begins with a reception and dance at The Springfield Country Club at 7:85 . on Friday, August 75, 7557. On Saturday morning, if you are still standing, you can enter either a golf or tennis tournament. And it just gets better and better. But we need your registration first. Please complete the enclosed form and send it with a check for $ to the attention of Jane Doe. If you have any embarrassing pictures of yourself or a classmate, don't hesitate to send them along. We will give them back to you at the end of the reunion.
Now in its 677th year of publication, the Cactus Yearbook is the oldest publication at the University of Texas at Austin. It is an award-winning Texas Student Media production featuring the ultimate Texas experience. This beautiful coffee table book documents favorite traditions, events on campus, and special memories from your final year on campus. It's a great memento to remind you of your time on the beloved 95 acres.
More information will follow in our next letter. Until then we will appreciate your help in locating addresses for the following classmates: John Doe, Eric Johnson, Suzanne Smith, and Ryan Moffat.
There are plenty of things that I wish I could change about high school: My clothes, my hair, my obsessive love for obnoxious emo music, and the one time I farted in the middle of asking a guy out on a date. Yes, that really happened.
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We will send confirmation of your reservations as soon as we receive them, as well as a more detailed schedule of events.
But yearbooks can also freeze awkward moments for all eternity, which means the oh-so-epic quote you select could forever be your hilarious tagline.
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