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ATTENTION ALL AYER PANTHERS
*****CLASSES OF THE 60'S********
The weekend of 9/23/16-9/25/16 the AHS Class of '66 will be holding their 50th Reunion Festivities!! We would like to extend a warm invitation to members of ALL Classes of the '60s to join with US in making this a memorable event!!
Three events have been planned:
Friday 9/23, there will be a gathering at Calvin Moore's BILLIARDS CAFÉ, 39 Main St, Ayer at 7:00 PM. No Cost-No reservation. Just come & mingle.
Saturday 9/24 there will be a tour of the recently renovated High School.
We are also working on a tour of the new Movie Production Facility on Devens.
Later join us at the BULL RUN, 215 Great Rd, Shirley at 7:00 PM for a night of Friends, Fun, Music and Dinner. Choice of Beef, Poultry or Vegetarian.
Tickets are $65.00/person or $120.00/couple. A portion of which will be allocated to the Ayer High Scholarship fund.
Sunday Morning 9/25, we will meet at the AYER Rod & Gun Club, 225 Snake Hill Rd, Ayer from 9:00- 11:00 AM. Enjoy a full buffet Brunch with your friends. Cost $8.00/person. Head Count would be appreciated.
Tickets for the Saturday event can be arranged by phone or email through the following members:
Norma (Solivan) Morrison: 978-833-1172 email@example.com
Aletta (Walsh) Chamberland: 860-748-8647 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sam Slarskey: 774-810-6467 email@example.com
All checks for payment should be made out to Norma Solivan Morrison/class66 SEND TO : Norma Solivan 11 Ayer-Shirley Rd., Ayer, MA 01432.
Please consider joining the website originally set up by the Class of ’66.
We are expanding it to encompass All Graduates from Classes of the ‘60s. Just go to www.ayer66.com! Easy to Join—No Cost! Any questions contact Thurlow deHorsey at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank You, Class of ’66 Reunion Committee:
Maribeth (Dynice) Finnerty, Bob Gardner, John Guthrie, Barbara
(Crockett) Hurley, John Kiedaisch, Sue (Cass) Leonard, Norma (Solivan) Morrison, David Salter, Sam Slarskey, Jim Wilkins and Thurlow deHorsey