It’s time for class reunions
Summertime means class reunions. A time to catch up with high school classmates, reminisce about the good times you had, and just hang out with friends that left a special mark on your life.The Glenwood Springs Post Independent has established a website link for you. Go to postindependent.com and click on the “Class Reunion Central” banner in the middle of the page to check it out. Send in your announcements, invitations, hellos, photos or whatever message you’d like to get out to your classmates.If you have a class reunion set for this summer, let us know, and we’ll establish a link so you can get your messages and photos posted.We also want those photos of classmates doing fun stuff – like the one of 1978 Glenwood Springs High School graduates Cheryl (Fergen) Bean on left and Chris (Odell) Wood spending time in Mexico in February.Of course, be sure to take lots of photos of the event, and we’ll get those posted, too.If you can take the embarrassment, those before-and-after photos would be great to see as well.Send all announcements, photos, etc. to email@example.com. Call 384-9110 if you need more information.
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