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40th reunion slated for CWDHS class of ‘77

FERGUS - It’s a chance for former classmates to celebrate great memories and great times at the 40th reunion for Fergus High School / CWDHS Class of ‘77.

Alumni can join their classmates for the reunion on May 26 and 27.

Officials say it’s a chance to hear what everyone has been doing for the past 40 years and to re-acquaint them with Fergus.

ON May 26 there will be an informal get-together at the Brew House any time after 8pm for live music, drinks and appetizers.

During the day on May 27 there will be multiple happenings from which to choose including tours, bike rides, yoga classes and a not-so-secretive-un-official lunch at The Black & White restaurant around noon.

That evening (Saturday) join everyone for the actual reunion at The Fergus Curling Club from 7:30pm-11:30pm for dinner, dancing and plenty of surprises.

Participants are encouraged to bring their significant other so they can be completely bored hearing everyone reminisce.

The $35 per person fee includes: appetizers friday night + dinner and your first drink Saturday night (sorry, lunch at the Black & White is on your own).

Send a cheque or the total amount to Peggy Bauman, Box #9, Harriston ON N0G 1Z0 (make cheque payable to her name) or arrange an e-transfer to Peggy through her email: PeggyBauman@hotmail.com (make sure the security answer is “reunion” - no capital letters).

Attendees should let Bauman know if they will be attending Friday and/or Saturday (price is the same either way). Any extra money following the reunion will be donated to the Fergus Curling Club

Dress casual for both nights.

Anyone with special dietary needs or allergies, should email Jeff@JeffTobe.com to determine what can be done to  accommodate those needs.

April 21, 2017

 
 

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