The multi-class 2017 LHS Summer Reunion Party hosted by Gini Yegsigian is coming before you know it on October 7th. Now is the time to reserve your place. There is an attendance limit that is likely to be reached. The flyer below has all of the details.
Remember, this is the last year that Gini will be hosting this party. You do not want to miss it! Share this with your friends.
The 3rd Annual LHS Class of 1961-1964 Summer Reunion Party, hosted by Gini, is coming faster than you might think. It will be on Saturday, September 24th. Below (and attached) is the latest flyer produced by Ron Secory (62). It contains the information you need to reserve your spot.
Remember, as you send in your reservation to Gini, please email Ron, saying you have done so. His email address is email@example.com
Also, please invite at least one additional friend to the reunion party by forwarding this email or the flyer.
The above flyer describes the 2016 3rd Annual Leuzinger Summer Reunion Party hosted by Gini. The reunion party has grown larger and more popular each year. It is being held on Saturday, September 24th beginning at 4:00 pm.
The flyer includes most of the details about the party, including local hotels.
The cost to host the event has risen as it has grown. In fact, last year the hat had to be passed primarily due to some last minute cancellations. So for this year, the cost had to be increased to $50 per person, and a more formal reservation process has been adopted. The cost includes catered food and plenty to drink.
To RSVP, please do the following:
- Mail your check directly to Gini, whose address is shown on the flyer.
- As you do that, please email Ron Secory letting him know how many people your reservation is for. He is keeping the master list of attendees. Also include your preference to receive the Photo DVD or the Audio CD or both disks.
The deadline for reservations is September 3rd.
The maximum number of people Gin’s home can accommodate is 150. It is quite possible that the interest for this year will exceed that. So get your reservations in early so as not to be shut out.
Like last year, a photo DVD and CD of Oldies But Goodies, containing scores of songs from our time at Leuzinger are included in the $50. Ron Secory produced the audio CD last year and promises this year’s version will be not include any repeat songs.
Click on the figure to view the DVD trailer.
On September 19th, Gini Yegsigian hosted the the second annual LHS Summer Reunion Party. This year the party was open to the graduating classes of 1961-1964.
About 70 people attended this year, which was a tremendous increase over last year’s group. I suspect future editions are going to be the must-attend event of the summer.
If you were not able to attend this year, there is an 11-minute DVD that will clearly show you the fun you missed. The DVD was compiled and produced from the many photos contributed by several people by Ron Secory and Don Stouder. Those who went to the reunion will be receiving their DVD shortly.
For those of you who were not able to attend, you can receive a copy for $5 by sending a check payable to Don Stouder at the address below.
26812 Via Desmonde
Lomita, CA 90717
That’s right, the class list has now been expanded to cover Leuzinger graduating classes from 1961 through 1964.
Also, Gini’s phone number is somewhat hard to read in the flyer. It is (949) 830-3351. It will help us out if you would begin to RSVP. It is not necessary to send any money yet. You can send it later, or pay at the door. We’re just trying to get a handle on how many people to expect.
There has already been a lot of interest. If you are planning to attend from out of town, there are hotels nearby, one quite close to Gini’s house with reasonable rates, the Fairfield Inn.
Gini wanted me to remind all of you about the Class of 62-63-64 Reunion Party she is hosting on September 19th in just three months! Later this summer you’ll get the chance to RSVP. But for now, just mark your calendars.
By the way, if you are in contact with anyone from these classes, make sure they get the word, OK?