The Ties That Bind


Dear Sensational Women of '66,

As we near another milestone, yes, our 45th!, we encourage you to save

June 3-5, 2011

and come back to the place where it all began.

From the perspective of our 60-something years, we understand more and more how special our time together was and how grateful we are that the bonds formed then have continued and, in many cases, grown deeper.

We will be sending periodic Reunion e-mails via our web angel, Pauline Angione, to keep you apprised of the plans for the weekend. A comprehensive brochure will be sent in April but, for now, we'll mention just a few highlights.


~ Our Friday Night Class Party will be on campus this year, probably in Medaille, which was, for many of us, our first home away from home.


The party will be in the Formal Lounge...Hats and gloves optional!


Because stay on campus if we wish. We're thinking it might be fun, even for the "locals," to stay on campus Friday night, don our robes. slippers and curler caps and have a big ol' pajama party following our class party.

Quiet hour??...You've GOT to be kidding!


The college is planning a wide variety of activities for Saturday including classes, tours, fun runs, wine tastings, etc. The Saturday Night Dinner will be off campus at Mario's, a restaurant near campus.


Are they ready for the class that did a conga line at the last reunion dinner??

~ Pauline will be updating our e-mail addresses so that everyone will be kept in the loop. We want all who can possibly come to be there! Send new/changed emails to Pauline at pauline@naz1966.org

Please help her find classmates if you can!

~ Kathie Spadoni Jenkins and Elaine Budnik Laboski will be collecting artifacts, photos, and other memorabilia for our

History Display.


Did anyone NOT burn her gym suit??


Kate Driscoll will be getting in touch about our Class Gift.


We had 69% participation at our last reunion.

and today's students need us more than ever!


~ Nazareth now has a mascot, the Golden Flyer. For the past few reunions classes have competed to see which of them could send a small, furry, stuffed version of the Golden Flyer to the most places around the globe...kind of like Flat Stanley.  Our class will receive four birds to be passed among us. Our job will be to take a creative photo with the bird, send it to the alumni office, then pass the bird to another classmate. The class that logs the most miles and visits by Reunion takes home the pride and the prize.

Check out www.flightoftheflyers.com for more details.

Enough for now...but please stay tuned. We have much to celebrate. Let's not miss the opportunity to be "all together again."

Fondly, Cathy LaLonde Butry and Karen Moore Larimer