There will be a BHS REUNION on April 21 and 22
celebrating the 50th anniversary of the class of 1956

March 19, 2006
 

There will be a BHS REUNION on April 21 and 22 celebrating the 50th anniversary of the class of 1956 -  with invited classes of 1955  and 1957. Registration will be in the lobby of the Bailey Hotel both days.  Friday night , it will be "dinner on your own" with dancing to 50's music later in the evening in Zanga's Lounge in the Bailey. 
 
 Saturday morning at 10 AM the group will meet at Pythian Cemetery for a time to walk and share memories of our loved ones buried there.  At noon we will go to the Dugout/Rocky's for a 50's hamburger lunch, complete with curly-q potatoes and a bottle Coke  ( typical 50's date fare !!)
 
Saturday night, we will enjoy a sumptuous meal in the Magnolia Room at the Bailey Hotel. The common denominator for this group remains to be our love for Bunkie and for Louisiana.  Our speakers will be Mayor Gerard Moreau and Senator Don Hines, who will walk us through some of the catastrophic events of Hurricanes Katrina/Rita.  Additionally, Lynette Stokes Clarke will update us on the "Bunkie Beautiful" project.  After dinner, there will again be dancing to 50's music in Zanga's Lounge.
 
In addition to all of this, John Stagg - class of '56- (who has a publishing business in Texas) is printing and binding books for the class, complete with information on each '56 graduate.  There will also be a section dedicated to the deceased members of our class.
 
THEN , our good friend A.W. Knaps, has agreed to be present and take candid shots throughout the weekend, compiling them into CDs and DVDs.  We will take orders at the registration desk and in typical AW generosity, he will be selling them at no profit-- only for his supplies.
 
If there are others who wish to attend, they could contact me at 318-442-2304 or Carmen_Roy @msn.com There may be some slots available.


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