By Stephany from Leesburg, FL
It would depend on what your class wants to spend. Every reunion my class has had(and this year it will be 51 years ago that we graduated), has just been a one day affair, in the town's city hall or whatever it is called in various parts of the country.
We had a catered dinner around 1PM. Registration was started at 11AM, and other than eating we visited, got reacquainted with some people we hadn't seen for a long time, we didn't have a dance or anything. It was mainly jeans and khaki type dress. Our school was closed several years ago and later razed, other than a new addition which has now become the town's fire hall. Some of the local business men went together and erected a granite monument listing the school's history from beginning to end.
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