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We are planning a 20th high school reunion. What fun ideas can you share?
By Noleen from South Africa
At the last reunion I went to one of the gals had a bunch of questions about teachers, students and the school that were fairly relevent to the year we graduated (but not all). And whoever answered the question first got a prize.
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I am looking for some fun questions that could be asked to get re-acquainted with high school class mates at a 50th reunion of all women.
By Diane from Londonderry, NH
Check out this post;
Guess the Candy Shower Game
It was originally for a baby shower, but would work well with a reunion. After all, these are candies that these people grew up with.
How about asking: Who has the most grandchildren? Who has been married the longest? Who traveled the farthest?, etc. We did this and it, was really fun. Good luck. (09/04/2010)
I am looking for some fun questions for a 50th HS, all girl school, reunion.
By bertie lou from Chicago
An all girls class would give you the option of a PJ party at a local hotel. Some would be coming from out of town and would need accommodations anyhow. (05/13/2010)
What can we do for a fun school reunion? Three classes are meeting together. All are past the fiftieth reunion.
Mary Jane from Goliad, TX
We created a poster with peep doors asking the question for the period and opening the door to the answer. Totally inexpensive, but fun for all. An example: (outside of flap) What was the top hit for our graduating year on the radio? Inside flap-put the answer. Your questions are tailored to the group. It was fun brainstorming memories and looking on line for our graduating "year" to see what we had forgotten. Some questions and answers were personal like, Who shaved their head?, etc. Have fun with it in a small group, you will be amazed at what you remember. (07/01/2008)
By d bryson
We planned a weekend full of activities for our 40th high school reunion at the end of June. It was easy, because "the committee" consisted of myself and my friend. We had a Friday night Meet and Greet.
Saturday morning, we met at a monument in front of our high school. Two of our classmates are clergy. We held a brief, but moving, service to honor deceased classmates and faculty. We were standing under the bus-port in the pouring rain. Then, we went inside to have breakfast with those faculty members who were still alive. We got to tell them how much their preparation meant to us.
Next, we would have taken a school bus ride to a local state park. We had planned a Walk and Talk and to have box lunches. But, the rain and mud canceled those plans.
Saturday night we had our More Senior Prom. We danced and had a delicious dinner. We offered three choices. Sunday we had a clambake and it rained then, too.
Everyone tells us how much they enjoyed the reunion in the pouring rain. (03/05/2009)