LHS CLASS OF 1978!
Also inviting classes of 1977 and 1979.
The dates of the 40th class reunion are June 22 and 23. On the 22nd, we will start at 6 pm, we will be at Brewskys in the Haymarket, 201 N 8th St. There will be an event menu available, along with drinks, which is on your own. The cover for the Dueling Pianos is waived.
On the 23rd, there will be golf at Crooked Creek. Please include along with your check if you are going to play golf as we need to give them a head count. Golf is on your own, with a 9:30 tee time.
There will be a tour of Lincoln High beginning at 10:00 am.
5:00 pm - we will be at Joe Jackson's acreage 1401 West Ridge Rd (just North off Denton Rd via SW12th). There will be beer, pop, and water, as well as Valentino's pizza and other food.
The cost for the weekend is $20 for an individual and $30 for a couple.
All checks should be mailed and made out to Dennis Scott, 336 Lyncrest Dr, Lincoln 68510. Please RSVP by June 11th.
We will also accept money at the events upon your arrival.
Contacts for this reunion:
Bonnie Amgwert 402-617-7900
Nancy Zalcmanis Connerley 402-890-4975
Dennis Scott 402-613-1471
Joe Jackson 402-432-0097
If you don’t see your class reunion listed on the schedule, please contact The Foundation for Lincoln Public Schools at 436-1612.
An additional resource you might want to access is the Lincoln High School Alumni Website. And if you are interested in other Lincoln Public School reunions, you will find a complete listing on the LPS Foundations Website.
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