REUNIONS

December 7, 2013 

REUNIONS

GUIDELINES

The deadline for reunions is noon Tuesday to submit announcements that will appear in the following Sunday’s paper. Submissions should be emailed to pfountain@macon.com with “Reunions” in the subject line. Fax submissions to 478-744-4385, attention of “Reunions.”

SCHOOL REUNIONS

Ballard Hudson Junior High Class of 1969 Old School Party

Dec. 14 at the Postal Carriers Union Hall on Jennifer Drive. Contact James “Chip” Jackson, 478-256-8892 or Robert “Pookey” Curry, 478-318-7655.

Ballard Hudson Class of 1965

Class is planning a Christmas party for Dec. 20. Contact Melvin Lawrence, 478-994-5022 or Diane Williams, 478-461-3886.

Ballard Hudson Class of 1966

Class having their annual Christmas Gala on Dec. 21 at the Alexander Ballroom, 3670 Eisenhower Parkway. Call Ellison Davison, 478-477-0664 or Vincent Jones, 478-788-9015 or 478-719-8689.

Southwest High School Class of 1973

Class gathering for Christmas at 7:30 on Dec. 21 at Bar 41 on the corner of Broadway and Cherry Street in Macon. No cover charge and free parking. Call Thaddeus E. West, 478-935-8684 or 478-719-5245.

Peter G. Appling High School Class of 1963

Class is hosting a Christmas party on Dec. 23, at Le Piada, in the Ball Room 1, 4295 Interstate Drive, Macon. Contact Sammie Hall, 478-390-0508 or 478-935-8851 or Lula M. Ryder, 478-741-5984.

Northeast High School Class of 1974

Celebrating the 40th class reunion Oct. 17-19, 2014. Inviting the classes of 1972, 1973, 1975, and 1976. The event on Oct. 17 will be held at Central City Park that afternoon. The event for Oct. 18 will be at the Macon Centreplex that night. Dress will be semi-formal or formal. The class will attend a church service on Oct. 19.

FAMILY REUNIONS

Sams and Wimberly’s 40th Family Reunion

Decendants of Alice Sams and Hal Wimberly making plans for reunion in July of 2014 in Georgia. Contact Sue Lou Stanley or Leroy Jackson, 478-741-9547.

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