REUNIONS

March 1, 2014 

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 Class of 1969, 45th

Begins March 7-9 at the Marriott in Macon. Everyone invited. Continues with a seven-day cruise on March 16. Call James Evans, 478-935-2519, Emory Norwood, 478-390-2887 or Precell Brooks, 478-718-6900 for more details.

Miller-Lanier Class of 1959, 55th

Class holding reunion on May 2-3. May 2 location at the Library Ballroom; and May 3 at the Macon Marriott City Center. For more details, visit www.miller-lanier1959.com or contact Charles Brittain, 478-474-3253.

Northeast High Class of 1974, 40th

Celebrating the 40th class reunion Oct. 17-19. 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.

Sparta High School Class Reunion For Classes of 1965-1973

Event is planned for Oct. 24-26. For more information call Martha Johnson Noble, 706-207-4442, mnoble17@bellsouth.net or Lillie Devero Warren-Hill, 478-453-2273, ldwhill@windstream.net or go to http://www.spartahighschool1973.com

FAMILY REUNIONS

Threatt Family Reunion

Decendants of Robert Threatt, Marie Sanders, John Jackson, and George Threatt. Planning a one day picnic in the summer. Contact: Cinderella Fields, 478-477-2357; Olivia Jackson, 478-477-2625; or Avis Felts, 478-747-9725.

Sams and Wimberly’s 40th Family Reunion

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

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