|Welcome To The Evergreen Reunion Web Site|
This email is posted as the May 6 update on www.EvergreenReunion.org where new pictures are posted for the 83 and 90 Reunion pages. Thanks to Ryan Rabalais for providing these pictures and to Dale for posting. Remember May 17th is Wear Green Day. Announcements/recognitions are scheduled for 2:00...these will be brief, as no planned program is scheduled.
Please note the April 8 update contains the samples of memories letters. You are encouraged to send your memories letter so it can be added to the collection. Send to firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you! Please remind those who do not email that they may submit their memories letter at the ER and it will be typed and posted later. Please include name, mailing address and phone number.
Please find below a brief overview of some needs which
are still unmet and some of the opportunities available
for those seeking involvement in the ER
DVDs have been made of the 1983 and 1990 ERs and one has been made of the 1983 Male Beauty Contest sponsored by the Little Flower Church. Hopefully, one will be made of the 2008 ER. The ER Committee is seeking a person who is willing to duplicate these DVDs based on paid orders. The person may expect to be remunerated for their time, effort, expenses. The person would not be expected to mass produce these orders in a brief time. Reasonable expectations would be established. Interested persons should contact Ed Dugas at (318)896-4335 or email email@example.com ASAP. Thanks.
Highlights of the above DVDs will be on display at the ER, along with a slide show of the 83 and 90 ERs by Ryan Rabalais. These three stations will operate independently from each other and their contents repeated approximately every 15 minutes.
Roy Boogie Riche, Jr.
is coordinating the
Hospitality Booth. Please contact him at
firstname.lastname@example.org or (318)876-2711. He
needs a few volunteers to help staff the HB for a brief
period. Those who wish to provide refreshments (to
accompany coffee & cokes) for the HB are encouraged to
contact Boogie or simply bring them to the ER.