WHASSUP?!?         Let’s Get a Head Start!

Please email us information about YOU.

Then check back HERE to see who else is on WHASSUP!

So!  50 years!  But who’s counting?


We’ve all been busy.  And one weekend isn’t long enough to catch up.  So please send in a little advance info.  Here are some (suggested, not required) questions to get you started:

1.  Did you marry an SAHS’r?
2.  What is the furthest distance from SAHS that you have lived?
3.  Kids?  Grandkids?  Good decision?  Why?
4.  What happened to your hair?
5.  What did you do, are you doing to earn a living?
6.  What did you/ do you do to have fun?
7.  What other continents have you been to and why?
8.  What other Class of 1965’rs do you stay in touch with and why?
9.  We’ve all made many mistakes but what is the best lesson you’ve learned and will you share it?
10.  Favorite SAHS memory?
11.  Favorite book, movie, place, person, sport, color, astrological sign?  Why?

Send your WHASSUP photos & info to SAHSReunion1965@gmail.com

So sorry folks!  If you used that ^#@(&^#* contact form that was at the bottom of this page…. it went somewhere into cyberspace, but not to the Reunion Team!  Maybe it will show up for our 60th?  But in the mean time, please resend via the email address!


4 thoughts on “WHASSUP?!”

  1. Good Morning!

    I am trying to reach out to Sandy Brummett or whomever is organizing the 50th Reunion for SAHS.

    It is with deepest sorrow that I inform you of the passing of my mother, Judy Eileen Herrin (Senglaub). She passed away suddenly and peacefully in her sleep on March 23, 2015.

    Prior to her passing we were talking about her upcoming 50th Reunion from SAHS. I know she was looking forward to being in attendance. Her family played such an influential and prominent role in your community throughout the 1960’s and 1970’s. I am sure there will be some folks in attendance who will remember my mom and grandparents fondly. Therefore, I felt that I should follow-up to inform you of her passing.

    She had such a beautiful soul! Please keep her in your hearts as you celebrate and reminisce about wonderful times gone by.

    Warmest Regards,
    Gregory “Greg” Senglaub
    Judy’s Youngest Son

    1. Greg-
      This is sad news, indeed. We so appreciate you letting us know. We will remember her at the reunion in August. If you have a recent picture to share, please do send it along. Our condolences go out to you and your family.


    2. Greg, I remember your mom very well, from elementary school to high school. We were in Brownie’s and Girl Scouts. So sorry for your loss.

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