Forward to July

I just came home from the Senior Center where we stuffed envelopes for the July 1-3 Anamoose School Reunion.  There were 30 volunteers helping fold, stuff, stamp & label envelopes.  We had 7 inserts for the 1100 alumni envelopes.  There were 100 teacher mailings which included an extra invitation page informing them of a teacher tribute on Friday, July 1st.  And finally there were 350 letters that go out to advertisers for a total of 1550 envelopes to mail out on Monday.  All this work was accomplished in 1 1/2 hours.

Bonnie Helm is the chairman of the AASR.  She has been having meetings twice a month.  The meetings I have attended have been very well organized with good input from those attending.  The next meeting is at 7PM, Tuesday, March 22nd at the Senior Center.

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BONNIE SENDS A HUGE THANK YOU!

bonnie.jpgLast Saturday on March 5, at least 30 kind souls helped fold fliers, stuff envelopes, and apply address labels  and stamps for 1100 pre-registration mailings.  I would like to personally thank the following people, many of them not alumni: Carol Weninger AHS ’55; Mardelle Helm, Beach HS; Gloria Engen AHS ’60; Bill Engen AHS ’57; Doug Rademacher AHS; Dorothy Thomssen AHS ’51; Kathy Rademacher, McClusky HS; Dennis Zimmerman AHS ’55; Phyllis Zimmerman AHS ’56; Shirley Nitz, Martin HS; Victorina May AHS ’66; Sandy Cartwright AHS ’59; Angie Kesler, Martin HS; Dorothy Peerboom AHS ’51; Loretta Schilling AHS; Calvin Buxa AHS ’51; Vi Buxa, Harvey HS; Annette Kost AHS ’67; Kenneth Kost, Martin HS; Alyce Heer, Drake HS; Vernon Heer AHS ’49; Barb Martin AHS; Dick Hauser, Martin HS; Stan Martin AHS ’63; Norma Martin, Harvey HS; William Piper, Kalamazoo, MI; and Shawn Piper, Kalamazoo, MI. (written by Bonnie Helm ’65)

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