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HOLLISTON HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI REUNION IS RESURRECTED

by Melissa Ford
September 13, 2016

We have assembled committees for many HHS classes. Please pass the word around or feel free to forward this invitation to other HHS alumni.  Questions:  Please call Melissa Ford,  508-733-2449 or email melissa.ford@newbalance.com   Checks should be made out to HHS ALUMNI/Holliston Rails for Trails and mailed to Melissa Ford, 905 Washington Street, Holliston, MA 01746 or to SUSAN BOWLES, 111 State Route 286, #33, Seabrook NH 03874 

            DATE:   SATURDAY OCTOBER 8TH, 2016 – 7:00 pm-Midnight

PLACE: THE BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED HOLLISTON TOWN HALL

COST:   $25.00 per person – includes hot food/sandwiches/munchies - DJ and CASH BAR AS WELL.  Please rsvp/send checks to reserve a spot. Tickets going fast!!

Holliston has been building a walking trail on the old railroad tracks. The trail is now open from Milford line to an area called Blair Square to the left of the old Russells Supermarket (now CVS).  We need to restore the 8 Arch Bridge on Woodland Street to extend the trail to Sherborn.  Monies raised at this event will be donated to this endeavor of the “Friends of Holliston Trails.”

We are trying to locate as many classmates as possible. PLEASE pass this information along to anyone from HHS that you know!  Classes 1958-72

We have contracted with the Holiday Inn Express, Fortune Blvd, Milford MA for a block of 20 rooms for Saturday, l0/8 and Sunday l0/9 at $l09, plus tax for room with breakfast included.  If you would like a reservation, please call them as soon as you can.  Deadline is September 15.  If we run out of rooms, we may be able to get more.

Please get your reservation and checks in for the Alumni event. We need to make plans for food, wine/beer/water and seating.

THANKS SO MUCH – hope to see you there!

 

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Comments (3)

Yes John, all classes welcome!

- Sue Bowles | 9/16/16 1:50 PM

Yes, we were highlighting classes through l972 as we had members from those classes working on the committee and sending out information/invitations. Town Hall holds 200 people at a time; we are currently at l25 reserved/paid, with 20 more "I will attend". If you are interested in attending, love to have you join us..

- melissa malloy ford | 9/15/16 10:45 AM

It is my understanding that this event is open to all classes, including those of us who graduated after 1972. Is that correct???

- John Shannahan | 9/13/16 6:11 PM

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