Tag: Reunion

October 12, 2017 Mike Lyman No comments exist

Michael Pratt did a great job putting together our class meeting briefing and has made it available to us online. You can find it at: https://prezi.com/iw2akiv5hzcw/west-point-class-of-1987-30th-reunion-class-briefing/

September 27, 2017 Mike Lyman No comments exist

Just wanted everybody to know that the reunion committee is not tracking your exchanges. For those that have purchased tickets to events on the secondary market to the Thurs reception or Friday lunch, the honor system applies as names on Eventbrite tickets cannot be exchanged. For the Saturday breakfast and lunch tailgates, wristbands to each…

September 12, 2017 Mike Lyman No comments exist

Registration is now closed and closed for good! We’ve got 401 parties showing up for the reunion. 408 classmates. We continue to act just like cadets and wait until the last-minute. When we registered is telling. We had 443 orders across the 401 parties. We had: 171 orders in August when we were open for…

September 8, 2017 Mike Lyman 1 comment

Attention all procrastinators! Your window for procrastination is running out. You now have less than 12 hours to register for the reunion. Registration ends at midnight tonight (Friday, 8 September 2017) Eastern Daylight Time! Not Central Time. Not Mountain Time, Not Pacific Time. Not Alaska Time, Not Hawaii-Aleutian Time. EASTERN DAYLIGHT TIME! There is no prize for…

September 6, 2017 Mike Lyman No comments exist

Yep, another reminder to please check the website to make sure your names and guests names are correct. This will be what’s on our name tags so if you don’t want to see mistakes at West Point, this is the time to fix them. I’ve changed the format of the page now and that may…

September 4, 2017 Mike Lyman No comments exist

Want to make sure your name tags get printed okay? Want to make sure they have your name right? Are using your nickname instead of your formal name? Want to make sure your guests names are right before you ever get to West Point? Is your company right? Is your grad guest’s company and year…