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Class of 1977 reunites

Crawfordsville News

By Billie Jo Rose, Crawfordsville Correspondent | Jan 29, 2018
In the front row are Lani Leichty, Bruce Kaufman, Mark Yutzy, Lyndon Leichty, Randy Finke, Larry Lowe, Jidy Grieser Ham, Vicki Roth Achen and Robert Achen. In the back row are Doug DeYarman, Rick Chorpening, Brian Steele, Ed Boshart, Greg Gowey, Robert (Rocky) Reschly, Lynn Hultquist Graf, Brenda Hinkle Gott, Michelle King Hultquist, Nancy Wintermeyer Hill, Jane Garrett, Sharon Beckler Blakely, T

The Crawfordsville Lions will hold a Pancake Supper on Saturday, Feb. 17, from 4-7 p.m. at the WACO Elementary School. Pancake, eggs and sausage will be served. Proceeds will go to supporting local projects, including Lara Hochstetler, who is doing mission work. Tickets may be purchased from any Lions member or Agri Ways Partners in Crawfordsville.

The WACO High School Class of 1977 held their 40th reunion on Saturday, Nov. 25, 2017, at the United Church of Crawfordsville. The evening began with a tour of the Crawfordsville School building led by Jenny Kaufman. Seeing the school on the inside provided an opportunity for everyone to view the outcome of the renovations and the amazingly good condition the building is in. Many good memories were shared and enjoyed.

Classmates and guests enjoyed a social hour and catered meal at the church. Greetings were read from Ronda Christener Hennings, Rhonda Roth Taylor, Cynthia Swan Webb, Kelly Rine Young and others who were unable to attend, but sent their best wishes to the class of 77.

Ceanne Alvine and Bruce Kaufman served as MC’s for the evening. The class was challenged to put themselves in “processional order” according to their last names at the time of graduation. Judy Grieser Ham led the class in the world premier of “WACO Jeopardy,” a trivia game based on high school memories and whatever else one could come up with when given the microphone. More than one version of a story was allowed (good thing!). Many jokes, laughs, and

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