Class of 1971 celebrates 40th reunion
Graduates and their guests from the Cocalico High School Class of 1971 will celebrate their 40th reunion on Nov. 12 with a dinner, silent auction and entertainment by DJ Steve Griffith at the Foxchase Golf Club.
The event begins at 6 p.m. with hor d’oeuvres and cash bar followed by dinner at 7:15 p.m. The cost is $40 per person or $75 per couple. RSVP with money by Oct. 28 to Sharon Sweigart Hilton, 402 Stevens Road, Stevens, PA 17578-9722.
Buffet dinner includes: tossed salad, stuffed chicken breast with bread filling in Chablis wine sauce, honey baked ham with pineapple sauce, buttered corn, roasted red bliss with herbs, vegetarian pasta prima Vera and assorted pies and cakes.
Any former classmates, friends or family members who know someone who graduated from the class of 1971 are asked to pass this information on to them.
Attendees may e-mail song requests in advance to email@example.com and bring yearbooks, class jackets, pictures and other memorabilia to share.
For more information, contact Pat Northeimer at (814) 366-1860 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Sharon Hilton at 381-8561 or email@example.com. Find the Cocalico Class of 1971 on Facebook.
The club is located at 300 Stevens Road, Stevens.
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