Champagne Luncheon

The snack bar is currently a grill and a small snack store. There are still booths and tables but not as many or as comfy.
The coffee house in former Hales Gym where we had our Open Mike Night. Some of those performing included Gail Nelson, Bonnie Bauer, Stu Rubinow. (Sorry no pictures, if you have nay send them to me.)
The Alumni Champagne luncheon was held in a huge tent (and yes it was raining.) The setup was nice but the food was cold cuts and potato salad. 
We learned that Reunion gifts had totalled $5,547,844.


Our classes contributed about 840,000, but as Dick Baron noted, the contribution per person over a 3-year period ranged from only about $340 (1964) to about $87 (1966).
The president of the Class of 200 was presented with a Stanford, CA street sign stolen 30 years ago for the occasion.

The Oberlin Can Consortium were absolutely terrific musicians, but were a poor choice for a luncheon because they made conversation impossible.