It is good to get past August with all its challenges (an earthquake and a hurricane, if you live near me). Hope these events were, at the most, inconveniences for you and similar events will not affect your plans for our own historic reunion. While our gathering will not be as earth shaking or newsworthy for the eastern seacoast, it promises to be an event you will not want to miss. I know it is still early in the registration process but please get your reservation in soon, if you are one who has not registered yet. A lot of us look forward to seeing each of you soon.
The events of the last week reminded me again that in 2003, my eighth grade class planned a 50th reunion, also in Detroit. It just happened to be the same weekend that Hurricane Isabel decided to pay a visit to Pennsylvania. When my flight was re-routed for the second time and the weather was still unsettled, I ended up not going at all. I regret to this day that I was not a bit more adventurous but will not learn that lesson again! I plan to be there and hope you do, too. This event cannot be rescheduled and will not be repeated again! Ever! It is now or never. So whatever else crops up for our weekend, remember, this has been scheduled a year ago and just cannot be missed.
It's hard to believe there are only 40 days left until school. Retweet if you can't wait to return to The Grove! http://t.co/vtwcvVILdz
In 1927, Marygrove College moved its campus to its current location in Detroit, & hasn't looked back since. Happy 313th birthday, Detroit!