Reunion News

We will post reunion news as we receive it. Sometimes the "class agents" or whoever is doing the reunion organizing do not let me know. Usually they request a class list or class set of labels for a mailing. If you are receiving a newsletter then your address is updated, if not send it to the Alumni Office @ 120 West Lee St., Louisville, KY  40208, or email information to:

(Page last updated June 4, 2018)

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The Class of 1953 will hold its 65-year reunion on August 17-18, 2018 in Louisville at the Breckinridge Inn, 2800 Breckenridge Ln.  Contacts are Bill LaFollette, 3206 Creekwood Ct., New Albany, IN 47150, or Barbara Albers.

The Class of 1958 will hold their 60-year reunion June 15-16, 2018. 
June 15:  Lake Forest Lodge
June 16:  Lake Forest Country Club
For more information please contact Mary Lou Favey, 502-231-3516 or Roger Richardson, 502-964-2430

The Class of 1963 will hold their 55th year reunion Friday and Saturday, Sept. 7 and 8.  Saturday dinner will be at St. Matthews Community Center off Shelbyville Rd.  Information will be mailed in April. 
Contacts are Ed Farmer, 502-262-4036, and Corky Grant, 502-777-5995.

The Class of 1968 will hold their 50-year reunion at the Wildwood Country Club, 5000 Bardstown Rd. in Louisville on October 27, 2018.
Contact Steve Milam, 502-541-2446 or Cathy Milam, 502-931-5722.


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My cousin, Frank D. Price, a 1961 grad. who is currently living in Cincinnati is interested in any reunion activitity or contacts from people from the '61 class. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance and Beat Male." Stephen Stallard

from Pamela Mix Carroll, Class of 1970:  "I am working on creating a website for each of Manual's graduating classes. I just finished adding the names of the Class of 1952 & 1952 1/2 on the site set up for your class. It's a free site that runs on donations only so there is never a required fee. You can volunteer to be the Administrator and add anything that you want to add. You will find my name in the directory but I will remove it when someone takes over. The way the site is set up, if there is no Administrator then a volunteer has to sign in as a guest and do whatever work needs to be done.

I have only worked on the ones from 1970 backwards but I'm still quite happy to see so many hits. Some class year sites have counters on the website itself. Some don't but if a class doesn't have one their Administrator can add one or just come to this site and see the total hits.  Pam is a site to collect contact information and share info, photos and resources for YPAS grads.