Dear ’68 Classmates:
Welcome to our class page. Here you will find up-to-date information about our 50th reunion. Yes, it has been 50 years since we all got that cherished diploma and headed away from Blue Heaven to seek our fortune. Now it’s time to return, remember, reconnect and renew our bond with Carolina. The class of 1968 was special and with your help we want our reunion to be especially meaningful.
Plan to come to Chapel Hill, May 10-13, 2018, to be with us, celebrate and enjoy a fabulous weekend including:
We will also experience the privileges to be conferred on our class (by reason of our longevity and fidelity to Carolina). We will be guests of honor and inducted into the Old Students Club during the annual luncheon on Saturday afternoon. On Sunday morning, we will join the 2018 commencement processional into Kenan Stadium adorned in Carolina blue commencement gowns. See what a blast the class of ’67 had with this on-field event. It should be just as much fun for us. Look here for more details from the GAA that will provide additional information, seek your input and offer opportunities for your involvement in planning and carrying out our big event. Check back here also for an updated list of those who are registered to attend.
We look forward to seeing you in May!
Don Johnson, Permanent Class President, with the volunteer members of the Steering Committee: Anita Brame, Linda Butler, Cliff Butler, David Kiel, Della Michaux, Bill Travis, Mal Watlington, Roger Werner, Buddy Wester, Judy White, Leon Woodruff
P.S. Join our ’68 Facebook group, and make a comment. Send an invitation to this group to your Carolina friends on Facebook, or send them a personal email letting them know you are coming to the 50th reunion in May, and you’d like to see them there, too.
Profiles will include memories, past and present accomplishments and photos. What makes this project so special? It connects our class by allowing us to read about what we’ve been doing over the past 50 years. Please give us an update of your current status, career and family snapshot for the 50th Yack.
All classmates are encouraged to submit information; purchases are not required.
If you are interested in purchasing a reunion book for $68, please do so using the reunion registration form. If you are a reunion patron at the $268 level or higher, you will automatically receive a copy of the Class of 1968 50th Anniversary Yackety Yack.
If you are interested in becoming a 50th Reunion Patron, please do so on the registration form.
1968 Reunion Patrons make the entire weekend possible by helping to offset the costs from the weekend, including, but not limited to: the opening reception, the Saturday dinner and entertainment, Sunday morning pastries, the Friday hospitality suite and the production costs of the 50th Anniversary Yackety Yack.
If you are a reunion patron at the $268 level or higher, you will automatically receive a copy of the Class of 1968 50th Anniversary Yackety Yack.
All patrons names will be listed here, regardless of donation amounts.
On behalf of the UNC General Alumni Association, a huge thank you to the 1968 Reunion Committee for their hard work and effort making this year’s 50th reunion a success. Their ideas for the weekend and calls to other classmates make all the difference.
Permanent Class President Don Johnson
Steering Committee Members: Anita Brame, Linda Butler, Cliff Butler, David Kiel, Della Michaux, Bill Travis, Mal Watlington, Roger Werner, Buddy Wester, Judy White, Leon Woodruff
Full Committee Members: Jack Betts, Jean Bliss, Liza Bryan, Caroline Cottingham Mitchell, Liz Cretcher McGuffey, Susan Culp, Ann Dixon, Steve Fox, Maryemma Graham, Karl Hanson, Billie Huston, Mary Ann Kirkpatrick, Martha McPhail, Candy Means, Frances Morisey, Dillon Robertson, Bill Spry, Mary Ellis Starling, Sam Starling, Carl Taylor, George Teague, Karol Wenner, Chocky White, John Woodard, Randy Worth…we’re waiting on you to join too! Let us know!!
Jennifer joined the GAA in January 2017. She is thrilled to be back at Carolina and loves bumping into fellow Tar Heels on her (almost) daily walks around campus. In her spare time, Jennifer can be found chasing her daughters with her college sweetheart Shawn ’08, dining with friends at their favorite restaurants, playing the piano or getting lost in a good book.