You are cordially invited to attend the 50th reunion for the Indianola High School Class of 1967.

September 8 & 9, 2017.

�Friday night will be an informal come-and-go at the Sports Page Bar and Grill, 1803 W. 2nd Ave. (Hwy. 92), Indianola, from6 p.m.on. No reservations are needed for this evening. If this is the only night you can attend, we would ask a $2 donation that night to help with the total weekend reunion costs. (If you send a reservation for Saturday evening, Friday night expenses are included.) There will be a cash bar and you're welcome to come to eat, drink and mingle at any time. Popcorn will be provided.

Saturday night will be the main event at the Kent Student Center, Hubbell Hall II, on the Simpson College campus. �This is a little dressier evening with a sit-down buffet dinner. Dinner�entree�will be choice of: �Lemon Parmesan�Chicken with white wine chive sauce�or Mustard Herb Pork Loin, served with a green salad, vegetables, potatoes, bread, dessert, and beverage. The evening will begin at 5:30 p.m. with a social hour and dinner will commence at 6:30 p.m. After dinner, Rob Bower, our class president, will make a presentation, then socializing will continue until 11:00 p.m.

The cost per person will be $39.You may send your reservations to: Susie Shupe, 912 E Girard Ave., Indianola, IA�50125, byAug. 1, 2017. Please indicate your choice of entree at the same time. You're encouraged to send your check as soon as possible, so we can pay the site deposit, but also so we can make more specific plans for the size room we need. An ongoing list of reservations received will be posted on the class web site. Feel free to dress in 60's attire, if you like. (Rob Bower says he still has his letter sweater, but I can't remember if he said it still fits!)

The Kent Center sits between C and D Streets; Hubbell Hall II�is located on the 2nd floor, with elevator and stairs at the south and west ends of the first floor when you enter from either the east or west main doors.

Parking is available in a lot adjacent to the Kent Center on the�north, on D St. and W. Girard Ave., on the streets surrounding, as well as in the Blank Performing Arts Center (located where Dayton's house used to be!).

Keep in mind that Simpson College does not permit smoking anywhere on campus: buildings or grounds -- including parking lots.

(How did we get this old?)