In addition to our quinquennial (not a word I use very often) reunions, we have a tradition of mini-reunions in between the larger gatherings. These offer a chance to renew old friendships and to get to know classmates we didn’t know before.
Please join our Atlanta and Asheville mini-reunions in the spring. Beth Ries, our class vice president, has arranged an exclusive Road Scholar trip just for us to Atlanta, Asheville and the Blue Ridge Mountains, from March 31-April 6, 2019. Spring will be a perfect time to travel with classmates and experience Southern charm.
From Road Scholar:
In Atlanta, study the history and continental struggle for social justice at the King Center, the Carter Center and the National Center for Civil Rights and Human Rights * Experience Gilded Age elegance at America’s largest home, George Vanderbilt’s 250 room Biltmore House * Ride through the picturesque Blue Ridge Mountains to visit locales immortalized by author Thomas Wolfe, enjoy lunch at a century-old railroad hotel and step back in time to 1890’s at Antler Hill Farm and Winery.
To enroll in this exclusive learning adventure, please call Road Scholar toll free at (800) 322-5315 and reference “On the Road; Atlanta and Asheville, A Tale of Two Cities” from March 31-April 6, 2019 and note that you’re Mount Holyoke, Class of 1957. Because this program is exclusive to our class, it is by telephone registration only. (If you go on Road Scholar’s website and view program #21264 you will find a program almost identical to ours with colored photos.)
Prices for the trip are $1999 per person for a double and $2499 for a single. Final payment is due January 31, 2019. Registration is now open.
Questions for Beth?
firstname.lastname@example.org or 781-259-8227.
I think this is going to be a wonderful trip. I do hope you are able to join us.
All the best,