Click for Ann Arbor, Michigan Forecast
Wednesday August 24, 2016
Follow us: facebook twitter RSS feed
Print Comment E-mail

1972 Revisited

 

continued

"So I joined it, and a thousand people want to be my friend. I don't know how to do this! I don't want to do this! I've got enough friends!"

Kit Mundus Steinaway knew that would happen--the people "friending" Dufek part, not the hating part. She got her real-life friend onto the social-networking site as a way to encourage people to attend the forty-year all-high-school reunion they're organizing for the weekend of the Notre Dame game. There'll be a golf outing Friday (Ed Shaffran captained the Huron High team) followed by a casual get-together at Fraser's Pub. The big party on Saturday will be a "tailgate" at Ann Arbor Golf & Outing--dinner catered by Knight's, a cash bar, and a giant TV to watch the broadcast from South Bend. That's the party where people will be on camera (everybody's cell phones) and someone will be providing running commentary--at past Huron High reunions former class cut-ups Jon Rowe and Tim Connors.

At those get-togethers, Steinaway says, they always welcomed grads of other Ann Arbor schools. "Those of us who were the core of the first [Huron reunion] committee went to Tappan Junior High back then--Tappan Middle School, it's known as now--and we were pretty much split half and half [for high school, so] we all have friends at both schools," Steinaway says. "Then Candi, [her husband] Donnie, and I also went to St. Francis for grade school, so we all had people at St. Thomas that we know."

Bookmark and Share
previous  ·  1 l 2 l 3 ... 11 l 12 l 13  ·  next page
all on one page
read more stories here -> Marketplace  l  Culture  l  Community  l  News
Ms. Green construction services
Link to view the Ann Arbor Observer 2016 Media Guide
top of the lamp. All your in home lighting needs.
Holiday Inn Ann Arbor. Comfortable Hotel, a home away from home.
Become of Fan of the Ann Arbor Observer on Facebook
Ann Arbor Summer Festival
American Association of University Women 64th annual book sale