|St. John's High School class of 1978 holds 35th reunion|
|Sunday, July 21, 2013 11:31 PM|
Prizes were given out for classmates in several categories, such as: the “longest distance traveled” (Houston, Texas) was won by Mike Musser. Randy Calvelage earned a prize for having “the most dangerous job” (hauling gasoline). Attending every reunion were: Lisa Haunhorst Menke, Gary Brickner, Dave Metzger and Diane Kill Wells; having the newest grandchild award was won by Neil Miller. Least changed after 35 years: Jamie Garza, Rosie Luersman Hoersten and Sue Ebbeskotte Martz.
A very entertaining auction was again held led by classmates Jay Kundert, Tim Staup, Randy Calvelage and Gary Brickner. It featured 23 different baskets of items donated by classmates.
The money raised will offset future reunion costs as well as help classmates with difficulties.
Auction baskets included homemade cookies, jams,pies, canned peaches, crocheted afghan, Ohio State box seats for a game, T-shirts, a large roaster oven filled with kitchen utensils, gift cards, wine, etc.
In special attendance was classmate Dorothy Fredrich Liles, who is beautifully recovering from her recent home explosion and fire; and former math teacher, Bob Stover.