Class of 1994 25th Reunion Class Gift

This campaign ended on April 29, 2019, but you can still make a gift to The Westminster Schools by clicking here!

Remember 1994?? What a crazy time!! Ace of Base was climbing up the charts. Every week we were glued to the TV to catch the latest episode of Walker, Texas Ranger. Halloween meant dressing up as your favorite character from the movie, “The Age of Innocence.” And everybody wore their jeans backwards. All the time.

Please soak in all of this nostalgia and more by joining us for our 25th reunion party on April 27th.

Whether or not you can join us on campus in April, we hope you’ll help celebrate our 25th Reunion by making a special reunion year gift. Your support will honor your favorite teachers, coaches, and classmates and make a difference for current and future students. For those of you with a competitive spirit, we’re also aiming to break the 25th Reunion record—to raise $70,000+.

It’s a great day to be a Wildcat and a member of the Class of 1994!

Go Cats!

Your 25th Reunion Committee

Laura Pennington Fletcher (Fundraising Co-Chair), John Moye (Fundraising Co-Chair), Brand Morgan (Event Co-Chair), Michael Rogers (Event Co-Chair), Bianca Camac Bell (Treasurer), Mark Bell, Tres Carpenter, Kappy Kellett deButts, Zach Hanks, Rob Lathan, Baade Lucas Wilson

P.S. Already made your gift? Thank you for your support! Help rally our class to join you by signing up to become an advocate. (Click the “Advocates” tab to get started.)


If you have questions about our class gift, please contact your Co-Chairs or reach out to Ann Giornelli, Assistant Director of Alumni Annual Giving, at anngiornelli@westminster.net.

For more information about Reunion Weekend, please click here.

US Heat Map

Loading


Donor list

Piedmont Park/Midtown
Lindsay Hussey
Mark Lockwood
Brent B. Allen
Jennifer K. Riggs
Kristine and Danny Whigham
Michael S Shuler
Michael M. Rogers
Edith Martin Rogers
Ashley Shaffer
Carmen Butler
Trent Warren
Tres Carpenter
Christopher West

loading
No Matches
No Challenges