July 28, 2017
5 days left
until our reunion.
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Noblesville Class of 1977
40th Class Reunion

 
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Stayin'
Alive!

Friday, July 28, 2017
at
The Wellington
Fishers Banquet and Conference Center

 

 

8 Really Great Reasons to Go to Your 40th Noblesville High School Reunion

Adolescence is usually an awkward time that most people would rather forget rather than reminisce about. While many people will say that high school was the best time of their lives, this isn’t always true for everyone. Still, there are plenty of reasons why attending your Class of 1977 Noblesville High School Reunion is a good idea. Here are a few reasons why you might want to think twice before you chuck that invitation into the garbage can. Even if you hated school, you don’t want to miss the excitement and renewed camaraderie that could result from attending the reunion. Here are eight reasons:
 
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1. Reconnecting with Old Friends
Remember the best friend that you talked to for hours every night on the telephone and swore you’d never grow apart from? Unless you’re one of the lucky few, chances are that you haven’t seen one another in years and may even have lost touch altogether. Few events offer the opportunity to reconnect with people that were once important to you like a high school reunion, and you may never see them again if you skip the event.
 
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2. Enjoying an Awesome Live 10 Piece Band and To Party Like It’s 1977… Or Something 
When careers and kids come along, opportunities to let your hair down can be few and far between. Your high school reunion will give you the chance to dance the night away. Rather than sharing the dance floor with a crowd of kids at a nightclub, you’ll be surrounded by people your own age rocking out to songs you haven’t heard in years.

 
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3. To Come to Terms with Aging
Seeing new fine lines and more gray hair isn’t easy to deal with for most people. When you arrive at your reunion and realize that everyone is getting older, it can make the experience feel less isolating and help you come to terms with the fact that aging is an inevitable part of life.
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4. To Network 
Networking is so important in some fields that there are entire social websites built solely around the premise of helping people to network on a professional level. Attending your high school reunion can be a great experience, but it may also afford you some networking opportunities that you would otherwise miss out on.

 
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5. To Reminisce
Some people suffer through high school, but there are also those that reveled in the experience. Looking back at your high school career and sharing a few laughs with the people that were by your side for all those great times can be very rewarding.

 
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6. To Show Your Spouse Where You Came From 
Attending your high school reunion with your spouse is a great way to share a part of your formative years. You can tour your hometown, introduce old friends and share stories that you’d forgotten all about, helping you forge an even stronger bond.  Of course unless you are one of the luckiest people in the world and still married to your high school sweetheart (which is even more of a cause to celebrate with mutual friends)!

 
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7. To Satisfy Your Curiosity
If you’ve ever wondered where people ended up and what they have done with their lives this is your chance to find out.  Whether it is the motor head that constantly tinkered with his cool car or the nerd that always raised his hand to answer the teacher’s questions, it’s fun to see what became of them.
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8. Because Wall Posts Aren’t Real Conversations
Seeing pictures and Facebook status updates from your old friends or even sending a few messages back and forth just isn’t the same as seeing them in the flesh and catching up. As hard as it may be to believe, some people don’t even maintain social networking accounts. If you haven’t seen your high school friends since graduation, there’s no better place to catch up than the spot where you all went your separate ways.

 
See you there!

 



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