Schedule of Events for the 10th Reunion:
Friday, July 9th, 1993
8:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Informal get-together at the Lincoln County Fairgrounds Building.
Saturday, July 10th, 1993
Morning Golf Tournament
6:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Happy Hour at the Holiday Inn
Formal banquet dinner and brief program at the Holiday Inn followed by music and dancing.
Sunday, July 11th, 1993
"Family Fun Day" at Holiday Travel Park (next to Cody Go-Carts.)
Changed the Least - Jill Ward received a book on "growing up" to help her adequately prepare for the 20th reunion.
Married the Longest - Tammy Stone (January 8, 1983). Tammy was awarded a special edition of Dr. Ruth's book, "Bringing Life to a Sexless Marriage".
Most Kids - Tie, Chris Wood and Lisa Murdock, each with 5 children. Chris and Lisa were awarded a year's supply of condoms.
Most Dramatic Hair Loss - Doug States received a hair net and a brush in memory of the "good old days." NOTE: Bernie Madison was disqualified because he had already lost most of his hair by the time we graduated.
Improved With Age- John Homan received a bottle of wine for his graceful ascent toward 30.
Still Crazy After All These Years - Bernie Madison. Hopefully Bernie will never grow up.
Mellowed the Most - Vangie Linsted Steward was given an ample supply of No-Doz to help keep the crazy days in check.
Barely Recognizable - Mike Olson received a Dead Kennedy's t-shirt to go with his three piece suit and reinstate the classic panache he once knew.
Traveling the Furthest - David Surber made it back to North Platte from his residence in Japan. He was awarded a compass to help find his way home.
Most Unique Occupation - Jana Gillaspie works as a "Prestress Erection" specialist for Rocky Mountain Prestress in Westminster CO. She received a career handbook to help plan her next career move.