Your BOD is now an organization with a full-time agenda, not just the biennial reunion. We asked our members to contribute to defraying the expenses that come with this expansion. Make no mistake about this, every person who claims membership is a full member regardless of any donations. We created the VIP Maroon Level to allow our members to help pay these expenses. We have now updated the three levels to provide more benefits at each level of giving. Regardless of your level, you are helping us make a difference on behalf of you, our members.

  1. Tiger level – $1,000 or more
    1. Receives a Certificate of Appreciation
    2. Total fees for Reunion are included ($350-couple or $180 single in 2019)
    3. Reserved seating at all Reunion Events, if the donor desires
    4. Recognition in Reunion Booklet & Newsletters
    5. Name Tag designation
    6. Recognition at Reunion events
    7. Additional TBD as the BOD sees fit
  2. Maroon Level – $500 to $999
    1. Receives a Certificate of Appreciation as Maroon Contributor
    2. Receives a discount of $45 per person on Reunion Fees (Single $45/Couple $90)
    3. Reserved seating at all Reunion Events, if the donor desires
    4. Recognition in Reunion Booklet & Newsletters
    5. Name Tag designation
    6. Recognition at Reunion events
    7. Additional TBD as the BOD sees fit
  3. White Level – $25 but less than $500
    1. Receives a Certificate of Appreciation as White Level Contributor
    2. Reunion fees discounted by 30% of your donation ( ex.$300 gift= $90 discount)
    3. Recognition in Reunion Booklet & Newsletters
    4. Name Tag designation
    5. Recognition at Reunion events
    6. Additional TBD as the BOD sees fit

Again, it is well recognized and accepted that not all are able or willing to participate. We just ask you to do what is affordable for you. If you would like to pledge and pay monthly, please contact Mr. Shelton at [email protected] or call 770-540-6758 to set up a monthly or quarterly Pay Plan.   Again, we appreciate your support. We want to make a difference and it takes funding to do so.

John W. Harris

Director of Membership & Communications

Class of 1965

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