Class of 1951 Meets at SYC for Annual Couples’ Luncheon
Sixty-six years is a long time to most. Sixty-six years since one’s high school graduation is not usually means for reuniting. For Jesuit High School graduates, however, every year that passes since graduation is one that is cherished and appreciated. This idea could not be more true for the close-knit Class of 1951, who gather together every year in October for a luncheon at Southern Yacht Club (SYC).
The guys and their spouses (and guests) gathered at SYC on Friday, Oct. 20, 2017 to continue their annual class tradition. The group feasted on some delicious buffet options like shrimp, beef, and turtle soup. With such a wholesome lunch, only a few had saved enough room for dessert, a beautiful “Class of 51” cake.
Jesuit’s president, Fr. Christopher Fronk, S.J., as well as advancement director Tom Bagwill and special projects director Br. Billy Dardis, S.J., joined the ‘51ers for lunch. After lunch and dessert, Fr. Fronk and Mr. Bagwill delivered to the group some important words and updates on Jesuit High School and the continued support of its alumni.
The guys ended the luncheon with a class photo and a photo with their wives and guests. Until next October!