It's been 25 years since the Class of 1986 left Washington Lee, and a lot has changed--the old building has gone, most of the other buildings in Arlington have gone, and time has even BEGUN to change some of us! But one thing hasn't changed--how much fun we have when we see each other. So come back to Arlington this fall for a very special, once-in-a-lifetime reunion of the Washington-Lee High School Class of 1986. Bring your spouse or partner so they can put faces to the names in all the stories you've been boring them with for years--or just bring yourself! We'll dance to the best music ever made (yeah, right!), and party at the Key Bridge Marriott (which is a lot nicer than when we snuck in back in 1986!). Questions? Contact Jerry Mayer (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Rob Walter (email@example.com).
Note: in these difficult economic times, we know some of you may be dealing with unemployment, foreclosure, or other extremely serious financial calamity. If the only thing stopping you from coming is a recent financial setback such as unemployment or a health crisis, several people from the Class of 1986 would be willing to step up and provide assistance. This will keep entirely confidential. The most important thing is that as many 86ers as possible make the evening memorable. It won't be the same without you.