Record Book

HOT OFF THE PRESSES!

It’s DONE!  Your Record Book Committee has labored mightily and brought forth a fascinating compilation of the latest news of the Class of 1962. Its theme, “Seeing Through Time,” is reflected in campus photos and poetry—but primarily in your own words.  Many thanks to all who submitted materials for this glimpse into the 2017 lives of the interesting women who began adult life’s journey together in 1958. 

Co-chairs Joanne Cogar and Mike Obourn and editors Jane Levine Lewit, Peggy Ragland Shoosmith, and Martha Reardon Bewick have done an amazing job, doing all the pre-press work themselves in order to keep the costs of this four-color, 326-page treasure as low as possible. Its price: only $20—including postage!

Order now: you won’t want to miss catching up with your classmates before returning to Wellesley June 2-4 for our 55th reunion.  And if you can’t get back—that means having this book is even more important. 

You may order via this link and pay with your credit card here.  The books will be mailed in late spring, in time for a thorough perusal before we get together to catch up in person.  Don’t miss this opportunity to learn what is on the minds of your peers at this stage of their lives.  It’s a not-to-be-missed opportunity to share in the collective insight that comes with our advanced years.  Forget about your necks!  We are wise!