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Class of 1968 - 55th Reunion

We Can't Wait to See You in November!


4:30-7pm - All Alumni Health & Wellness Center Open House
Kick-off the weekend with a complimentary reception and tour of the new Health & Wellness Center. 

6pm - Old Guard Dinner
Location: Small Gym
Please join us as we welcome our newest inductees, The Class of 1973!


9:30am - GA/PC DAY
Don't miss any of the action on GA/PC Day! Held at Penn Charter this year, the first round of games begin at 9:30am and 137th meeting between GA and PC football is scheduled for 1:30pm.

4-6pm - Alumni Post-Game Gathering at MaGerk's
Beginning right after the football game, celebrate GA at this festive tradition in the back room at MaGerk's Pub & Grill! Complimentary appetizers, drink specials, and the first 100 Patriots receive a free drink on GA!

6pm - 55th Reunion Celebration
Blue Bell Inn (601 W. Skippack Pike, Blue Bell)
A la carte ordering

Online registration has now closed. If you'd like to attend your reunion, please email

Look Who's Coming

Sue & Paul Baron
Bill Doerr
Margaret Donovan & Richard Hughes
Nancy Matheny & Joe Kaminski
Ed & Barbara Hitschler Serrill
Ann Fowler & Bob Williams


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Reunion Committee

Paul Baron
Bill Doerr
Joe Kaminski
Barbara Hitschler Serrill
Holly Hoffnagle Weise
Bob Williams

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Some classes choose to support a special funding initiative that is “above and beyond” their support of the Annual Fund.  Our class has decided to boost the already existing Wayne R.  Smith ’68 Financial Aid Fund.   Initiated by Wayne’s family in 1984, the fund has taken on enhanced significance since Wayne’s untimely passing in April of 2019.  The fund provides tuition assistance for a qualified student who demonstrates leadership potential both in the classroom and as an athlete. 

Our Goal, to commemorate our 55th reunion and to participate in the schools current Our Moment capital campaign, is to raise the fund’s total current value from $72,669 to $100,000, bringing the fund up to the school’s modern minimum for distributed endowed aid funds and re-naming the fund The Class of 1968  - Wayne R. Smith Financial Aid Fund.  Contributions, in the form of cash, marketable securities or even deferred planned gifts (such as leaving GA in your will, as a benefactor of distribution from your IRA or many other available vehicles) can be pledged over the next few years.  Donors who make pledged gifts to move the fund over the $100,000 mark will be notified on an annual basis about the performance of the fund and the progress of the assigned Class of ’68 recipient(s). 

To participate, CLICK HERE and make sure to name “The Class of 1968 – Wayne R. Smith Financial Aid Fund” in the Gift Comment field.  

Any questions?  Please reach out to Martin Dean, Office of Institutional Advancement 267-405-7458,