GREENSBURG – Eighty members and guests attended the biannual reunion of the Sandusky Alumni honoring the 50-year graduates of Sandusky High School classes of 1963 and 1964. The celebration was held June 28, 2014 at North Decatur with a buffet luncheon catered by Classic Caterers II. Robert Brewsaugh gave the invocation. Flower arrangements, designed by the Log Cabin, were used as table decorations and door prizes.
Don Mauer led the meeting with introduction of the committee: President Dudley Myers, First Vice President Don Mauer, Second Vice President Robert Brewsaugh, Third Vice President June Snyder, Secretary and Treasurer Bonita Myers.
Lucille Donica, class of 1944, was recognized as having been graduated from Sandusky High School the longest. As the members of the 50-year honored classes of 1963 and 1964 were introduced, they were encouraged to share a fond memory from their school days. Attending from the class of 1963 were Gary Davis, Max Johnson, Diane (Shoemake) Harr, Bonita (Hampton) Myers, Paul Sexton, Mary (King) Swisher, and Jean (Francis) Wullenweber.
From the class of 1964 were Barbara (McDonald) Kelp, Virginia (Hermesch) Kellerman, Don Mauer, and Delores (Phillips) Shelton.
A report was given on the Sandusky Alumni Scholarship Fund which is administered by the Decatur County Community Foundation. Continuing the legacy of the Sandusky School, donations to the Sandusky Alumni Scholarship can be sent to the DCCF in honor of a special event such as a birthday, anniversary or in memory of friends and loved ones.
Dr. Robert Cupp, interim Acting Executive Director of the DCCF was invited to speak to the members of the Sandusky Alumni. He shared interesting information about the history of the Foundation, how it has grown since inception in 1992.
He discussed how investments are managed, and the process of grants and scholarships. Dr. Cupp also reminded everyone how donations in any amount large or small are welcomed to support a specific community project, grant or scholarship fund. Judith Cupp assisted with the presentation.
The remainder of the afternoon was spent taking pictures and reminiscing.
– Daily News