• Class of 1990 – 30th Reunion (10/08/21 - 10/10/21) - CANCELLED ON 09/16/21.

    Dear Classmates, 

    I am sorry to inform you that, due to low registration numbers, we must cancel our class reunion, October 8-10. 
    Faced with needing to commit to the restaurant for that Saturday night and taking on the financial commitment to hold the reunion, we simply don’t have near enough numbers to make holding the reunion financially feasible. We don’t have the combined registration payments and class funds to make it work. It’s not prudent to deplete our class funds for an event so few of us plan to attend. 
    Of course, the reunion committee members fully understand the challenges and factors that are contributing to the low attendance. We are, after all, still in the midst of a pandemic. When we began to plan this rescheduled reunion, circumstances appeared to be improving, but that has changed, for the worse. 
    We will consider a 35th reunion in 2025.
    Meanwhile, for those who did register, thank you for your commitment. You will receive a full refund. Those who paid with a credit card will see your charge reversed. Those who paid by check will receive a refund check. Payments will be refunded over the next two to three weeks. Please be patient, as the KHS Alumni Office is issuing refunds for other classes, in addition to ours.
    I am sorry to cancel again, but it is the best thing to do, in the end. Please let me know if you have any questions or comments. I can be reached via Facebook messenger or email at ericwschramm@gmail.com.
    Please join me in extending thanks to the other members of the reunion committee, April Franklin Kutheis, Nicky Losse, and Brent Sutter for their time and effort. I would also like to offer special thanks to Amy Bullmer in the KHS Alumni Office who provided significant support and guidance as we tried to have a reunion in 2020 and 2021. She has been a magnificent partner for us. 
    I wish you all the best for a healthy, safe, happy fall. I hope to see you in 2025!
    Eric Schramm