Due to various circumstances the SPHS Class of '89 Reunion originally scheduled for down the shore has been cancelled. A group of us is still planning to meet this Saturday, July 12th, at 365 Bistro in South Plainfield for the Class of '89. 365 is located next to the Holiday Inn/Ruby Tuesday on Stelton Road. The address is technically (101 New World Way, South Plainfield, NJ 07080) Phone: (908) 322-6200. It is simply pay as you go, so if you hang for a couple of hours and have a couple of drinks, it just costs a couple of bucks. The bar area is pretty big, it has outside dining and they will set up a small room, that connects to the bar, for a central meeting place for us. Obviously all are welcome and it would be very cool to see some "class friends". It’s a term I use to my students to describe people you see in school, enjoy their company and have some laughs, but don't associate with them outside of school. No RSVP necessary, just show up starting at 7 pm. I'm sure it is going to be a good time and at least 30+ had already booked the day anyway. Hope to see you there!"
Calling All Members of SPHS Class of 1989
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