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Lexington Catholic High School Alumni Reunion Information

All Reunions held on or off LCHS’s campus
Please contact Pam Schneider, 859-277-7183, ext 306 or pschneider@lexingtoncatholic.com to post reunion information on the website, receive your class list, reserve the facility and for more information.
The Lexington Catholic Alumni Office will provide postage for one invitation per reunion. Once you have your invitation addressed and stuffed, please bring them by the LCHS front office to mail.
Separate Reunions will be held in the cafeteria from 5-8 p.m. if requested on an available date in advance of reunion.
There is not a fee for reserving the cafeteria for your reunion, but we ask that the facility be left in the same condition as it was found.
If there is a student driven event (football game, etc.), alcohol is not allowed on the premises. If no students are on campus, then alcohol can be served by the reunion committee. If alcohol is served, we ask that children under the age of 21 not be in attendance.
50 year reunions may be held in the Bueter Lobby if so requested and facility is available. 

We look forward to welcoming our alumni back home to Lexington Catholic on the following dates
Opening Mass - August 23, 2017, 10:00 a.m. - In honor of the class of 1968's 50th reunion, members of the class are invited to join the LCHS community for the opening mass of the 2017-18 school year at Mary Queen of the Holy Rosary. Class of '68 alumni are asked to gather in the church lobby no later than 9:45 a.m. You will walk in the entrance processions at the beginning of mass. Please let us know if you will be attending. Please RSVP to Pam Schneider
Fall Knight’s Bash – October 21, 2017 – Schedule your reunion weekend around this event! Enjoy getting together with alumni and friends with live music. Food and bar are included. $20 per person advance ticket sales. $25 at the door.
Sapphire Society – May 3, 2018, 5:00 p.m. – Join us as we celebrate our alums that have celebrated 50 years or more since graduation. Lexington Catholic, Lexington Latin and St. Catherine, all before the 1967 class are invited to be part of this special reunion.

Upcoming Reunions
Class of 1972 Reunion - October 7, 2017 Click the PDF below for details.
Class of 1982 Reunion - Save the Dates - Friday, October 13, 2017 - Cocktail reception at Park Plaza, 120 East Main Street, Lexington, 40507. Saturday, October 14, 2017 - Tailgating and Races at Keeneland followed by an evening gathering and activities at Daddy Joe's at Thoroughbred Club at Highpoint, 1215 High Point Dr., Nicholasville, 40356. Information will be sent via e-mail and Facebook. Please like our Lexington Catholic 1982 page to follow the updates. If you have any questions, please contact Marla Cavenee at mcavenee@windstream.net or Mary Tucker Durham at marytdurham@yahoo.com

Class of ‘67 - It’s our 50th reunion year! Join us at Lexington Catholic in the cafeteria on Saturday evening, October 14, 2017! Contact Mary Lieberman notes4ml@gmail.com or Amy Keough olliekeough@gmail.com to update your contact information and/or for more information about the reunion weekend.
Class of ’87 – Let’s celebrate our 30th reunion! Friday, October 20th, 7 pm at John and Kim Thompson’s home for our first get together with entertainment and heavy hors d’oeuvres. Saturday, October 21st, we are attending The Fall Knight’s Bash at LCHS! You can purchase tickets online $20 per person for Charlie Shuck and the Trendells, food and bar! Sunday, October 22nd, Father Norman Fischer will say mass for us at 12:45 pm at Cathedral of Christ the King. Please contact Amy Mayberry Stamper at maystamp@twc.com Julie Amato Schickel at schickel@gmail.com or Lisa Rink at lisarink@twc.com for more information and updates. Mira is collecting photos.
Recent Reunions
A wonderful evening was held on May 4, 2017 as we welcomed back home our alumni beginning with our 50th graduating class of 1967 back to our St. Catherine and Lexington Latin roots. There was much laughter and hugs as the cocktail hour progressed. Darryl Stith '65 eloquently spoke about the reason he gives back to Lexington Catholic. This is a favorite event as we all enjoy seeing and reminiscing with this special group.