The Sunset Class of 1969 held its
45th Reunion, June 27 ~ 29, 2014 at the Hilton Anatole Hotel,
2201 Stemmons Frwy.,Dallas, TX.
The Reunion activities
kicked off with the casual Friday night Mixer at the "SER
Steak and Spirit Bar" restaurant, located on the 27th floor of
the hotel. Beautiful place...with phenomenal overviews of the
Dallas skyline. Lots of good conversation and laughs that night!
Saturday morning found the Herd up early for either a
round of golf or a Ladies Brunch and Outing in the Bishop Arts
District of Oak Cliff. A fun group of golfers had the pleasure
of playing the Golf Club of Dallas...formally known as Oak Cliff
Country Club. A little rain couldn't dampen the spirits of the
group. And it was also reported that the ladies had an equally
good time shopping and dining at Gloria's Restaurant...in spite
of a little rain.
Saturday night found us
at the Hilton Anatole Hotels...Peacock Ballroom...for our
Reunion. First, let me say, the place was PACKED! What a
turnout! We started the evening off with cocktails before
dinner, again visiting and laughing with old friends. The Herd
gave two big thumbs-up to the Reunion Committee for an
outstanding, well planned menu with really great selections for
this event. Every item on the menu was done quite well by the
hotel kitchen. During dinner, we enjoyed listening to great
music from DJ..."Party Time Productions"...spinning all of our
favorite songs from the 60's. After dinner we had a blast
dancing to the sounds of Kenny and the Casuals...one of Big D's
favorite bands back in the day. The party broke-up around
midnight. I can say without any hesitation, another good time
was had by all who attended!
Sunday morning was off to a good start
with the group that stayed at the hotel down early for breakfast
and more visiting before checking out to go home...all said they
are looking forward to the next get-together.
the video of the Memorial Tribute as seen at the
This is the video of Oak
Cliff as seen at the Reunion.
Enjoy this short video of the
dance floor. Pay attention to who's playing drums on
Honkey Tonk Woman...Dr. Paul Hamilton!