Another decade has come and gone, Scots. It stands to reason that the class that muscled through Y2K, the rise of the internet, and the evolution of Justin Timberlake’s hair be the very same class holding a 20-year reunion amid a global pandemic.
The tone of last night’s final committee meeting was both bittersweet and enthusiastic. The four of us met in an hour-long conversation to discuss our leap in ticket sales (over 40 ticket purchases in less than a week), rebudgeting, and window dressings for the big day. The premature self-congratulations were contagious and the veritable lovefest all but necessary given the dismal outlook but five days prior. If there was one takeaway from our meeting: the reunion is going to be fabulous!
You ever have a hankering for a really good burger? Klutch Burgers will satisfy that carnal urge. Made from all natural, Niman Ranch beef and fresh bread, Klutch proves there’s something in a name. A convenient location and easy-going atmosphere make this restaurant the perfect sport-viewing spot. (Grab a pint of Devil’s Canyon while your’e there!)
The reunion committee sends many thanks to fellow classmate, Ryan Wong, for a generous donation to the cause. We couldn’t put together a reunion of this magnitude without the support of donors like Ryan. Thanks, Ryan! We will see you this Saturday.
We would like to give a heartfelt and earnest thank you to Jim Kelly and the hard-working students of this year’s Associated Student Body. This motley crew, as always, pulled together a wonderful raffle package for our weekend’s festivities. Thank you, Scots!
Caprino’s came to Belmont at the start of our high school experience. Now, nearly a decade later, it has matured into one of the town’s go-to spots. With unique flavor and candle-lit ambiance, Caprino’s is stocked with all the richness of home.
Do you trust your mechanic? You can at A+ Japanese Auto Repair–the Bay Area’s preeminent repair shop for Japanese imports. This family-owned, local business employs highly-skilled technicians and uses the latest methods to diagnose your vehicular trouble.
Run by fellow class member, and former class president, Eric Sevim, we’re quite sure you’d give A+ Japanese Auto Repair high marks!
Milkshake Werks is your home for real, frozen treats. This local parlor’s offerings are made from scratch with the best local, fresh, and organic ingredients. Milkshake Werks is your 21st century candyman with non-fat frozen yogurt and sugar-free and dairy-free options. Did we mention homemade cookies baked daily? Visit today and try a float (on tap and featuring root beer from Devil’s Canyon Brewery). Yum!
The Reunion Committee has extended the deadline to buy tickets to this WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. About 50 people have bought their tickets so far, and we hope to see more people on top of that! Get your ticket today by clicking the “Purchase Ticket” link at the top or right.
Undisputed Boxing Gym was founded by seven-time World Sport Karate Champ Brian Schwartz. After years of training and teaching at other facilities, Schwartz opened a gym to meet the needs he saw of those training in this day in age: state of the art equipment in a family-friendly environment. Undisputed offers a wealth of activities, including martial arts-style classes with private instruction. It’s a hit!