Over 100 members from the Charlotte Amalie High School Reunion Class of 1984 are celebrating their 35th Anniversary. Members traveled from all over the U.S. The class has participated in several activities such as worship at Shiloh Seventh-day Adventist Church, Karaoke at Ariane’s Entertainment, Beach Party at Magens Bay, the St. John Festival and several spontaneous gatherings.
Besides the wonderful fellowship and comradery, the class of 1984 is most excited about giving back to the community and was proud to present $3,000 scholarships to four high school graduates:
Jo’Neyse Francis of Charlotte Amalie High School
Kejuan Harrigan of All Saints Cathedral School
Demore’ Cole of Charlotte Amalie High School
L’Jahn Ritter-Heyliger of Ivanna Eudora Kean High School
Recognizing the mental health crisis and the impact that it is having in our community, class members were passionate about doing something tangible to assist this often times forgotten or underserved population. At 2 p.m., Friday, July 5, the class will make presentations to the Behavioral Health Unit of the Roy Lester Schneider Hospital.
“We are very pleased to make this presentation to the Behavioral Health Unit to raise awareness of mental illness and to support what they do to help those in need in our community,” said Terence Thomas, president.
The reunion activities will culminate with a Luau on St. John on Saturday, July 6, and worship on Sunday, July 7, at the Memorial Moravian Church on St. Thomas at 8 a.m.
For more information, contact Terence Thomas at 344-2850.