The Nanuet High School class of 1972 met at the Pearl River Elks Lodge Saturday night for their . The ballroom at the lodge was full of former classmates all wearing name tags with their high school yearbook picture and featured a never-empty dance floor thanks to a DJ spinning hits from the class’ time in high school, as well as other eras.
The cake featured some notable relics from the class’ time in high school, such as a peace sign and The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine. It was created by Diane Banta of the 1972 class who started up the business Baked by Angels. Plenty of people brought their high school yearbooks, and a table in the Lodge was full of old pictures and memorabilia from high school.
They also met on Friday for a casual dinner party at the Nanuet Restaurant. Check out coverage of that social gathering in this .