Greetings Classmates of ’98!
We are excited to announce our 20 year reunion weekend details! Cathedral has planned some great Reunion events on Friday, Saturday and Sunday for the weekend of August 10-12, 2018. We hope you will be able to attend as many events as possible.
Meghan Weyrens-Kuhn and Hayley (Gaetz) Foster will be co-hosting a night of fun at the Red Carpet Nightclub – Keller Bar, Saturday evening, August 11th. Start time is 7 pm. We will be charging $20/head at the door for appetizers and will have a cash bar available. In addition, $10 of the $20 dollars/head will be donated to the current CHS Junior, Cade Anderson. He is currently battling Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma for a second time. For more details click here.
Registrations for the Red Carpet can call the Alumni Office at (320) 257-2140.
If you are aware of any classmates that may not be on our mailing list, please contact them to share this information. This may also include those who may have left Cathedral before graduation. ALL ARE WELCOME! (must be 21 to attend the event at the Red Carpet).
Also - more details and fun to continue on the St. Cloud Cathedral Class of 1998 Facebook page. If any questions arise – feel free to post or send messages to this site as well!
Cheers to 20 years! Hope to see you in August.
Hayley & Meghan – Class of ‘98
Friday, August 10, 2018
Downtown Art Crawl/Cathedral Reception
Take in the fantastic restaurants and businesses downtown St. Cloud while enjoying local art during the Art Crawl downtown on Friday night. Stop by and visit with other Cathedral Alumni at the Red Carpet Martini Bar, your “Cathedral Headquarters” from 4-8pm. Appetizers will be provided at no charge and cash bar available.
Saturday, August 11, 2018
Location: Cathedral High School
Time: 11:30-1:00 pm
Class of 1998 Reunion
Location: Red Carpet Keller Bar – Appetizers & Cash Bar
Time: 7:00 pm
Cost: $20.00 at the door ($10 will be donated to CHS student Cade Anderson who is battling cancer again for the 2nd time).
Sunday, August 12, 2018
Mass at St. Mary's Cathedral