Unlike many reunions the event was not restricted to a single graduating year, school, or even strictly for graduates and their spouses. The event was open to anyone who was from the Crowsnest Pass who wanted to visit with the base group of graduates from the four area high schools, teachers, school staff, and any friends or relatives who wanted to attend.
There were tables of yearbooks, photos, newspaper clippings, articles, and school jackets on display for those who wanted to revisit days gone by.
Ranging from people who still live and work in the area to people who traveled from areas throughout the United States and Canada, there were over 400 people in attendance who came. When asked who traveled the furthest, Hungar said musical Conductor Kirk Muspartt drove in from Chicago, and others had come from Portland, Oregon. He himself organized the reunion from Calgary, where he now resides.
|Ticket takers Mary Ann (Vastenout) Misseghers and Shirley (Kirkpatrick) Hungar|
Hungar was happy so many people attended, giving so many the chance to reconnect. In addition to the banquet there were meet and greets, brunches, picnics, camping, a legion tour, and other side adventures.