Class Reunion

by Melissa
(Jackson, TN )

We are planning a class reunion and we are going to have a time set aside to visit our school and we were thinking about having a scavenger hunt in and around the school. We graduated in 2000 and there are going to be about 50 people to attend. We are 28 to 30 years old and a VERY diverse group.


Reply:

One popular hunt that works for a class reunion is to create a list of scenarios that participants need to get signatures for (ie. a school cheerleader, someone who played a lead in a school play, someone who graduated with honors, etc.) Each scenario has to be signed by a different person, so a cheerleader that graduated with honors could only sign one of the scenarios. That way there is a little strategy involved. In the same vein you could require that participants take photos of one person to fulfill each scenario on the list. That way that would have a keepsake at the end of the game.

There is also the option of a clue hunt that would lead to memorable locations throughout the inside and outside of the school. A yearbook might come in handy for coming up with ideas for the clues if memory fails.

Do you have any particular type of hunt in mind? There are so many other ideas that would work depending on what type you are looking for.

Wendy
Diva Girl Parties and Stuff

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Some Class Reunion Scavenger Hunt Ideas
by: Sandi

For a class reunion I attended (class of 1995) we got clues as to where to find the next envelope and once we did we also:

Had to find: A can of aerosol hairspray, a #2 pencil, a cassette tape, a dime & a nickel both w/ the year 1995, a feather or anything w/ a blue jay on it.

We had to identify photos from back in the day of older & younger students.

We were given a few Scrabble pieces in each envelope and had to unscramble a last name of a fellow classmate.

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