Saturday, May 05, 2012
D-B Class of '92 Gathers Online
Alumni from Dobyns-Bennett High School Class of 1992 are participating in a Class Reunion
Website at http://classreport.org/usa/tn/kingsport/dbhs/1992/
There are no registration fees required to join in the fun. Each class member has full participation privileges.
This Class-Based Reunion Website features dynamic changing content daily. Stop in to view current Class News. Exchange opinions and stay up to date with the Message Board. View the Featured Alumni Biography of the day. Send a birthday greeting to a class member listed in the Upcoming Birthdays panel. Reunion Announcements, Book and Movie Reviews, Favorite Recipes and Featured Links will keep one checking in regularly to see what's new.
Class member Beth Thomas Fowler has volunteered to serve as Class Administrator. Beth would like to invite all Class of 1992 Alumni to stop in and fill out a profile so they can be reached regarding the next Class Reunion.
This Class-Based Reunion Website is hosted by Classreport.org. For a refreshing change from the large commercial alumni directories, Classreport.org provides non-commercial class reunion websites for every graduating class of every high school, and extends full access to all class members without regard to financial ability. Classreport.org has no advertising, no pop-ups, no spam, and no registrations fees. Classreport.org pledges to never sell names and addresses to third parties and to let the website be administered exclusively by Dobyns-Bennett High School Alumni. Other alumni classes from Dobyns-Bennett High School can be accessed at http://classreport.org/usa/tn/kingsport/dbhs/
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