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Nolff looks forward to her class reunions

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Charity Nolff

Charity Nolff

Charity Nolff

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With graduation coming up, there is a lot to think about, like open houses, enrolling into college, and much more.

One thing no one really thinks about is our future class reunions.

Typically, class reunions are five, 10, 15, even 20 years after we graduate, so people don’t bring it up until it is actually time to get up and go.

I just can’t help to be excited about it.

Imagine walking into a room and seeing your old group of friends that you used to talk to every single day.

Think about how it’d feel to laugh again with the people you spent most of your life with.

It’s bittersweet, but it will be the most nostalgic feeling you’ll have in a while.

Many graduates will not attend their class reunion, but they should.

Going to the reunion will not only give you a good feeling in your chest, but it will also make you remember a lot of memories that you may have forgotten.

I believe that going to your class reunions, no matter which one, will have a positive impact on the way you feel about your class.

Plus, wouldn’t it be exciting to see how different people will look in their 40s rather than the fresh age of 18?

I sure think it will be.

In 20 years, you know where to find me, Class of 2018.

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Charity Nolff, Reporter
  • Birthday: March 13, 2000
  • Extracurricular activities: Cheer and newspaper.
  • Hobbies: Ukulele, painting, drawing, reading, writing, chilling with friends, chilling with her cat, kayaking and adventuring through the woods.
  • Plans after high school: Attend a two year program to be a vet tech.
  • Favorite quote: “If you don’t fight for what you want, don’t cry for what you lost.” -Lord Krishna, “The Bhagavad Gita”
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