Boston, MA September 4, 2014: The Jamaica Plain High School Elm Street Alumni Association is pleased to announce its first weekend reunion for Jamaica Plain High alumni who attended the Elm Street location in Boston, MA. Alumni who attended JPHS between the years 1940 through 1979 are invited. The reunion theme titled, “Together Again,” will be begin on Friday, September 4, 2015 and will end on Sunday, September 6, 2015 - Labor Day Weekend at the beautiful Dedham Hilton in Dedham, MA. The JPHS Elm Street Alumni Reunion Committee has coordinated an array of events, including a Banquet, Sunset Dinner Cruise around Boston Harbor and a Garden Party to be held on the scenic grounds of the Dedham Hilton Courtyard. A block of hotel rooms also have been reserved at the Dedham Hilton at a very special rate. Book now! Space is limited.Visit the JPHS Elm Street Reunion website at http://email@example.com/ for further details, including cost, ticket purchase, and hotel information. There is even a payment plan. So, please join the JPHS Elm Street alumni on September 4-6, 2015 – Labor Day Weekend – at the Hilton Hotel in Dedham, MA to celebrate the legacy of Jamaica Plain High School while enjoying an entire weekend of reminiscing with high school friends. For questions, please use join the reunion website contact page. Or, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Or call Carolyn Rudolph at (704) 252-4691. Go Knights!
When: Aug 26, 2016 12am to Aug 26, 2016 12am in Dedham, MA Cost: Banquet - $72,00; Sunset Dinner Cruise - $95.00; Garden Party - $45,00; Reunion Package (all events) - $212.00. Payment plans available.
The Residence Inn Suites Hotel by Marriott is pet friendly located south of Boston near the Commuter rail & Legacy Place. Suites include separate living spaces with a fully-equipped kitchen & fireplace,free hot breakfast buffet, internet access & cable TV with HBO.
The town of Dedham was founded in 1636 and is located in Norfolk County and is placed among the oldest communities in the state. Here you will find the Fairbanks House which was built in 1737 and is the earliest surviving farmed house in New England.
By the year 1830 everything from Pianos to furniture was made in the town including the famous Dedham crackleware pottery. The town has an amazingly well preserved town center with many gorgeous historic homes that is the pride of the community.
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