The spirit of college life is hard to recapture sometimes, but with an alumni letter, this is the opportunity to do it. To be able to go back in time as a 19 year old that had absolutely no cares in the world is the dream of many adults.
Don’t try to force any kind of tone of writing, but just sound natural and like the letter isn’t being forced.
The format for an alumni letter commonly is done on business letter head and is typed out.
The steps per each alumni letter differ and it changes from letter to letter. This is where you have a lot of creative writing room and room to show off your talent.
Dear Class Of (2004),
There are two events right now that have influenced me writing this letter. As you may be aware, our 20th reunion is coming up soon and there is the class agent meeting taking place on October 22.
The meeting is taking place at the Hilton Hotel on High street over the weekend of October 22-23.
Currently, our college still ranks at about 13th of 150 colleges in the percentile of alumni giving. If you have or haven’t heard, there’s a program called the Gorlop fund that’s actively seeking donors. The Marcus campaign here in Littleton helps with such causes but there is currently not enough students with an interest to call them and get the ball rolling. If we could please have some former grads give them a call, we might gain their attention startup a fund.
It was on Saturday night that Allen Roberts entertained us and then proceeded to honor us as we reflected back on his lengthy career which many of us have fond memories of. The remarks were kind and well thought out and were very crafty. There were some teary eyes, there was some laughter and there was a loud applause that appeased the audience.
Kramer is going to be handed a prestigious Alan Rorsche award that will be presented in part by the HSLAMA. I’d like to take this time to congratulate Kramer on his award and you can watch him receive his award at the Hilton that the event is taking place at on October 22 on High Street in Downtown Columbus.
Be sure to keep in touch and have a wonderful Holiday season.
Class of 1965