​The ULTIMATE HomeComing!

There are lots of nice, cool, air-conditioned places to meet if you need to reserve one for a big group:  

The King Center                           HorseThief Lodge

The Courthouse Lounge          Area Church Halls

Bramley Place                                Cheyenne Hills Clubhouse


​Contact Lea Ann Seiler at 620.357.8831 for more information.

John (1967 Hanston) and Marsha Ewy (1968 Jetmore)

DeWayne (1977 Jetmore) and Patty Craghead

Lea Ann and Gary Seiler (Former Teacher)

​​Marie Nau Gilchrist

Paula Chipman - (1973 Jetmore)

Kathy Rudzik Crawford

Angela Bradford (1973 Jetmore)

Mike Shriwise (1977 Jetmore)





Final listing of all events will be posted soon, but know that  a lot of extra activities have been planned for the 15th, including a Medallion Hunt; Golf Tournament;  Haun Museum event; the High School will be open for tours; and there will be Rodeos, a Beer Garden, and Dance!

Hodgeman

  County, KS

Shoot us an email and we'll get your name (and graduation year, if appropriate) to this page....so everyone can see who will be here

Sesquicentennial  1867-2017

NOTE:  The Class of 1973 has reserved The King Center for an afternoon gathering on Sat, July 15th...more details to come soon...


John and Marsha Ewy have also opened up their home for the Country School folks to meet!

OK, we're coming!  But where can we stay?  Pawnee Valley Lodge is a beautiful new  hotel in town (under 10 years old), owned and operated by the Goebel family.  We also have a number of RV parks; RV hookups, cabins and a yurt at HorseThief; a short-term rental house at Rendevouz RV Park, and a Bed and Breakfast in Hanston