Why You Must Come


Yes, whether you have already turned 50 or is about to, it does not matter.

What matters is that this Fab50 AES Reunion is your once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to catch up and meet with your schoolmates since you have left school

I know that despite all that has happened in my life, I am not going to sit at home and wonder what has ever happened to my mates in school. Mates whom I've spent a good 4-5 years of my life with. Mates I grew up silly with. Mates I bonded with.

It was after all, a special phase of my life. Yes, A PHASE! We all have certainly moved on, found our place in the world. We might not all be rich, but we are at least AT PEACE! We are looking after our loved ones, trying our darnest to provide for them. Isn't that all we can ask of ourselves?

It does not matter a whit whether we are running  factory, driving a taxi, or being just a homemaker; not to what Fab50 AES Reunion is all about.

It is about friends coming together to catch up and matter in one another's lives again.

Who knows what the future brings! We could just fall down with stroke or a heart attack. Then what? Suffer all alone? Or at least have your buddies come and cheer you up!

We all have been through that unique phase of our lives. A phase over which we bonded through a special association called AES.

It is a unique friendship. A once-in-a-lifetime friendship.

So, do not let this once in a lifetime opportunity pass you by. It's time to time-travel back to AES school time and see your mates before they all grow old and fade for good!

The AES you thought you knew. The people you thought you knew. Isn't it about time we MEET UP, CHAT, and DISCOVER more?

We are trying our darnest to recall back everybody we befriended since 1976. Old friendships waiting to be rekindled. Or OLD FRIENDSHIPS MAKE NEW AGAIN at the Fab 50 AES Reunion.


"I am going to this Fab50 Reunion because these people remembered me and bothered to track me down. They could easily have forgotten about me but they didn't. It shows that I have a special place in their hearts. And they are going through all this trouble to make sure I have a good time come June 22. I don't know about you, but I surely like to reconnect with these folks. That they are my teenage friends means even more. I am glad my husband made me see it as a celebration of friendship and not one of a past that should be forgotten!" - SK.

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