You should post a message that tells visitors you are in the early stages of planning the reunion.
Invite everyone who visits the website to register on the Classmates page and to tell their friends about the website.
The World Wide Web has made it much easier to search for classmates, vendors, favors, and do all kinds of research to help plan the event.
The Web has also made communicating with classmates and collecting information so much easier than it was prior to the internet age.
This is not absolutely necessary, but if you are planning a reunion entirely alone you will need a lot of free time.
Make a few phone calls to former classmates to recruit potential committee members.
In the following chapters, we provide you with critical information needed to keep you on track and on budget so that you can have the best reunion possible.
In the past, creating a website required someone with the technical knowledge and skills of an experienced computer programmer.
There is a natural tendency for people to want to reacquaint with old friends and see what paths people took since having graduated from high school.
STEP 2: Create A Website At this stage, you want to start to create some interest in the reunion. The more content that you can put on the website the better.
We will go into each of these steps in depth later in the book.
STEP 1: Recruit Committee Members The first step in planning your reunion involves evaluating if there is enough interest in having a reunion.