Here's a sample:
1 announcement with big news:
Jim R. Classmates! Planning For
John R. The 30 Year Reunion Is On
At least Classmates.com is free for most people although I pay a fairly small fee to be able to be a Reunion Organizer. Anyway, if you felt like I had spammed you with the Classmates.com message, I do apologize. I'm just trying to get the word out.
On another Classmates.com note, a fellow Class of '79 member recently contacted me and was puzzled as to why she was not on the list at Classmates.com. As I told her, the Class of '79 (nor any other school's class) does not submit a list to Classsmates.com. Individuals choose to register and sign up for the Classmates services. So far, I do think that Classmates.com is the best of the companies out there simply because they seem to have the highest percentage of alumni registered there. But Facebook might soon catch up with them.