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Tates Creek High School
Class of 1967

Who's Interested in a Joint Lafayette-Tates Creek Class of 1967 Cruise in 2019?

It's been nearly a year since our last reunion.  More of us have retired, several have moved, and sadly a few more classmates have passed. Several people last year at our 50th, expressed interest in a cruise to celebrate the year most of us turn 70 since it will be another 4 years from now before we are scheduled for our next reunion.

With the ideas of keeping the timing similar to our usual reunion dates (late July) and keeping costs as low as possible (ability to drive to port of departure for many classmates, and short cruise length of 3-5 days), we've come up with three choices.  Royal Caribbean's quotes were the lowest of any cruise line we researched (except Carnival).  A minimum of 8 cabins is required to hold this group rate, but the travel agent will hold more into 2019 if we can commit to 8 cabins now.  The travel agent expects to be able to negoitiate some shipboard credits for tours, or ammenties and a wine and cheese event for our group.  A rebate of several hundred dollars for every 8 cabins sold will be made to our Class of '67 checking account, in lieu of a free cabin(s) to anyone in our group.

Late July and early August has a low chance of hurricanes, with most hurricane actifvity for Florida in late August and September.  Cruise ships for groups typically book at least a year in advance, so please respond to the poll found on this website, so we can determine if there is sufficient interest to go forward.  

Prices listed below are per person (pp) double occupancy (not per cabin) and include taxes and port charges. Single occupancy cabins are approximately 50% more than the per person charge for a double occupancy cabin.  The best three options we found were:

Royal Caribbean Mariner of the Seas,  (3 nights), July 26- 29, 2019, departs and returns to Ft. Lauderdale, with one day stops in Nassau, and Pefect Day Cococay, Bahamas; Inside cabin pp $395, Ocean view, $575 pp, Balcony $605 pp.

Royal Caribbean Mariner of the Seas(4 nights), July 29- Aug. 2, 2019, departs and returns to Ft. Lauderdale, with one day stops in Nassau and Pefect Day Cococay, Bahamas and one day at sea: Inside cabin pp $495, Ocean view, $725 pp, Balcony $755 pp.

Royal Caribbean Majesty of the Seas,(5 nights) July 31-Aug 5, 2019, departs and returns to Ft. Lauderdale, with 2 days at sea and stops in Havana, Cuba and Cozumel, Mexico; Inside Cabin $552pp;  Ocean View $622pp.

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1)   * Are you interested in taking a cruise with Lafayette and Tates Creek '67 classmates in the summer of 2019?

Yes No
2)   If you are interested, which cruise would you prefer?

  3 night cruise to the Bahamas departing from Port Canaveral, July 26, 2019.
  4 night cruise to the Bahamas departing from Port Canaveral, July 29, 2019
  5 night cruise to Cuba and Mexico, departing from Ft. Lauderdale, July 29, 2019
3)   If you chose to cruise with us, which type of cabin would you prefer?

  inside cabin
  ocean view
  balcony, if available
  no preference
4)   Do you have any other suggestions for a get together between our 50th and 55th reunions?


Welcome to the website for the Tates Creek Senior High School class of 1967.  Please see the First Time Visitors page accessible from the column on the left. 

Reunion ‘67
P.O. Box 21883
Lexington, KY 40502-1883
Dear Fellow Tates Creek Classmates,

Our 50th High School reunion (combined with Lafayette ) was held on Friday, July 21, and Saturday, July 22, 2017 at the Embassy Suites, 1801 Newtown Pike, Lexington.   It was the best attended and many thought the best reunion we've ever held.   If you have any pictures you wish to share, please let us know. 

Please see the yellow bar to the left to read the remarks made by Lafayette's senior class president, Bill McCaw on Saturday night. 

Many thanks to the 1967 50th Reunion Committees:

From Tates Creek:  Becky Davidson Carr, Raymond Carr, Martha McLohon, Dale Balsom Muse, David Muse, Judy Mefford Shropshire

From Lafayette:  Larry Brewer, Rick Day, Mark Dennis, Alan Finch, Kathy Allen Jansen, Jean Noel McCaw, BI Murrell, Charlotte Allen Neal, Joy Williams Phillips, Pat Ritchey, Rose McAuliffe Sellers, Curtis Sharff, and Bryan Tate.

We are looking for a volunteer from the Tates Creek class of ''67  to manage this website. Please contact us if you are interested. In the meantime, we will mirror here what is posted on Lafayette's website.

Lastly, please check the class list on this site and encourage other classmates to register.  This is a time when many of us are retiring and moving. We'd like to keep in touch,  so we can keep everyone up to date on news relating to our classmates and any future events.