Dartmouth Arborist Tour
50th Reunion Is
Just Around the Corner!
Planning to Attend
Your class Executive Committee is busy planning for our
50th reunion, preliminarily scheduled for June 8 - 10,
2018 with options to extend your stay to June 7 - 11. Join the process by completing our periodic
https://surveymonkey.com/r/DMKLMLB. Gerry Bell, Peter Wonson and David Walden have prepared
Preliminary Reunion Schedule.
Check it out
Now! Get all
the details on the
50th Reunion page.
50th Reunion Dartmouth
In this, the year of our 50th Reunion,
now is the time to start
thinking about your donation to the DCF. Please review
50th Reunion DCF page for more information.
Class of 1968 Ripley
What is the Ripley Society? Here's a teaser from 50th
Reunion co-organizer, Peter Wonson:
The Harold C. Ripley ’29 Society was formed in 2009 to
recognize alumni who have made a gift to the Dartmouth
College Fund every year since graduation.
about the Society and the 1968 members.
Class of 1968 Participation
the 2016-17 Dartmouth College Fund
Head Class Agent, Joe
Nathan Wright, reports on the Class' participation in
Dartmouth College Fund. Joe Nathan recognizes 88
classmates who've donated 40 or more years to the DCF!
The Ripley Society page lists the classmates who've donated every
year since graduation and have thus been designated
members of the Ripley Society.
Too Good to miss: The Baker Tower
If you don't remember where
you came from, you'll never know where you're goin'!
Moving Dartmouth Forward
Dartmouth Forward" is moving forward! Get the
latest information on the Dartmouth website. Read
the December 12, 2016
The Class of 1968-2018 Connections Program
Program began with the arrival
of the first members of the Class of 2018 on campus in
late August. Look here for the latest activities. John
a day of skiing at Okemo during the 2018 Big East
Class of 1968 Supports the Dartmouth Entrepreneurial
Learn more about the
DEN on the College website at
Power Point presentation features two projects
funded by the Class of 1968. The most recent project
we've helped to fund involves
Entrepreneurship, Engineering and Art as conceived
Class Directory. is available. If you
misplaced yours or no longer have the email containing a link to the directory at a
secure location online, use the link at the bottom of
this page to get a copy from the Webmaster.
This a lot of fun.
Check it out (click the link).
The New Moosilauke Lodge
to our 50th Reunion project: The Skip Battle, '66 family
offered a challenge grant that funded the
reconstruction of the the Moosilauke Lodge. You've got to check out the architect's
video fly-through of the renovation plan. The
Moosilauke reconstruction project is complete. If you
participate in our 50th Reunion early-bird option, you
will see, first hand, the beautiful new lodge. To wet
your appetite, view the
video of the completed project.
The address for this website has
http://www.dartmouth68.org. Be sure to change your
bookmark unless you access the site from Dartmouth's server.
This is the Web2 version.