Princeton 2019, Class of 1976 Reunions 43rd, P-rade Cannon Cheer Crew Documentary

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Matt Flournoy Published on Jun 4, 2019 Dear Friends, Joanne and I filmed the "Princeton 2019 Class of 1976's 43rd Reunion P-rade Cannon Cheer Crew Documentary" during the 2019 Princeton Reunions in Princeton, New Jersey. Joanne Flournoy SS'76 ( "SS" means Super Spouse) and H'76 ( "H" means Honorary) took many photos during our Class activities. This year we added more still photos of Classmates during Class activities. Making this Documentary has become an annual tradition. This is our seventh year of making this Documentary. This is the 43nd Reunion for the Princeton Class of 1976. The Princeton Class of 1976's 2018 Cannon Cheer Crew ("Crew") members were: 1. Christopher "Chris" Wilks '20 from Superior Township, Michigan, who served as the Recruiter of the 2019 Crew. He missed the P-rade because he was required to work during the P-rade. 2. Jackson Artis '21 from Plainfield, New Jersey. 3. Sonya Isenberg '20 from Moscow, Idaho. 4. Robert "Bobby" Evans '20 from Levittown, New York. 5. Genevieve "Genna" Garlock '21 from Princeton, New Jersey. 6. Matthew "Matt" Winston '21 from Gwinnett County, Georgia, who missed the P-rade because he was required to work during the P-rade. 7. Lauren "Renny" McGrath '21 from Mars, Pennsylvania, who missed the P-rade because she was required to work during the P-rade. 8. Levy Nathan '21 from Highland Park, Illinois, who missed the P-rade because he was required to work during the P-rade. The eight students of the 2018 Cannon Cheer Crew are active current members of Cannon Club, an Eating Club at Princeton University. The Princeton Professor of Cheer searched for the Cheer Worthy - people who showed enthusiasm - to lead them in the Classic Princeton Locomotive Cheer. Cheer Worthy Fans liked reading the lyrics of the Locomotive Cheer as they cheered out loud. Fans complimented the Crew for providing an old school teleprompter sign with the lyrics of the Locomotive Cheer. Our Crew taught the fans a quick course called "Cheer 101" on how to cheer the Classic Princeton Locomotive Cheer. Joanne Flournoy SS'76 and H'76 served as the primary Cinematographer. Matt Flournoy '76 served as the Princeton Professor of Cheer. Enjoy the Enthusiasm. Sorry that we did not include all of the Members of the Class of 1976 in this Documentary who attended Reunions. That omission is the Professor's fault and not the Cinematographer's fault. Yours truly, Joanne Flournoy SS'76 H'76 and Matt Flournoy '76 Princeton Professor of Cheer Marietta, Georgia

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