In the early 1970s, these girls were close friends and classmates at Columbian Elementary School or in junior high or high school in Carthage, but as the years went by, they lost touch with each other.
Now, thanks to a social networking Web site and the organizational skills of one particular classmate, 30 to 35 of these women will gather in Carthage to get reacquainted, remember friends who passed on way too soon and talk about a tie that binds many of them, domestic violence.
Rhonda Butler Boudreaux, Olathe, Kan., is the organizer behind the “Sisterhood of the Traveling Sweatpants,” a group of former classmates who will gather for the first time on Saturday at Savannah’s in Carthage.
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