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Denise White (left), of Shorewood, and Valerie Skarbek, of Frankfort, pose for a photo Saturday, Nov. 4, during the Lincoln-Way High School Class of '92 reunion at The Alley Grill & Tap House in Mokena. Laurie Fanelli/22nd Century Media
Lincoln-Way High School Class of '92 graduates Lorraine Patel (left) and Virginia Nordwall revisit their old yearbook Saturday, Nov. 4, during the Lincoln-Way High School Class of '92 reunion at The Alley Grill & Tap House in Mokena.
(Left to right) Jim Nelson of Athens, Ill., Kelly Timmerman, of New Lenox, and Matt Goines, of Chicago, pose for a photo at the reunion.
Old school Lincoln-Way High School memorabilia was on display Saturday, Nov. 4, during the Lincoln-Way High School Class of '92 reunion at The Alley Grill & Tap House in Mokena.
Laurie Fanelli, Freelance Reporter
3:42 pm CST November 7, 2017
The year was 1992. On the radio, Billy Ray Cyrus sang about his “Achy Breaky Heart,” while in theaters, Jack Nicholson told Tom Cruise, “You can't handle the truth.” Social media was, well, non-existent, and phones were simply devices for talking to your friends and family.