David Loehr’s Fourth James Dean Fan Tribute Weekend 2001
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2001 Fan Appreciation Weekend
Here are the pages planned for this fan weekend’s pictures: if they are underlined, they are made. There will be constant revisions until I am done. You are encouraged to bookmark this page
David Loehr’s 2001 Fan Appreciation Weekend
Fan Appreciation Weekend is a chance for Dean fans from all over to visit Fairmount in the summer and meet many other fans. Lots of the attendees can’t get away during the academic year when we have our other big get-togethers. David Loehr had the idea four years ago. He includes a Friday night supper with entertainment, the Saturday noon Jeopardy-style Dean trivia contest, the Saturday night dress-up Banquet and sometimes an event on Sunday. I take pictures for all of you who could not come. Plan to come next year if you can get the chance!
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Links to Deaner Pages
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See a little bit about the 2000 Fan Appreciation Weekend on this site.
See the 1999 Fan Appreciation Weekend on this site too.
The first fan appreciation weekend happened in 1998.
Deaners James Dean massive site index
1998’s June event, the Dean-themed Rockabilly Rebel Weekend #6
The Mercurys at the James Dean Run car show in Fairmount, Indiana.
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