The Reunion is quickly approaching.  We have 3 months and 22 days left as of 5/2/19

This is our first Reunion of this kind and I am looking forward to seeing you there.  I am certain you will enjoy meeting family you have never known before. 

We have a fun filled day planned for the family from a field trip to Jamestown  to family pictures to a Family Mingle with music and dancing if you so choose.

If you plan to attend, your monies need to be in before the 15th of June.  The fee is $30 per person. You can mail that in check or money order form to Rebecca Washington,Coord., 5111 Huntcrest Dr SW, Mableton, GA 30126.  If you would like to make your payment directly to the bank, please let me know and I will send that information to you.

I know our ancestors would be proud of us.  

Happy Reunion to Everyone....
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National Assembly of Quebec Adopts the Charter of the French Language (1977)
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