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Fill your goodie/welcome bags! Back/remainder issues of Reunions magazine FREE. You pay shipping. Issues go back 28 years! Offer ends when issues are sold out. If you want issues with your reunion featured, please request by dates and volume and number from the cover. To order, call for the cost of shipping. Contact Karla at 414-263-4567 or email@example.com.
Podcast - How to fill a reunion goodie bag - Reunions magazine
Planning a reunion? Listen to these insightful reunion planning tips and advice from Edith Wagner, editor of Reunions magazine. How to fill a goody bag. Memories are great to take home from your family reunion but a little loot is even better. A reunion is just not a party without a goody bag.
Reunions Magazine Volume 25, Number 3. February/March/April 2015 (SOLD OUT)
Reunions Magazine Volume 25, Issue 3. Read online now for free! In the third issue of Reunions magazine's 25th volume, Dean Miller's Hospitality Answerman introduces the food feature with very helpful information for planning and ordering food for your reunion. Then there are lots of food ideas for your consideration. Read about interesting class reunions; Barstow, California, class reunion finds Laughlin, Nevada, a wonderful place for a reunion, while a high school for military dependents ...
Reunions Magazine Volume 25, Number 2. November/December/January 2015 (SOLD OUT)
Reunions magazine winter issue 2015 available to read for free online now! The second issue of our 25th volume features family and military reunions, which we hope will inspire you and give you new ideas for your own reunion planning. A focus of this issue is fundraising including quilts and cookbooks, projects that require extra time to produce. Also featured are ranches that host reunions ideal for intimate, immediate family or single generation/cousins reunions.
Reunions Magazine Volume 25, Number 1. August/September/October 2014 (SOLD OUT)
Our 25th volume! Now available to view online for free! In this issue: where? Where should you have your reunion because until that choice is etched in concrete, you can't really do much else. Our Hospitality Answerman, Dean Miller, discusses how hotels provide "extras" for reunions. The issue is also filled with many reunions whose stories will give you ideas and inspire your planning. One in particular is about a high school class that embraced the family of a deceased member.