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Little Reunion Libraries
Hundreds of reunion planning ideas! Start your own reunion planning Little Reunion Library! A box filled with books (5), assorted Reunions magazines (at least 10) and surprises (while they last). Ideal holiday gift for yourself or other planners! $25 ($50+ value); free shipping. Order now!
Myevent Reunion Website
Myevent reunion websites can save 20% off with the promo code REUNIONSMAGAZINE20. Use your website to promote your reunion, post news, coming events and pictures. With a myevent website, you can set up your reunion registration so members can register online and use PayPal or charge payment. Myevent.com provides seven days free to explore before committing.
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Bundles of Reunions magazine back issues We have created three bundles of issues: -Fundraising/freebies -Games/icebreakers/activities -A miscellaneous bundle we create just for you There can be up to 20 copies in a bundle. Each bundle is $1.00 and will include a copy of Reunion Planners Notebook. Your choice ... or all three bundles! We also extend this offer of all one issue, if your reunion was featured and you want copies to share. Order quickly while supplies last.
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 ...
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Reunions magazine Winter issue V25n2 now available! Celebrating our 25th volume! The winter issue features many and varied reunions, particularly family and military, 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 - Family, class, military reunion planning resources
Checklist of things to do after your reunion is over! Send a reunion picture for Reunions Picture Gallery. Send a report/story and pictures to Reunions magazine. Send info to list next reunion; send reunion name, date, place and contact info to firstname.lastname@example.org
Postcards: Save the Date, Time is running out - Reunion letter kit
Invitations from Reunions magazine! We have many personalized and custom invite options to help your reunion planning process. These postcards are the perfect reminder for your invitees to RSVP. Simple, clean, and graphically sound, Reunions magazine can cover all of your invite needs.
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.
Reunion food - Family Reunions
#Reunion #food Planning a Banquet We learn much from the people who organize meetings for a living. Reunion organizers are close cousins to these professionals who have to go through all the same steps to make a memorable event happen. These are some questions professional meeting planners keep in mind when planning a banquet: not an everyday affair for most reunion organizers.