A Family Affair: How to Plan and Direct the Best Family Reunion Ever

By: Sandra MacLean Clunies and The National Genealogical Society

Price: $19.99

Quantity: 1 available

Book Details: 2003, 7x9, paper, index, 320 pp, Heritage Books, Inc


More Description

Whether planning a small annual get-together or a once-in-a-lifetime gathering of hundreds, "A Family Affair" is a step-by-step guide to the planning, promotion, execution and documentation of the best family reunion ever.

Filled with hundreds of practical and specific instructions, "A Family Affair" carefully guides the reader through: The steps to set up a family reunion (establishing a purpose and budget, contacting relatives, planning the place and time). Making people aware of it (by snail mail, e-mail, and phone; dealing with grumpy uncles). Running the reunion (kids, food, events, and pictures). Following up with memories that participants will treasure (pictures, stories, and more).

The book is arranged in logical step-by-step sequence. There are checklists and forms to simplify the paperwork, websites and other references for further information on topics of special interest, and tips from others who have held successful reunions.

Title: A Family Affair: How to Plan and Direct the Best Family Reunion Ever

Author: Sandra MacLean Clunies and The National Genealogical Society

Illustrator: Reg. Price: $19.989999999999998

Categories: Other,

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc:

ISBN Number: 1401600204

ISBN Number 13: 9781401600204

Binding: Paperback

Book Details: 2003, 7x9, paper, index, 320 pp, Heritage Books, Inc

Seller ID: C0020

Description: Whether planning a small annual get-together or a once-in-a-lifetime gathering of hundreds, A Family Affair is a step-by-step guide to the planning, promotion, execution and documentation of the best family reunion ever. Filled with hundreds of practical and specific instructions, A Family Affair carefully guides the reader through: The steps to set up a family reunion (establishing a purpose and budget, contacting relatives, planning the place and time). Making people aware of it (by snail mail, e-mail, and phone; dealing with grumpy uncles). Running the reunion (kids, food, events, and pictures). Following up with memories that participants will treasure (pictures, stories, and more). The book is arranged in logical step-by-step sequence. There are checklists and forms to simplify the paperwork, websites and other references for further information on topics of special interest, and tips from others who have held successful reunions.