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As an incentive for your time to answer these questions, we will give you a one-year subscription to Reunions magazine. Be sure to include your name and address so we'll know where to send it. If you are planning your first reunion, say so and complete answers with what you are hoping to do.
The distinction of Reunions magazine is that our content is reader-driven. That means our readers share their own reunion stories/reports and fill them with lessons, answers, suggestions, ideas, cautions and always the joy of reunion. We realize not every reunion is lucky enough to have someone willing to submit a report, so we devised these questions whose answers give us some really good ideas about your reunion. Some answers can be woven into reports, others are cited in feature material in the magazine. For example, you report interesting kids activities and we might use that in a feature about planning for kids at reunions. Or if you play special games at your reunion, you could expect to see that cited in reunion games.
If you have a report to submit for consideration for the magazine, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have pictures, they MUST be 300dpi or higher. Send pictures to email@example.com.
Think of this as your contribution to others who are planning their reunions. Then, peruse reunion planning material in Reunions magazine and on reunionsmag.com for ideas from others to you.
Share the joy!
REUNION TYPES (S)
How and why do you choose your reunion location?
Does it change or remain the same?
Where was your last reunion?
Where is your next reunion?
How often do you hold reunions?
How long are they?
When is your next reunion?
How do you finance your reunion?
Who establishes, approves and maintains your budget and finances?
How many reunions have you organized?
Are you the originator?
How is your reunion organizer chosen?
Have you passed reunion stewardship from one generation to the next?
How did you do it?
Do you have committees?
Do you have willing helpers?
What special activities do you include in your reunion program?
How do you break the ice and get everyone involved?
What are your reunion traditions?
STAYING IN TOUCH
How do you keep your members involved?
Do you have a newsletter or special communication?
How do you promote and publicize your reunion?
We encourage you to share copies of memory books, newsletters and other reunion communications; send samples or put us on your mailng list. Reunions Magazine, PO Box 11727, Milwaukee WI 53211-0727.
THE YOUNGEST GENERATION
How are children involved in your reunion? Are they involved in planning? Ideas? Have responsibilities at the reunion?
PRESERVING YOUR REUNION
How do you save (and later share) your reunion memories?
Other, such as family web page, social networking sites, facebook,YouTube?
WHAT ARE YOUR REUNION QUESTIONS?
What reunion dilemmas mystify you? What would make your reunion organizing responsibility easier? How can REUNIONS MAGAZINE help?
We use examples in Reunions magazine and sometimes as referrals for interviews by other media.
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