Podcast – Planning a reunion?

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Listen to these insightful reunion planning tips and advice from Edith Wagner, editor of Reunions Magazine. Use the links below to subscribe or listen!

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What topics would you like to know more about? Let us know! Email editor@reunionsmag.com


Episodes


Smart Talk: Family reunions and genealogy

Host Scott LaMar, Smart Talk Host/Executive Producer, WITF Radio, Harrisburg PA.
Interview with Edith Wagner, editor of Reunions magazine. Get great ideas for cruising, food, and much more!
http://www.witf.org/smart-talk/2015/06/smart-talk-family-reunions-and-geneology.php


Family Reunions 'Tis the season for family reunions. We'll look at the health and significance of those extended family get-togethers. http://onpoint.legacy.wbur.org/2013/07/30/family-reunions

Tis the season for family reunions. We’ll look at the health and significance of those extended family get-togethers.

http://onpoint.legacy.wbur.org/2013/07/30/family-reunions

Edith Wagner, On Point guest - July 30, 2013Edith Wagner, On Point guest – July 30, 2013

 

 

 


The Good Life made Better Podcast

This is a podcast about planning the 50th reunion of San Francisco’s Lowell High School, Class of Spring 1966. The interview is on The Good Life Made Better on KDOW, 1220 AM, in Palo Alto, California, part of the Wall Street Business Network. The interviewee is Jim Darcey, senior class president, and interviewer, Stephen Lovell, a member of the same class. Listen and be inspired!


GENEABLOGGERS RADIO – SHOW NOTES FOR FRIDAY, JULY 22, 2011

Stress-free family reunion by Relationships360 with Tiffany Williams-Jallow and Reunions magazine editor, Edith Wagner.


Preserving Family Memories: Get-Togethers!

“Preserving Family Memories”, a series on the What Really Matters podcast, shares ways to invent new family traditions, strengthen the family identity and preserve the moments with photos to last a lifetime.

In this most recent episode, “Get Togethers”, Edith Wagner shares ways thatreunions have adapted to the times and how they can be small and simple, or large or lavish, but they all bring families or groups of friends together.  The appealing nature of this show is the casual conversation between Vicky, Jen and Edith as they join the new generation of reunions and share their stories.

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