(Transcribed from the original handwritten copy.)
Aug. 28, 1971
The 104th Reunion of the Kalloch Family was held at the Spring-Robinson home, St. George with 18 present.
The meeting was called to order by President Henry K. Allen.
The Secretary's and Treasurer's report were read and accepted.
The following people had passed away in the last year: Dora Kalloch, and Ray Knowlton. Prayer was offered by Mabel Kalloch Rollins.
The nominating committee consisting of Bertha Drewett, Mabel Rollins and Faustina Spring recommended that the same officers serve another year.
Pres. Henry Kalloch Allen
V. Pres. Hazel Hills
Sec. & Treas. Leola Robinson
Historians: Marguerite Gould and Bertha Drewett
Mrs. Bertha Drewett told of the work she is doing on the Kalloch Genealogy.
Mr. Charles Kalloch told about the book written by Almeda Kalloch who was Mabel Rollins' mother. "Just Jottings" was the title of the book and Mr. Kalloch read the "Foreword" and one chapter.
Mrs. Rollins read a letter from Linwood Moody of Union who is interested in Kalloch homes.
During lunch a telephone call from Helen Harris who wished to be remembered to the group as she was unable to attend. Henry Allen reported on contacts he had had with Nancy K. Sack, granddaughter of Dr. Herbert Kalloch who had expected to be present but was detained because of illness in the family.
Mabel Rollins gave a brief resumé of the Kalloch Family coming to the country from Scotland.
After remarks by several it was voted to adjourn.
Leola F. Robinson, Secretary
(Treasurer's report followed, and was not included here.)
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