Kalloch Family Reunion Association
|IF YOU HAVE EVER PLANNED TO ATTEND A KALLOCH REUNION, NOW IS THE TIME!|
Hello, To Our Kalloch Family from President Anita Fernald
Forgive me, but I am jumping right in to get us
up to speed on where we are at and what is up! As a courtesy to us, we will have
use of the Elks Club from 2pm - 5pm the day before our event for setting-up and
decorating in the specific areas for the different activities! And this year, we
need some strong helpers to bring in and set up heavy items and equipment; and
also Lighter Help Decorating with, flowers, streamers, and the like for tables!
(No Helium Balloons are Allowed.)
Physical Help will be setting up in the hall with Peter's Kalloch Genealogy Folders, and Pictures. And some strong arms for a table for the Copier for Peter and Ken, and tables for Ken! There are many separate areas with which to accommodate several activities including the Children's area and Face Painting and a place for a Photo Booth!
I (Anita) will be in Camden, at the Capt. Swift Inn from August 7th, through Monday, August 21st., which will give me a chance to scope out the Hall for Areas for each activity!
I am enclosing the Kalloch Reunion REGISTRATION FORM. Please fill out this form for all items that you need, or want as they must be paid in advance! Remember to purchase your T-shirt in the color of your Ancestor, Alexander, John, or Matthew. This is new and will be a fun way for our Cousins and Descendants to easily identify one another!
Please Enclose a Check for the Total, including Lunch, and make your Check payable to: Kalloch Family Reunion Association (KFRA), and Mail it to our Treasurer: Paul Hobbs Wilson,
300 Main St., Apt 3, Orono, ME 04473! All items will available for pickup at the Reunion!
Photo Booth: Where families can gather "cousins" together and take group
Children's Activities: Screened area, table and chairs. We will need volunteers helping set up.
Face Painting Booth: With Brenda Cayouette, face-painter from the Lobster Festival!
Scottish Dancers: For Demonstrations, and our Participation for dancing
A Kalloch Family Reunion Photo, 8x16, in color, suitable for framing, will be taken the day of the Reunion. Further info on Kalloch Family Reunion Photo to come!
PROGRAM & ENTERTAINMENT
Peter Richardson: Our Kalloch Family Reunion Historian, and Book Author
Robert Skoglund: The Humble Farmer, and News Publisher Gilchrist & Robinson Family Historian
James Skoglund: Gilchrist & Robinson, Historian, and Curator, Gilchrist & Robinson Historian
Kendall Merriam: Past Poet Laureate of Rockland, and Author From the Kalloch Family.
Captain James Kalloch: Maine Mariner Historian who will speak on '"Four Kalloch Sailors"
TO HELP - please contact the following:
(or send with registration form:)
Anita L. Fernald: firstname.lastname@example.org; 860-460-7526
PHOTOS, GENEALOGY: Peter Richardson, 22 Mechanic St., Rockland, ME 04841 email@example.com
WEBMASTER, Historian and Genealogy: Ken Kalloch firstname.lastname@example.org
MAILING LIST and NEWSLETTER:
Eleanor Richardson: 22 Mechanic St., Rockland, ME 04841; email@example.com; 207-596-5502.
HATS, T-SHIRTS, MEMORABILIA: Beverly Wilson - firstname.lastname@example.org 207-945-5391
REUNION SUPPORT: Paul Hobbs Wilson, treasurer - email@example.com 207-949-2972
REUNION SUPPORT: Cathy D. Cubilla
REGISTRATION & ORDER FORM (Print and mail to address at the bottom)
Reunion Minutes from 1951 to 2016, and reunion information back to 1867.
The Gilchrest-Robinson reunion pot-luck picnic will be held at noon at the St. George Grange hall on Sunday, August 20, 2017 (the day after the Kalloch Reunion). Bring food and come if you can. If you can't bring food simply come and socialize with your relatives. Get a copy of your family tree. No program is planned.
Many of us Kalloch's from the St. George, Maine area are related to the Gilchrest's and Robinson's. Finley's son Matthew married Moses Robinson's daughter, Margaret, so all Kalloch's from this branch are also Robinsons. There are also many other connections between our families.
Killough Family Reunion - North Carolina / Arkansas Branch
For more information about the Killough Family - NC Branch, visit their Facebook group page. Note, it is a closed group.
Killough Reunion Association of the Killough Massacre Memorial Site
The most recent reunion was held on June 17, 2017 at the Killough monument site, where a number of Killough family members were massacred in 1838 by a party of Mexicans and Indians. For more info visit the Killough Reunion Association Announcements. The next reunion will be in 2019.
Greetings to our Killough Relatives!!!
Kalloch family webmaster/historian Ken Kalloch & Kalloch family historian
Peter Richardson wearing 2003 Killough Reunion t-shirts.