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1867 - KALLOCH NEWSLETTER - 2018

151st KALLOCH FAMILY REUNION



Reverend Joseph Kalloch, First Reunion President - 1867
Saturday, August 18, 2018
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
First Universalist Church
345 Broadway, Rockland, ME 04841

Greetings!

FIRSTLY: Please fill out and return the registration form, pg.3, by Friday, August 10.

FOR YUMS AND HISTORY’S SAKE: Co-President Bev Wilson came up with a great idea to collect Kalloch recipes for compiling a family cookbook--Please bring your favorite recipe!

REQUESTS FOR ASSISTANCE: 1) Food setup/clean-up and 2) Help with carrying genealogy boxes.

AGENDA

9:00 A.M.  

Registration, coffee, exploring our family genealogy, and intermingling with fellow Kallochs from near and far. 

 

11:00 A.M. BUSINESS MEETING

a)    Welcome and Report by Co-Presidents Anita Fernald and Bev Wilson.

b)    Treasurer’s Report – Paul Wilson

c)    Kalloch Coffeepot Collection by youngest person present.

d)    Webmaster & Co-Historian – Report on web activities and updates by Ken Kalloch.

e)    Celebration and Remembrances of Family – Marriages, Births and Deaths presented by Registrar Sandy Zimmerman.

f)     Election of Officers.

g)    Adjournment of Business Meeting.

 

12:00 P.M  

LUNCH

1:00 P.M.   Kalloch Reunion Family Photo—Don’t Miss!!
1:15 P.M.   Speaker Eleanor Richardson – Talk on “First Hand Sources” followed by sharing of family research projects.


Our speaker will be Eleanor Richardson, on "The Importance of First-Hand Sources."  Eleanor and Peter Richardson moved to Rockland in 2002. She is the author of five books of local history. For the past ten years she and her husband have been transcribing and editing 80 years of family diaries, written by Joseph and Henry Ingraham – father and son – about Ingraham’s Point in Rockland’s South End. They are on the brink of publishing this 1100-page history. Eleanor enjoys audience participation and will ask: What would you like to know about someone you are close to, but never thought to ask?  How can you save that information?”

3:00 P.M   Edna St. Vincent Millay Home Tour

Following Eleanor's presentation, we are lucky to be invited to tour the Edna St. Vincent Millay house nearby, which is in the process of renovation!  We suggest a donation toward the renovation project of $10/person if possible.

 
DIRECTIONS TO THE FIRST UNIVERSALIST CHURCH in Rockland: From the south: Follow Route 1 into Rockland, and at Stella Maris turn left on Broadway, Route 1A (just before the fire station). After the second light, the church is on your right, a red building, #345. There is parking behind the church, or across the street. From the North: From Route 1, go right at MacDonald's. Go straight at the light, then left on Birch Street, which becomes Broadway. After the first light, pass the high school, then look for the church on your left, a red building. If you get lost, call Eleanor: 207/691-4475.
 
151st REUNION REGISTRATION & ORDER FORM (Print and mail to address at the bottom)




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