Greetings Hill Family!
We are excited to annouce that plans have begun for the 2014 Hill Family Reunion in Renova, MS. The reunion will kick off on Saturday, May 24th, 2014 and will consist of a fun-filled 2 day event. Please click the Schedule of Events tab to your left for full details.
As you can tell, we’ve updated our
Hill Backyard Reunion website. Well scratch that, I meant Hill Throwback Reunion website. It seems we've had a slight name change this year to justify our Throwback Reunion theme. No worries, the name change is only temporary and will in no way deter from our backyard beginnings.
And since our theme this year is all about our link to the past, we thought we would do things a little different this year. There will be no new t-shirt sales this year so pull out your favorite reunion t-shirt and let’s take a trip down memory lane. If you don’t have an old t-shirt lying around or you’ve been using them for dust rags, we have a few left over from last year and the year before and the year before that and well you get my point. The price for vintage t-shirts will be $2.50 each. Note my use of the word vintage. And for those who feel at a lost because they didn’t get their t-shirt this year, we are offering some new souvenirs for your consideration also so click on our Purchase Cool Stuff tab to see what’s new.
Lastly, let me acknowledge the wonderful committee of family volunteers who work countless hours behind the scene in order to make this year's reunion successful. There’s a lot of work that goes into the planning of this event and without their selfless work none of this would be possible. Trust me the phrase “blood, sweat and tears” has a rightful place here. Hmm, I think I've come up with a new reality TV show.
On behalf of the family volunteers, we look forward to seeing you this Memorial Day Weekend and we pray God’s blessing on each of you.
P.S. Feel free to leave a comment or suggestion through our Contact Us Page
Alex Haley said, "In every conceivable manner, the family is the link to our past, bridge to our future. Each generation has both the responsibility and privilege to add bricks to the bridge of its family.”
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