LFA Reunion 2011
Summer is reunion time. Some of the many reunions that we may have on our schedule might include high school class reunions, missionary reunions, team reunions, immediate family reunions including separate gatherings for siblings, and/or children, and/or grandchildren, and/or great grandchildren, and extended family reunions. Good Grief! So many! We would like to attend them all but there are only 10 or 12 weekends in the summer and we may want to squeeze in a little vacation among the summer sports, outings, and other activities. But, don’t miss THIS Reunion!
Friday, June 10
- 3:30 PM: Church History Library Tour. Directly across the street (east) from the Conference Center. Meet just inside the front door for a tour arranged by our own Stephen Livingston.
- 6:00 PM: Salt Lake Temple Session. We will meet at 6:00 PM at the recommend desk. We are working hard to have several names ready for temple work. If you know of any work on your lateral lines that needs to be completed, please bring a card to do an endowment or sealing this evening.
Saturday, June 11
- 8:00-9:30 AM: Country breakfast. Saturday from 8:00-9:30 AM breakfast will be served, once again by the Doug Livingston Family, at the Lehi North Stake Center located in Lehi at 2800 North Center Street. (east side of I-15)
- 10:00 AM: Business Meeting. We will award for the second year the “Attendance Trophy” to the line with the most attendees. (The William line was the first year’s winner (2010) and has plans to continue that tradition!). There will also be displays and presentations.
- Childrens Activities will include the game 'A Minute to Win It' and an Air Rocket Building Contest.
- 1:00 PM: Scottish lunch, Festival and Highland Games. At 1:00 PM we will all be journeying to the west side of I-15 for an exciting and traditional afternoon of fun, competition and music at Thanksgiving Point with closing ceremonies at 6 PM. We will notify you of the entrance fee and cost of the lunch in the reminder postcard and email that we will send out in May.
If you are coming from out of town we want to let you know that there is a bed and breakfast “The Hansen House” which is the former home of William Dobbie Kuhne, the adopted son of Granny’s daughter Ellen and John Dobbie, whose memories about the Livingstons are in this newsletter. The home has been restored to that era and is a lovely place with Livingston connections. If you mention you are coming to the Livingston reunion they may offer you a discount on your stay. http://hansenhouse.com/history