Archive for the ‘**Reunion Memories**’ Category

Reunion 2016 in Pictures

Sunday, August 14th, 2016
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Henry Hewitt looking at the notebooks of stories people write at the Reunion each year. If you took home one of the little blue books to write your story, you can mail it back to the address on the front, write it as a facebook posting, or send it in an email to newsletter@hmcfamily.com and we will put it on the website. You can read the stories in “HMC Family Memories” to the right.

 

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Brad Kerr setting up the Daniel Hewitt Matheny Challenge -Two Hops and a Jump. [James Andrew Hewitt]
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Before the wind stopped this activity, Roger Shipman and Al Ernest setting up the Family Out Standing in Their Field family tree.
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Kathy Percy looking at the family albums.  [Isaiah Cooper, Jr.]

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Al Ernest, Merrilee Johnson (HMC Co-president), Scott Fery, Lindsey Lawrence

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Louis Rodge (HMC treasurer) and Barbara Rodge [Isaiah Cooper, Jr.]
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Brad Kerr and Brent Kerr [James Andrew Hewitt]

Family Reunion, by Merrilee Johnson (9-17-11)

Saturday, September 17th, 2011

At a reunion when I was much younger (about 7 or 8) someone was beating on a tree stump with a stick and apparently disrupted a nest of bees — wasps or yellow jackets.  They attacked some kids, and I remember Laura Denton getting the worst of it!

Made that reunion a lot more memorable in my impressionable mind.

I also remember playing baseball in a nearby field after eating.  That was where the guys went to avoid the meeting!

Merrilee Johnson [James Andrew Hewitt descendant]

Babies on a Blanket, by Kay Kerr (8-7-11)

Sunday, August 7th, 2011

I remember in the early days when we came to the reunion, we had a trio of girls.  Merrilee Johnson, Barbara and Christie Kerr were babies on a blanket smiling up at us. How they have grown now.

Kay Kerr, wife of Jean Kerr [James Andrew Hewitt descendant]