REUNIONS

September 21, 2013 

REUNIONS

GUIDELINES

The deadline for reunions is noon Tuesday to submit announcements that will appear in the following Sunday’s paper.

Submissions should be emailed to pfountain@macon.com with “Reunions” in the subject line. Fax submissions to 478-744-4385, attention of “Reunions.”

FAMILY REUNIONS

McTier Family Reunion

The descendants of Kendall McTier are invited to the 24th annual Kendall McTier Family Association reunion Sept. 28, at Reedy Creek Baptist Church, 1128 Reedy Creek Baptist Church Road, in Stapleton, off Ga. 17 between Wrens and Thomson. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m., followed by a program at 11 a.m. and covered-dish lunch at noon. Casual dress. Contact Steven or Sandy McTier at 478-956-8998.

Jackson Family Reunion

The descendants of Samuel Jackson will have their family reunion Sept. 28, at Reed Bingham State Park, Group Shelter Number 3, in Adel. Park pass is $5 per vehicle. Bring covered dish and a lawn chair. For more information call Drucilla Harper, 229-533-6175.

Phillips Family Reunion

The family reunion will start with a family meeting at 11 a.m. Oct. 5, followed by a covered-dish lunch at noon at Boiling Springs Baptist Church, Ga. 86 and Boiling Springs Road in Treutlen County. Contact Kimberly Wrenn, 912-538-8026 or 912-748-2245 or go online to www.facebook.com/phillips.reunion.1.

Smith Family Reunion

The descendants of William Lafayette Smith will gather from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Oct. 6, Al Sihah Shrine Temple Activity Building, 222 Mecca Drive, Macon. A family meeting will be held at 11:30 a.m. (host family is the descendants of Mattie Eugene Smith) and lunch will be afterwards. Contact Dianne Smith Clark (Heritage Committee) at 478-737-7110.

SCHOOL REUNIONS

Peach County High School Class of 1973

Class meets first Saturday of the month at 3 p.m. at Fort Valley State University to make plans for their 40th class reunion. Reunion planned for Oct. 11-12. Call 478-714-4079 or 770-316-7334.

Twiggs County High School Class of 1976

Class reunion gathering at 5 p.m. Oct. 5, at Logans on Arkwright Road, Macon. Contact Larry, 478-501-3180.

Upward Bound Class of 1968 Reunion

The class will commemorate their 45th reunion on Oct. 5 for classes 1968-1972. Any Upward Bounder invited regardless of class year, or completion of the program.

Dress is formal/semi-formal. Contact James Norwood at 770-996-3430 or jamesnorwood@bellsouth.net; or Christy Hill-Inman at 478-474-7637 or llihenaid@yahoo.com.

Miller-Lanier High School Class of 1953 Reunion

The 60th class reunion will be held at 6 p.m. Oct. 12, at the Brickyard Golf Club, 6000 Wesleyan Drive N., in Macon. Cost: $45 per person, cash bar. Call Bobby Lamb at 478-475-4648.

Warner Robins High School Class of 1968

Class will be celebrating their 45th class reunion Nov. 1, at the Warner Robins High School-Northside football game and with a social on Nov. 2. Email Glenda Mooneyham Bryant at luv2ride@bellsouth.net with your contact information. If you can’t attend, please email information for class database to be current.

Central, Northeast and Southwest High Schools Class of 1971

Central, Northeast and Southwest high schools class of 1971 are planning a party to celebrate their 60th birthday on Nov. 30. Contact Arletta Sims at arletta830@aol.com or Edna York-Cade at ednabeatrice@aol.com.

MILITARY/SHIPS REUNIONS

The USS Randolph Reunion Association Indian Rocks Beach Reunion

Reunion date is Sept. 22-29 at the Holiday Inn Harbourside, 401 Second St., Indian Rocks Beach, Fla. Call 800-726-0865 for reservations. Check in 4 p.m. Noon checkout. Cost: $120, all inclusive. Free continental breakfast.

USS Iwo Jima (LPH2/LHD7) Shipmates Reunion

For all ships company and embarked Navy and Marine Corps personnel. Oct. 2-6 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in San Diego. Contact Robert G. McAnally, 152 Frissell St., Hampton, VA 23663. Call Robert at 757-723-0317, email yujack@megalink.net or visit ussiwojimashipmates.cfns.net.

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