Sunday, June 14, 2015

How To Make A Keepsake Reunion Booklet

There are many ways to make your family reunion a memorable one. But to make it meaningful, orderly and well arranged there is only one item that will do that and more. In addition it is the one gift you can give each household as a memento of the occasion. Consider the invaluable family reunion keepsake booklet. 

Keepsake booklets are the traditional family reunion publication. It's included in most reunion events for several good reasons. It's the one item that is in high demand by all households. No one will want to leave without one. 

How To Make A Family Reunion Keepsake Booklet

The booklet includes the reunion event itinerary complete with dates, location and activities. Most booklets contain words from the chairperson and welcome letter from local officials. The booklet may feature some family history including those who have contributed to it's survival and any notable community and social work as well as business and other notable achievements.

The following is a basic structure of a typical keepsake family memory reunion booklet. Write up, print and bind the following pages.

Page 1 Cover Page
Page 2 Chairperson
Page 3 Local Official Welcome Letter
Page 4 Our Family History
Page 5 Outline Of Reunion Activities
Page 6 Dinner Banquet Program
Page 7 In Memoriam
Page 8 Family Business Cards
Page 9 Family Address Directory
Page 10 Acknowledgements

Additional pages may include poems, the 'must have' reunion welcome package, genealogy presentation pages such as the family tree and other documents.

The keepsake family reunion booklet is often consulted when writing the annual family newsletter. It is a reliable resource for outlining family connections. It makes for the ideal family business directory. It is a source of inspiration and serves a the basis for establishing ones unique identity in the community.

The family reunion memory booklet maker is a prominent feature of Fimark's Family Reunion Planner social web app. For more information on making your own keepsake family memory reunion booklet go here.