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Subject: RE: Reunion Vision -- WHAT KIND
Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2001 10:57:35 -0400
I haven't a clue which clan the Jackson's are associated with,but I did find
than my mom's name,Morgan, is connected with the Mackay Clan...Ihave never
been to the games,,I hope I can afford to go at least one day..
> -----Original Message-----
> From:Ann Massengill/John Evans [SMTP:]
> Sent:Tuesday, June 19, 2001 10:03 AM
> Subject:Re: Reunion Vision -- WHAT KIND
> Danny, this is a great idea! It's been ages since I have been to the
> at Grandfather. I know that they set aside areas for each clan. If we
> as much space as Bentonville or even the auditorium at the JCCollege, we
> do the same. Please pay attention to how they register attendees and how
> they keep up with them -- message boards, yell-a-thons, announcements.
> MyJohn is of Burns lineage -- he doesn't really care! I love him for lots
> of reasons, but I love the Campbell (Burns) tartan and marrying him gave
> good chance to claim it! So remember when you hear "The Campbell's are
> a-coming" that this was first sung in derision because they couldn't keep
> straight which side they were on during the Highland Wars (see
> and often promised to fight with both sides.
> This part of the message will definitely self-destruct before he gets his
> ----- Original Message -----
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> Sent: Tuesday, June 19, 2001 9:18 AM
> Subject: RE: Reunion Vision -- WHAT KIND
> > If we have an exceptionally large number,,I think Bentonville
> > would make a good meeting place,,perhaps have a JOCO Reunion "Fair"
> > type outting.I will be vacationing at Lake Lure @ Chimney Rock,NC in
> > and it happens to be the same weekend as the Scottish Highlands games at
> > Grandfather Mountain,,so I might check it out and see if I can get some
> > ideas from that event.(not that I will be wearing a kilt or playing
> > bagpipes!)
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