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      • Tradition seems to agree that family reunions are every year, with about half of all family reunions being held annually. If you pick a particular week every year (say, the third week in July) then family always knows to keep that time set aside.
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  2. That depends on how broad you defined ‘family’ for the reunion and attendance. There is an annual reunion for the descendants of my great-great-grandparents. They had 10 children who produced children and so on. In general, there’s usually 30 to 40 regulars and maybe another 10 to 15 who show up in random years.

  3. Jun 03, 2014 · Holding the reunion every other year, or even every five years, gives you breathing room between reunions. It also gives your family a chance to miss each other before the next reunion starts! Just make sure you stay in contact with the extended family with newsletters so they remember to put the time aside when the reunion does happen!

  4. How often do families hold reunions? Over 50% of the families that hold reunions have them every year or every other year. Most family reunions have at least three or four generations attending. Although an interesting fact is that 15.80% of all reunions include five (yes, five) generations.

  5. Jun 15, 2011 · We always stay somewhere where we can have meals served, so it can easily cost $600+ per family, maybe more, which is why we only do a reunion every 3-4 years. The thing is, there is no "home place" for my family. We all live in different states so it's not like we can just pop over for 4 hours with a pound cake and some fried chicken.

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