Thursday, October 30, 2014
Family Reunion Friday - Cayemberg Family 1946
When reunions begin sure there's lots of enthusiasm. That's to be expected. People think keeping the enthusiasm is hard, but why is that? Do you have an annual water balloon toss? Baking contest? A family reunion baseball or football game that everyone loved playing in? A tug-of-war? Why did you stop having them? Was it because Uncle Bill was getting too old to play? What about Billy Jr? Maybe Uncle Bill can't play anymore, but that doesn't mean he wouldn't enjoy cheering on his branch of the family. That he wouldn't enjoy watching his cousins, children and grandchildren make the same memories he had made in reunions past!
Focusing on what the aging portion of a reunion can and cannot do and basing your itinerary on that is a sure-fire way to bore the heck out of the younger crowd. Heck...you're probably boring the heck out of the older crowd too! Make sure you incorporate fun into the day so that the enthusiasm that was at the 9th reunion is still there for the 79th, 89th or 99th reunion!
"Cayemberg Family Has 9th Reunion
Pamperin Park was the meeting place for the ninth family reunion of the children of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Cayemberg.
There were 94 members of the family at the dinner Sunday, including great-grandchildren. The reunion was an all day affair at which the family pictures were taken and those present signed the record book.
Games were played with winner being: Adelbert Guillette, Tonet; Marie Cayemberg, Ensign, Mich.; Nancy Cayemberg, Manitowos; Gladys Carrie Cayemberg, Green Bay, race winners; Mrs Wallace Guillette, Tonet, door prize; Mrs. Thersia Massert, Rosin and Byron Gregor, Rio Creek, guessing games.
Mrs. Edward Van Ben Den and Mrs Jerry Tilkens were the co-chairmen for the reunion. Mrs. Florence Cayemberg received a gift from the family.
Next year the family will hold their tenth reunion at Pamperin Park again. Mrs. Russell Anderson and Mrs. Harvey Moureau have been named as 1947 chairman. Only one son, Wilfred, Manitowoc, was unable to attend."
The clipping was taken from a scrapbook handed down to me by my mother in law. No newspaper name was given, but other reunion articles were from the Green Bay Press Gazette.