Klump & Bertran Family Reunion Information for 2006

 

The family reunion is planned for June 9th, 10th and 11th 2006, the 2nd weekend of June. We are trying to miss Memorial weekend and Father’s Day to eliminate conflicts. The reunion will be held in the Hawley Bed and Breakfast, where it was held last year.  We will have plenty of room to visit and eat protected from the weather. We are still working on the house and a tremendous amount has been done since last year. 

The raffle at the 2005 reunion was a great success.

This year’s raffle will be an afghan donated by Betty Sanford, a chenille scarf donated by Roberta Davis, a white afghan donated by Inez Fattig and the friendship quilt that Sandy Wyngaard put together from the blocks we all decorated with our genealogy at last years reunion. Sandy cut and donated the blocks, collected pictures to add and is having it quilted. Costs will be paid from the raffle. Raffle tickets again this year will be $1 each or 6 for $5.

The last 3 years raffles worked out really well.  We appreciate everyone who bought tickets. Last year we used the money to send out the notices in April and to buy all the food for the family reunion. Peggy planned the meals and did the shopping. Everyone pitched in to cook, bake and tidy up.  This makes it more enjoyable for people traveling to not worry about what to bring.  Thank you everyone! 

My email is pstruwe@unl.edu or pstruwe1943@msn.com or innkeeper@hawleybb.com

 

This year’s family reunion plans:

June 9th, Friday evening for anyone coming in for the reunion, we will be hosting an evening of visiting with dessert and coffee at 545 N 25th Street.

June 10th, Saturday – 545 N 25th will be open and available for visiting and a kitchen for fixing breakfast and lunch.  Main dinner will be Saturday evening at 6pm.

A PowerPoint presentation from last year will be updated and running on a computer that will have many old pictures and family history.    We will have cards and games available for your use.  If you have other ideas for things to do, please let me know. 

June 11th, Sunday – 545 N 25th breakfast will be served by John and Peggy Struwe.  Please come and enjoy breakfast with us.

Lunch will be leftovers and sandwiches.

All food for the whoe reunion this year will be provided by our raffle. I will plan the menu and do the shopping. I hope everyone will pitch in and help cook as happened last year. It was a good time and much fun.

Other things to do in Lincoln: Children’s museum, Folsom Zoo, shopping, State Capitol tour, parks, NE State Historical Society, and many others.

Places to stay: We have a number of beds, so check with us first.  Please let me know if you need a first floor bed, and there are plenty of beds on 2nd floor in both houses. So, please call or write if you need a place to stay. I am looking forward to having the family reunion in Lincoln and seeing all of you!

Any questions – call me at 402 475-6128 evenings or weekends or John’s cell (402) 430-9794 or Peggy's cell anytime (402) 450-6416.

Update: Here are pictures from the family reunion *****************************************************

White afghan crocheted and donated by Inez Fattig. Won by Larry & Helen Trumbull.
The handmade chennile neck scarf was made & donated by Roberta Davis and won by Debbie Struwe.

Red, white & blue afghan crocheted in broomstick lace & donated by Betty Sanford. Won by Kathy
Family quilt squares were created by Sandy Wyngaard in 2005 and attendees at the family reunion in 2005 added genealogy information. The squares were returned to Sandy who put the quilt together and had it machine quilted. She then took pictures shared from the family and created pictures on fabric and added them around the outside edge of the quilt. On the back she added pictures from her immediate family. The quilt was drawn by Inez Fattig who will return it in 2007 for the next drawing. Each person will keep the quilt for 1 year, returning it for the next drawing so it can be enjoyed by all. Thanks to Sandy for all the work and donating the quilt to the family reunion for the yearly raffle.