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This Year's Reunion Will Be October 6, 2013


PLACE: Old Post Park
TIME: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Picnic Shelter Number 8
Potluck Lunch at 1:00 pm


Can you believe that this is the 33nd Eubanks family reunion?

The first R.W. Eubanks family reunion was held September 15, 1974 …… 39 years ago, at the homes of Marvin and Beluah Eubanks and their daughter Bernice Brigham in the North New Hope community, northwest of Dover, Arkansas. There were a few of the early years when there was no reunion. But at least for the last 26 years we have held our family reunion come rain or shine.

Time passes so quickly that it’s sometimes hard to believe that a group of our family, our ancestors, started getting together over 39 years ago to celebrate those who came before us.

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When you’re in your youth these reunions don’t seem so important. But as the years go by and you start to notice the “ONE’S” that are no longer with us, you start to realize how important they really are. It’s a time of remembrance….a time to reflect on our youth, a time to see uncles’ and aunts’, a time to remember baseball games in a pasture, where aunts’ in dresses played first base, where cousins, male and female played the outfield. Mornings of chocolate gravy, aunts that put cows milk in cartons so you would drink it. I could go on but you get the idea.

As time goes by and we get so wrapped up in raising our families and making a ‘livin’, we don’t visit our kin like folks of the past did. I remember lots of Sunday picnics after church with swimming in the bayou. My kids missed a lot of this because we were “TO BUSY”. Well, if you’re in the same boat, it’s not to late to start renewing these relationship with cousins, aunts and uncles. There are some folks missing from reunions of the past. And there will be some missing from future reunions. But let us honor them by continuing to attend.

There will be games for the kiddies also. So bring your children, bring your grandchildren, and bring you lawn chairs. The lawn chairs are for those of us to old or to tired to do anything more than sit and visit.

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There will also be a Bean Bag toss games again year.