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Contributed by rogerclowater, an ePodunk user.

November 12, 2008

 Planning committee meeting for ?Come Home to the River ? McNamee 2009? homecoming is open to the public.

 Planning committee members have opened their November meeting to the public. The purpose is to inform central New Brunswick residents of the progress made in planning next summers homecoming event. The ?Come Home to the River ? McNamee 2009? homecoming is planned for August 14-16, 2009. Seven river communities stretched along this part of the Miramichi River in Central New Brunswick have banded together in planning the largest homecoming reunion ever to be experienced in the area. Events are being planned to coincide with large family reunions also being held. The Price Family reunion and the Stewart-Orr Family reunion will be held on weekends before and after the McNamee 2009 homecoming event.

When: November 29, 2008. Saturday 1:30 PM?4:30 P.M.
Who: Interim Chairman Lorne Amos
Secretary ? Sharon Clark
Treasurer ? Viola Savage
Volunteer Coordinator ? Euphemia Black
Where: Orange Lodge, McNamee Road at Stewart?s Hill, McNamee, NB

roger@rogerclowater.com.

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