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People are encouraged to start arriving at 10:00 am so there is adequate time to visit and to set up for the activities. A playground leader will have activities and equipment for children during the afternoon.
Items should be brought for a silent auction. The proceeds will be used for expenses for the reunion and possible future activities. There will also be a program about the Grimland family, and information will be given about the significant progress toward publishing a Grimland family tree. People should bring information about the family to add to and to verify the current information, so the family tree can be finalized and published after the reunion.
For additional information, to volunteer to help, or for questions, contact the planning committee co-chairs of Joyce David at (254) 694-0089 or JJDav@cniemail.com or Carol Couch at (817) 283-0250 or Couch0101@aol.com . Additional contacts for the reunion include Wanda Mobley and Ruell Solberg, Jr. Their telephone numbers and email addresses are (915) 784-6589 and email@example.com and (210) 684-1326 and SolbergR@asme.org , respectively.
CHAMPIONSHIP GOLFER. The Sept. 4
issue of THE CLIFTON RECORD indicated that 11-year-old Alexa Grimland has had a
very good summer playing golf on the North American PGA Junior Prep Tour.
She entered a dozen tournaments and finished in first place in nine, second in
two, and fourth in one. There was information about her in the Nov.
25, 2001 Grimland family email newsletter. Alexa is a daughter of
Larry Grimland and Jessica Duckworth. Larry is the child of the late Allen
Grimland and Janelle Sanders of the Norse Community. Allen was the third
child of Oscar Grimland and the second child of his second wife Annie Christine
Buswold. Oscar was the third child of Jorgen (Little Yern) Grimland and
Annie Olson. Little Yern was the fifth child of Kittel Grimland and the
sixth of Liv Nilsdatter.
STAGES OF GENEALOGY. The FAMILY CIRCLE JOURNAL of the Hamilton County Genealogical Society recently listed the five stages of genealogy, which some of us can probably relate to with all of the information which we have been obtaining. First is Denial (I'm NOT related to you.) followed by Anger (I'm related to YOU?). Then, comes Bargaining (Okay, I'm related to you, but only by marriage.) and Depression (You mean I am related to you?). Last is Acceptance (I guess that I am related to you.)
KOREY COUCH. After significant
back pain, Korey Couch recently had disc surgery. He is proceeding
through a slow recovery and has to be careful of actions and lifting
things. Korey is the second son of Carol Grimland and John Couch, Jr.
Carol is the second daughter of Bonnie Solberg and Irvin Grimland. Bonnie
is a twin with Johnny Solberg as the eighth and ninth children of Josie Johnson
and Ole Solberg, Jr., who was the first child of Kerste Grimland and Ole
Solberg. Also, Irvin was a child of Constance Lindberg and Beno Grimland.
Beno was the fifteenth child of Yern Grimland and his second wife Inger
FAMILY IN MILITARY. There is interest in family members that are currently in the military. Send information to me of the branch of the military, rank, current location, U.S. and email addresses, telephone number, etc. for each person, and we will help them to be more aware of each other.
SEPTEMBERFEST. The 25th annual
Septemberfest will be held at Cranfills Gap, Texas in Bosque County on September
14 (Saturday). Fun for the entire family and all-day events include
entertainment, arts and crafts booths, food, classic car show, quilt show,
various children's activities, pictorial history of Bosque County, lawnmower
races, basketball and volleyball tournaments, horseshoe and washer tournaments,
and cow patty bingo. An olde-time main street parade begins at 10:00 am
and has been timed in the past to last more than 30 minutes. A number of
senior classes of the Gap school are having class reunions also.
LIVE IN NORWAY. For the second year running, the U.N. Human Development Report ranked Norway as the number one place in the world to live, based on a list of indicators including health, wealth, and social outlook. The report ranks 173 nations according to the degree of human development. Sweden was third.
Ruell Solberg, Jr.
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