Once lunch was over we went around the corner to the Gilgal Garden. For those that have never been there before, it is a small park with random sculpture and quotes. Everything is sculpted by hand, but there is seemingly no rhyme or reason.
Crystal and Kyra at the top Voyanne on the ground.
Saturday Morning we went up to Highland Gardens Park in the Avenues for the Workman Family Reunion. We started with a dutch oven breakfast cooked by Mark Workman. There was lots of visiting before and during breakfast. After breakfast it was time for business. Larry Streadbeck started out by talking about the organization and some of the things they do.
Larry Bilyeau, newcomer to the reunion filled in some of the historical details.
Ann Bubert talked about the finances of the organization, and the upcoming membership drive.
Mark Workman talked about the next reunion and a special gift the organization was able to give to preserve a historic church in Hurricane, UT.
Joseph Buchanan has done the Website for many years and he will be going on a mission soon, he talked for a minute about the Website.
Amy does the quarterly newsletter.
Jeanene Brown is the secretary for the organization.
After the business was taken care of we gathered for a group picture, it hasn't been published yet. But the Donohoo clan had a group shot taken, and taken and taken some more, there were 8 of us in the picture and at least 9 cameras used.
Front: Uncle David & Aunt Dolores
Middle: Sara, Crystal, Me, Aunt Karen, Shari
Back: Andi & Don
After pictures was lots of visiting.
Ann & Aunt Dolores
Don & Shari
Dave and Annalynn Osbourn
Larry Streadback's wife
Larry Bilyeau brought some of his mountain man things.
Crystal Bilyeau and Aunt Karen
Gary Streadbeck and Larry Bilyeau
Uncle David & Sara
Larry Streadbeck & Aunt Karen
Larry Bilyeau & Jeanene Brown
I had a good time visiting with everyone.
THANK YOU TO EVERYONE THAT WORKED HARD TO MAKE THIS A FUN REUNION!!
Welcome to my blog. The thoughts and opinions here are strictly my own.My parents signed me up for my 1st book club before I was born. I have always loved books and reading.The 1st LDS Fiction I read was Added Upon by Nephi Anderson when I was 10. At the time it was the very best LDS Fiction had to offer. It has greatly improved over the past few years. I read as much as I can in my spare time.I grew up in Massachusetts, went to High School at Algonquin Regional High School, and college at Utah State University.I have lived in Michigan, Massachusetts & Utah.I currently live in Phoenix, AZ where I work full time as a Patient Care Advocate, and I make ties to order in my spare time.If you see a tie you would like to order, or need something special for an occasion contact me at Primarymary2@gmail.com. Please keep in mind, I made all of my ties in cotton, and have to be tied. They can be made in many different sizes up to Adult, but please check for fabric availability.