All in the Family

Family reunions aren't what they used to be. Most extended families really are extended — living in multiple states or cities, and not willing to travel far for a day of horseshoes, hot dogs, and hamburgers by Cousin Louie's pool or in Grandma's back yard.

Yet, thanks in large part to our fast-paced, market-driven culture, families increasingly crave an opportunity to get together to share their history and stories in order to feel connected to the past and the future. They're looking

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