McGee Family Reunion
 
 
 
 
 
2014 Mcgee Reunion will be on the West Coast ... Las Vegas.. San Diego top picks!!
Learning about what happened in the past can be interesting and grounding. Memories of events fade, records are lost ... this is our attempt to keep our history alive for the future generations.

 

Welcome to the McGee Family Reunion Website.  

 

This site was established as a means of capturing family history and distributing family information to all family members. We strive to develop a site that the entire family will be proud of. Your input and suggestions are solicited and encouraged.

 

We ask that each family member to continue to take the time to review the site and provide your input to the web site moderator via the link located under “contacts”. We will take all recommendations into consideration and endeavor to produce a site that will be a treasure for the family for years to come.

 

The McGee Family Reunion Website Moderator

 

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 McGee Family Reunion (3 - 6 July 2014) News


It’s time to make your reservations for the 2014 McGee Family Reunion in fun-filled Las Vegas, Nevada.   The 2014 reunion will be held at the Orleans Hotel and Casino on July 3rd thru July 6th, 2014.  Your Reunion Committee selected the following theme “A Family Rich in Heritage” We hope the richness of our heritage is reflected in all the riches we hope you to gain while in Las Vegas. Take this time to share stories, introduce your children, and show pictures of all that we may have missed for the last two years. Embrace the opportunity to learn of the talent, love and culture we each develop in our personal lives. 

 

"A Family Rich in Heritage"


McGee Family Reunion Registration Packet can be found via the link below (click):

Please return your forms by  May 01, 2014. 


Learning about our family history can be fascinating, heartbreaking and grounding.  Memories of events fade, records are lost ... this is our attempt to keep our history alive for the future generations.