|Choose and engage a video taping company.|| 9 Months
|Decide on the details of the reunion, such as these possibilities:
A. Hospitality room set up at the hotel the afternoon before big night.
B. Brunch the morning after.
C. Picnic that weekend.
The committee needs to decide when all of these activities will start and end, where will they be held, and how much they will cost. All of this information will be necessary for the invitational letter. Also, include an incentive, such as a souvenir or cash discount, for registering and paying two months before the reunion.
real estate records for missing classmates starting in the county of your school,
and then proceed to nearby counties and the Internet.
Begin planning the activities for the reunion night. Decide on what prizes will be awarded for what accomplishments. What introductions will be made, and generally who will do what and when.
|7 months||Include in your public records search, property in
the married name of the missing women, their husbands as named in
the marriage certificate, and property held jointly.
1. If the property is owned jointly or in the name of the woman only, send an initial letter.
2. If the property is owned by a man named as the groom, send him a letter of inquiry, even if classmate is not a joint owner.
|Mail the invitational letter and a biographical sketch form, include a coupon to be returned. In the letter, ask for photos of those who cannot be at the reunion for the Memory book.||6 months but January is best.|
Start publicity campaign.
Decide on souvenirs.
|5 months||Search local assessors rolls for property owned by parents or in-laws Send them letters of inquiry.|