Welcome Aboard Our JPFA Reunion Bus! AND
Seeking New John Pack Family Association Officers!
JOHN PACK Family Reunion – July 31st – August 1st 2015
Friday: July 31st at the FHL in SLC
4 to 6 p.m. Workshop
7 to 8:30 p.m. Family History meeting
Saturday, Aug 1st at This is the Place State Park
9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Registration at the John Pack Home
9:30 a.m. Meet at This is the Place Monument at for the bus tour.
10 to 11:45 a.m. Bus tour of SLC sites for John Pack
Noon to 1:00p.m. Lunch
1 to 2 p.m. Meeting with Elections & Entertainment
Entrance to the park is free. Wristbands for activities are $5 per person for ages 3 on up. (bought
at the home.) We can park by the Kimball home. Bus ride is paid by JPFA funds.
Books for sale at the home or order from the website: www. johnpackfamily.org
“The Redoubtable John Pack” $10 each
“John Pack as Revealed in the Records” $15 each
Yearly dues are $10 per family or an individual
Lunch: Order a box lunch, buy within the park or bring your own.
Cafe Zupas Box Lunches: $8 each including bottled water
1) Italian Club Sandwich, chips & a cookie
2) Garden Chicken Chop Salad, bread & a cookie
Order your lunches by July 26th with Linda Westover
Contact Linda Westover at [email protected] or 1- 801-226-4111
Send all money to President Andi Zorn We will accept credit card payments at the park.
If you have any questions contact:
Kathleen Skinner at 1-801-513-7364 [email protected]
Margie Grider at 1-801- 641-3843 [email protected]
Andi Zorn at 1 -435-840-5687 [email protected]
We are seeking new officers for JPFA President, Secretary and Treasurer to serve during
2015-2016. Andi Zorn has carried too much responsibility the last year. If you are willing to
serve in one of these positions for a year, please contact Kathleen Skinner at 801-513-7364 or
[email protected] before the Reunion! We need you!!!
President duties: Plan agendas for quarterly meetings, etc.
Desire to maintain the social and family history objectives of the
Oversee family reunions and other family projects.
Secretary duties: Create and maintain notes for the meetings and contact representatives.
Assist the president as needed.
Treasurer duties: Collect funds and manage the budget for the organization.