Hedrick\/Shepherd\r\n\r\nCome one, come all to the Greenbrier County Hedrick\/Shepherd 49th reunion Saturday, Aug. 1, at the Mt. Vernon Methodist Church Grounds in Sinks Grove near Fort Spring. We gather for a noon time meal with meat and eating utensils provided. Those coming please bring a covered dish and beverage to share. We have many allied families, such as 150 Coffmans, 75 Burdettes, 400 Hedricks, 45 Hinkles, Johnsons, Jones, a few Kings and Knights but no Queens, almost 100 Lemons, and over 50 Ramseys, Zickefooses and Zurns. Moses Hedrick, our main ancestor, had four wives and thousands of descendants. If you are related to a Greenbrier Hedrick or Shepherd come and join us. Summers and Raleigh County Hedricks are welcome too. Contact persons are Dick Yates at firstname.lastname@example.org and Jeanette Bodurtha at bodurthaJ@hartwick.edu.\r\n\r\nHoover\r\n\r\nThe 49th annual Hoover Family reunion will be held Saturday, July 25, at the Greenbrier State Forest cabin area. Family and friends are invited to gather at noon with the picnic beginning at 1 p.m. Meat, soft drinks, ice and chips will be provided. Please bring your favorite side dish or dessert to complete the picnic meal. The Hoover family members are descendants of Emmons Bright Hoover and Rachel Susan Daugherty Hoover.\r\n\r\nJohns(t)on? Johnson\r\n\r\nyearly reunion for families and friends will be held the 2nd Sunday in July - this time the 12th at 12:30 p.m. Bring your favorite dish, also, any photos, stories and genealogy to share.\r\n\r\nLong\r\n\r\nDescendants of Achilles Murat Long and Nancy Ann Bennett are invited to a reunion Saturday, July 11, noon until the fun ends, at Ronceverte Island Park Shelter #1, Ronceverte, next to the Greenbrier River and a play area. Lunch will be served at 12:30. Bring food to share, and a comfortable chair. There is a contest for the best homemade items. Fried chicken, paper goods, sodas, water, and ice cream will be provided. There will be an auction to help raise funds to cover the reunion expenses. Please bring an item to contribute for the auction and money to buy auction items. For more information, contact Linda Weikle at 304-645-0058.\r\n\r\nSuttle\r\n\r\nAll family and friends are invited to the Suttle reunion at Williamsburg Community Building Sunday, July 19. Doors open at 11 a.m. eating at 12:30 p.m. Please bring serving utensils, food, drink and any family photos to share.\r\n\r\nWilliamsburg Junior High\r\n\r\nAll School Reunion registration deadline approaching. There will be an All School Reunion Saturday, Aug. 1, for students who attended Williamsburg Jr. High School in Williamsburg. The reunion is for students who attended Williamsburg Jr. High School (WJHS), but did not fall in the classes eligible to graduate from Williamsburg High School. If you attended WJHS between 1962 to 1992, this reunion is for you. There will be day-long activities at the former Williamsburg Jr. High School and the Williamsburg Community Building. Photos will be on display, a memorial service will be held, and the evening will conclude with a dinner and dance at the Williamsburg Community Building. Registration forms have been mailed to all alumni, and one must return the registration form in order to attend the dinner and dance. It is not possible to pay at the door. The registration deadline for the reunion is July 19. Questions, call Debbie Sizemore at 304-645-6595.