2018 reunion – San Angelo, Texas: “ Family Ties”
By Linda Binns
Being a part of the largest family in Texas means you have a lot of ties. If you go to a big university in Texas, it’s almost guaranteed a classmate is your cousin. In some communities, it’s almost certain that one of your neighbors is a relative. You have family members who are war heroes, and those who are dedicated to God. Whether you grew up in a town full of cousins, or never met one, if you’re a member of the Hoelscher – Buxkemper family, you have family ties like no other family in Texas. Come to the 33rd Biennial Hoelscher – Buxkemper reunion and learn about all them. It will take place in San Angelo, Texas on Saturday and Sunday, June 23, & 24, 2018. The reunion will be held at the Kolumbus Club, 3636 N. Bryant Street.
Activities for Saturday include a silent auction, souvenirs, a domino tournament, children’s entertainment, memorabilia display, a raffle, and a Saturday night dance. Everyone is welcome to begin Sunday morning with Mass and then more visiting, pictures for those over 80, dinner, and the family meeting where you hear news about the family and awards.
This is your invitation to “save the date’ for the San Angelo reunion. If you have any questions about the reunion or wish to help with the reunion in any way, contract Linda Binns, email xxxxxxxxxxxor call. Lots of things are packed into two days, so look for your registration letter in early 2018.
2016 Reunion Recap
The 32nd biennial reunion of the Hoelscher Buxkemper family was held on June 25-26, 2016, at the New Braunfels Convention Center in New Braunfels, Texas. Over five hundred cousins attended this reunion and enjoyed two fun days of activities.
On Saturday, activities included Silent Auction, Domino Tournament, and children’s area. After supper, the Czechaholics played for the dance. The Display room was open both Saturday and Sunday. In the display room, the memorial for deceased members was displayed. On Sunday, Retired Bishop of Dallas, Most Rev. Charles V Grahmann presided at mass with Deacon Wilbur Hoelscher. After mass, the family gathered for a panoramic photo by Loudermilk Panoramic. The family meeting started after dinner was enjoyed. Awards were presented (see page 7) at the meeting.
Page 2 - Board of Directors & Letter From the President
Page 3 – In Remembrance & Memorial Service
Page 4 – New Book & Family Representatives
Page 5 – 5th Generation Biographies
Page 6 – H-B Family Data Sheet
Page 7 – News Brief