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Vickrey reunion draws crowds

Posted: Monday, Aug 19th, 2013

Vickrey reunion draws crowds

The annual Vickrey and Elder family reunion was held on July 26-28 at the Vickrey ranch, three miles south of LaBarge.

This yearís host was the Burgess family, Bruce, Nona, Mary and Seth, from Price, Utah. This was a very pleasant and thrilling event for all who attended. Many people traveled a long distance to be with us.

Among those who attended were:

Jon and Evely (Vickrey) Brotton, from Pocatello, Idaho. Daughter Danita Britton brought her son Trevin and his wife Christine and their kids, Myla and Jade Grant. Myla was the highlight for Mary and Clarence Vickrey, as this is their first great, great granddaughter.

Chris and wife Marcia Britton came from Marrysville, Wash. Klista (Britton) and husband Dwayne Mahan came with their children, Kali, JayCe and RaeLee Wanstrom and Carrick Maham, from Pocatello.

Alan and Donna Vickrey and son Dusty, with wife Kara and sons Anton and Adian, came from Evanston. Kimberly and Kevin Brewster from LaPort, Colo.

Steve and Donna King, their son Jessie and his wife, Daniell, and kids Caden and Falicity came from Arizona.

Daniel Poper came from Pleasant Grove, Utah, with his daughter Norie and two granddaughters, Kennedy and Brook. Dennis Stotes and wife Aleora came from Casper. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Budd were there from Big Piney.

The Clark family, Leslie Ramsbacher from Helena, Mont., Julye Reyes from Oroville, Calif. and Roger Clark from Winnomuca, Nev., was there.

Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Dalgarn and grandson, Colton, came from Casper. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Koepp were there from Evanston. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Steffens from Arizona and their two children, three grandchildren and two friends were there.

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Vickrey, as well as Troy Vickrey and his two sons, came up from Kemmerer.

The featured event of the day was a silent auction; at the end, Nona announced the winners and Klista collected the money to help with next yearís events. There were about 66 people for lunch on Saturday afternoon. Each evening, we had campfire activities and storytelling of our birthdays, either good or bad. Also, we had símores, hot dogs and quesadas. The children played on the trampoline and the playground.

We all enjoyed the weekend activities and want to invite our family and friends to the come and join us next year at the Vickrey Ranch.

Clarence and Mary Vickrey,

Pocatello, Idaho

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