Reunion - Update for 2022
As our world moves into a changed new normal, the need to connect with friends and loved ones becomes even more important. We need each other and we are in the process of planning a modified gathering to spend time reconnecting with friends and loved ones.
June 24-26, 2022
All times indicated are Utah time
EskDale Community and Hidden Canyon Retreat
Calendar of Events:
Friday, June 24, 2022
• Travel and settle into Hidden
Friday evening: 6:00 pm-8:30 pm UT time
• BBQ, meet and greet at Hidden
Saturday, June 25, 2022
• Breakfast will be where you are
Saturday will include unscheduled activities: horseshoe pits, hiking, visiting, swimming at Hidden Canyon Retreat
(no lifeguard on duty)
• Lunch – EskDale dining hall 12:00
pm UT time
• Dinner – EskDale lawn and
amphitheater area 6:00 pm UT time
• Socializing event
Sunday, June 26, 2022
• Breakfast and travel
The planning committee has made arrangements with Hidden Canyon Retreat for lodging on a first
Reserved, first served basis. Their block of rooms will be held and reservations must be made by calling them at 775-234-7172 or by email at;
firstname.lastname@example.org before May 1, 2022.
Other lodging options at your own expense are Rental houses in Baker through Airbnb. Gateway
Accommodations (435) 979-2029, Stargazer Inn (775) 234-7323, Whispering Elms (775) 234-9900 or The Border Inn (775) 234-7300.
An all-inclusive registration fee of $25.00/adult, $50.00/couple or $75.00/family will be charged.
This registration fee will include lodging at Hidden Canyon Retreat and meals. Please send your reservation and payments to; Anita Hansen, PO Box 67,
Garrison, UT 84728.
No smoking, alcohol, pets or firearms in buildings.
Volunteers are welcome for preparing, presenting and cleanup for Saturday lunch and dinner. Please contact Kenneth Conrad if you are willing to help. (801) 361-1074.
February 15 is an important date in the House of Aaron, and we usually try to commemorate it in someway each year. This year on Sabbath we pulled out the catskin, marble tablet, and copper boxes as some of the young people had never seen them (or remember seeing them) and Doug Childs told a little bit of the history about them.
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