Family Scavenger Hunt

by Darcy
(Indiana)

Along with invitations to the reunion, send a request for interesting but little known bits of trivia about family members. When everyone arrives at the reunion, provide them with lists with items like:

Who is the oldest person here?
The youngest?
Who traveled the farthest?
Who has the most children?

Be sure to include information that you gleaned from your trivia request, like:

Who married their elementary school sweetheart?
Whose birthday is the same as Elvis Presley?
Who wanted to be a bubblegum designer when they grew up?
Who once dyed their hair five different colors in a single year?

The first one to complete the list correctly wins a small prize, but the real reward is in getting to know your far-flung family members.

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Feb 11, 2011
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Family Reunion Games
by: Aunt MO

Love that game- we have played that game at family reunions and parties for years.

Dec 13, 2009
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Family Scavenger Hunt
by: Anonymous

Who has been married the longest? Shortest?

Aug 30, 2008
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Great Idea
by: Monica

What a great way to have everyone learn about each other while having fun!

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