2022 Reunion

The Rich Family Association met for its first annual reunion post-COVID-19 on September 10, 2022, in Bedford, Massachusetts, preceded by a Friday afternoon board meeting on September 9. Vice-President Linda Greene ably filled in for President Craig Rich who was absent.

The RFA Board of Directors met on Friday afternoon with two members joining via Zoom.
RFA President Craig Rich and Kinfolk magazine Editor Liz Beyus joined the board meeting via Zoom.
Old friends gather for the first time in three years to renew acquaintances!
It was great to finally get back together for the first time since 2019.
The popular Silent Auction is a great way to raise operating funds for the RFA.
Elly Mish is in charge of the Rich Family Raffle — an annual tradition that her parents carried on before her. We are all about our traditions!
Sue Pye is our raffle-ticket-seller extraordinaire!
So many great items were brought in for the raffle!
Quilts are always a popular auction item — especially those signed by attendees of reunions of days past!
Silent auction bidders check on their bids!
Vice-President Linda Greene presided at the meeting as President Craig Rich was absent.
Judy Zydel and her dad, Chuck Rich, are all smiles at the reunion.
Frank and Mary Johnson enjoy a laugh with Andrea Walsh.
V.P. Linda Greene and her husband enjoy the day.
Attendees are all ears for the business portion of the meeting.
Entertainment and education for the day came from the Bedford Minutemen organization.
Of course, the Rich Family Association banner was hung at the meeting.
The group photo!
Visitors learn about Bedford and the Bedford Minutemen organization.
VP Linda Greens Flanked by Roy-and-Shirley-Kring-of-the-Bedford-Minutemen
Linda Greene not only ran the meeting but also did an excellent demonstration of colonial chocolate-making methods.