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STICKY REUNION SITUATION: THE FIX
First, to my knowledge, there is no easy way. Assuming that the person making the inquiry has some kind of leadership role in family reunion planning, I suggest an email survey. In this age of technology, it would be the simplest thing to do. If the writer is not a leader, he or she should identify a leader open to change and work with him or her to push the survey forward. The results of the survey will speak for themselves. If the majority want to keep the meeting as they have been, so be it. If the majority wants change, hard data dispels "alternative facts" to the contrary. More than likely there already is an email list. If not, one should be built immediately.
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And, if the result is that the majority of your family members are happy with the reunion as it is, plan a family vacation and invite others—who like you would prefer to go somewhere different and new—to join you.
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STICKY REUNION SITUATION
Is there an easy way to get my family to stop holding the reunion in the same old city, at the same old park, with the same old issues every single year? Do you have any advice to help me get them to branch out a little?