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2017 Bittick Reunion

Saturday, June 10th | Andice, Texas

Once again we have been invited to celebrate our reunion at the Apostolic Lighthouse Churce in Andice, Texas. Their church offers a larger meeting space, a children's playground and is much closer to the Bittick Cemetery for our visit there. (See map)

Our guest speaker is one of our own – Mary Gallano. She will give us a presentation on the latest innovations in DNA research. This is a chance for the women to be involved in the newest and the latest!

Reunion Map

Our noon meal – catered by the church for only $10 each – is always yummy and includes all the trimmings & dessert!

Our door prize drawings have continued to be great fun so bring a small item(s) if you choose to do so. Our books and boards will be on display for additions and/or corrections. A computer, printer and copier will be warmed up and ready for your use.

The LaQuinta has changed hands since our last reunion and is now a Days Inn. Along with a new sign, it has gotten some "lipstick and rouge" but is basically the same place with a new name. Room prices are still about $80 per night (breakfast included). The phone number is 800-225-3297. The Holiday Inn is about twice that amount. (Those of us who do stay there have late-night talks and early morning breakfast together.)

This is one reunion you won't want to miss!
We hope to see you there!

Looking forward to seeing ya'll!
Johnny & Janie Bittick
940-668-4020 or


Places To See & Things To Do In The Area
Fort Croghan Grounds and Museum--A great place for adults & kids alike with historic items from all parts of the country.  Free, very interesting and across the street from the Best Western motel in Burnet, Highway 29 West.
Longhorn Caverns--Always a comfortable 64 degrees, the cavern offers a level and easy walk through one of nature's wonders.  Located 6 miles west and 6 miles south of Burnet on Park Road 4, off US 281.
Georgetown--A quaint town with lots of antique shops and good eating.
Austin--The Capitol Complex, the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum, and the Lyndon B. Johnson Library & Museum are just a few of the sights in the state capitol.


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