• Each member will be responsible for calling Gatherings Plus or signing up here online to make their own
individual reservations for the reunion package.
• All reservations, except hotel reservations must be made thru Gatherings Plus. Phone reservations may be made Monday thru Friday 9am to 4:30pm CST by calling (417)338-4048 or (417)335-4466
• Reservations made after the Deadline will be accepted based on availability and cannot be guaranteed at the same, rates, lodging facility, or to all activities.
• Acceptable payments are: Money Orders, Cashier Checks, Credit Card or Personal Check. If paying by check please note that we require at least 3 weeks prior to arrival to allow for processing. All credit card payments will be subject to a
4% processing fee.
• If mailing in your payment, please make payable to Gatherings Plus and mail to:
Gatherings Plus –
155 Industrial Park Drive
Hollister, MO 65672
Louisville, Kentucky’s largest city, sits on the Ohio River along the Indiana border. Every May, its race course Churchill Downs hosts the Kentucky Derby, a renowned horse race whose long history is explored at the Kentucky Derby Museum. Baseball is celebrated at the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory, where Major League bats are produced and a giant baseball “slugger” marks the entrance. Yes, Bourbon is a spirit that comes in a glass, but it’s also the spirit that defines our culture, our arts and parks, and our creative energy. It’s this kind of spirit that helped create Louisville itself – a city that combines heritage with innovation, authenticity with originality, and quirkiness with friendliness in a way that’s completely unique to our region. We’re an entirely different type of Southern. With a booming bourbon renaissance, iconic attractions, world-class hotels & venues and a renowned culinary scene, Louisville is an experience like no other city.
DID YOU KNOW?
It’s pronounced like “Louie,” not “Lewis.”
Ninety-five percent of the world’s bourbon is produced in Kentucky.
Louisville is home to the biggest baseball bat in the world.
Over 100,000 Mint Juleps are served during the Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks.