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Searching for a Family Reunion Site for 60-75 People

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We would like individual homes fairly close together so we could easily walk/drive to each - one week in June or July of 2009. We need several homes of various sizes, i.e., one family needs to sleep 13 and several families - 8. Thinking we need about 10 houses. Does anyone know of property rental management services that can help? At our first reunion we went to Pine Mountain Lake in CA and rented houses - it was great. We would like to stay centrally located in the U.S. for this reunion to accommodate people in the midwest/east. The first one accommodated the family members living in CA. Thanks for any info.

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