Hello, this is Mary Hillman here to help you with your event planning.  Are you wondering where to begin, do you need help organizing, or maybe you don’t have the time to organize and make it a fun, successful, and memorable event.  Maybe you want to set up a client appreciation event.  I am here to help with all those questions you have.  Go to the websites “Contact Us” page and get started.  Looking forward to assisting to make it a successful event!

Are you considering doing a corporate event and not sure where to start? Maybe a seminar, workshop, product launch, promotional event, fundraiser, executive retreat, reception, or client appreciation event.  Any of these could help getting your business marketing message out in the world, while also increasing community visibility.  Inquire via email found on the “Contact Us” page above.


Did you volunteer to host the next high school class reunion? Are you looking for ideas for a high school class memorial? We will provide you with the most memorable reunion. Let us do the leg work while you sit back, relax and enjoy the evening with attendee’s and reminisce what was, back then…We will even line up guest speakers and write the dedication ceremony for you.

The granite picnic tables and benches are remnants of a stairway to an old high school torn down. This event planner stumbled upon them while looking for a place for a high school reunion to place a memorial bench in their community. This then became a fundraising project and included alumni classes from that school, calling it the OHS Patio Project. It is located at the Big Stone County Historical Museum in Ortonville, Minnesota. Many classes from that school have held class memorial dedications there as their class memorial funds helped pay for the project. The picnic table tops are the of the stairway sides. Etched in one table top is an old photograph of that school, and the other table explains the patched holes in the center of both tables, saying that is where the lamp posts once stood. As visitors sit on those benches and hear the story, they are most likely reminiscing their school days.

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