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USS Holland AS-32 Association
8th Reunion 2011
Branson, Missouri
 
 

 

   
     
 

City of Branson

Branson is a city in Taney County in the U.S. state of Missouri. It was named after Reuben Branson, postmaster and operator of a general store in the area in the 1880s.

Known as the "Live Music Show Capital of the World," Branson, MO, is truly a one-of-a-kind family vacation destination and an incredible value with more than 50 live performance theaters, three pristine lakes, 12 championship golf courses, an international award-winning theme park, dozens of attractions and museums, an Historic Downtown district, shopping galore, a full range of dining options, and a host of hotels, motels, resorts, RV parks, campgrounds and meeting and conference facilities.It is nestled in the lakeside beauty of the Ozark Mountains,

Practically at the center of the United States, Branson is less than a day's drive for one-third of Americans, and with low-cost flights to the Branson Airport, as well as Springfield-Branson National Airport, it's never been easier for your family or group to get to Branson.

 




On March 30, 1927, the native bluebird became the official state bird of Missouri. The bluebird, considered a symbol of happiness, is usually 6 1/2 to 7 inches long. While its upper parts are covered with light blue plumage, its breast is cinnamon red, turning rust-colored in the fall. The bluebird is common in Missouri from early spring until late November.


The White Hawthorn Blossom was named the state flower of Missouri on March 16, 1923. These flowers are white and grow in bunches on hawthorn trees. The White Hawthorn Blossom is most common in southern Missouri.
 
The Association would like to recongize the Missouri Reunion Coordinators :
MT3 Gary Stowe & DC3 Tom Booth
For an OUTSTANDING Job in setting things up for this reunion.


List of
Branson's
2011 Reunion
Attendees



 
Picture Contribution Page
 
The following links include a few photos from the reunion, see if you recognize anyone!
 
 

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