The Seventeenth annual Cazier reunion was held July 2, 3, 1966 in Three Fork, Montana. President S. Edwin Cazier conducted a discussion with the group on the need for Cazier Family By-Laws and Constitution. Motion was made by Fern Rutledge to draw up by-laws and constitution. The motion was seconded by C.B. Cazier. The motion was then made for Marsden Cazier to draw up the by-laws and write a constitution for the Cazier family. The motion was seconded by C.B. Cazier. A committee was then appointed consisting of: Fern Rutledge, Milo Cazier, Abel Palmer, Don Cazier, Marsden Cazier, Stanford Cazier, and Edwin Cazier. After the dinner and program, Marsden Cazier read the newly created Cazier By-Laws and Constitution. He explained that it was written to create harmony and good fellowship among all relatives. President S. Edwin Cazier was released with Boyd Cazier sustained as the new president for two years. Mattie Eagar was retained as genealogist and Fern Rutledge was sustained as the historian to replace Helen Norton. It was reported that two hundred William Cazier Histories were printed with a cost of printing and binding of $397.96. During the year 186 books were sold at a price of $2.50. There were about 153 in attendance.