Team of 4-5 Volunteers Wanted
We recently held the 38th annual Genealogy Conference in February and it will soon be time to start planning next year’s program. What will the topic(s) be? Who will the speakers be? Will it be or virtual or in-person? Where will it be held? These are just some of the decisions that will need to be made. The board of directors are available for counsel and updates are shared at each board meeting leading up to the event. Most of the board members are familiar with the project planning. We have tentatively asked the First Presbyterian Church to pencil-in Saturday, February 12, 2022 for us in case we decide to have an in-person event at that location. We are re looking for a few good people to organize it to relieve this year’s team. The organization process is well documented and easy to follow. Let’s see some new faces make this fun activity happen for the 39th year. Please contact Jeff Graham or Mike Godown now to express your interest.
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"Up the Stairs" - News from the IRC Library
The library is open back to full capacity. This includes the Genealogy department. No more appointments or locked doors. With this being said here are some things you need to know:
The 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month we will be closed to the public from 2-5.
Every Thursday for the month of May we will be closed to the public from 2-5
Finally, MASKS! The mask mandate has been lifted. No one is required to wear a mask.
If you are unsure if we are open since we have several days we are closed to the public, don't hesitate to give me a call or email me. 772-400-6330 email@example.com
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The DNA GIG will meet Thursday June 17, at 2pm via Zoom. They will share DNA progress through a workshop format.
The Mid-Atlantic States GIG will on Friday, June 25, at 2pm via Zoom starting with the state of New Jersey. (states of NJ, NY, PA, and MD.) The next meeting will discuss members research progress and introduce additional tools and resources. Meetings will continue through the summer.
The Writing GIG has now joined the Laura Riding Jackson Foundation's Writing LIfe group.
Contact the GIG leaders to join or email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to a GIG distribution (please specify which GIG) The GIGs welcome new members! The DNA and German GIGs are recording their meetings and any member can listen afterwards in the Members Only GIG areas.
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