Julie Miller’s monthly column is in the 15 March 2009 edition of the Broomfield Enterprise. The March column is Ideas for hooking kids on family history. Julie list some ways to get older kids involved in genealogy.
16 March 2009
2 March 2009
George G. Morgan will be the featured speakers at the Computer Interest Group (CIG) of the Colorado Genealogical Society (CGS) spring seminar on Saturday 23 May 2009.
The program will be held at the Denver Public Library Conference Center, 13th & Broadway, Denver from 10 am to 4 pm. The cost of the all day seminar is $30 for members, $40 for non-members, which includes a one-year CIG membership.
The morning session will be “Genealogical Research on the Internet.” George will discuss Web pages, message boards, and mailing lists.
The afternoon session will be “Advanced Genealogical Research Methodologies for the Internet.” George will discuss how to integrate online resources into your own genealogical research.
George G. Morgan is president of Aha! Seminars, Inc. in Tampa, Florida. He is the author of 7 genealogy books, and sponsors and co-hosts The Genealogy Guys Podcast.
Lunch is on your own–you are welcome to bring a brown bag lunch. For more information and the online registration form, visit the CGS Web site at http://www.cogensoc.us/cgsevents.htm or call Sandy Ronayne at (303) 750-5002.