31 October 2011

Upcoming Arizona Genealogical Events

12 November 2011       
            Arizona Genealogical Board (AzGAB) Annual Workshop and Board of Directors Meeting will be held at Carnegie Library, 1101 W. Washington, Phoenix. Anyone is encouraged to attend. Curt B. Witcher  will be presenting 4 programs beginning at Roll Call: New Sites & Sources for Military Records & Research; Using Government Documents for Genealogical Research; Pain in the Access: Getting More from the Internet for Using Your Genealogy; and S.O.S: Saving Our Societies – Answering Our Distress Beacons. Registration fee is $30 including lunch. Send check to Avis Calkins, 2118 N. Moappa Ave., Casa Grande, AZ 85122-1323. For additional information, contact Betsy Gottsponer at [email protected], or www.azgab.org.

9 December 2011            
            Bouse, Arizona Genealogical Society will be hosting Geoff Rasmussen for their annual Genealogy Technology Seminar at the Blue Water Casino, 11222 Resort Dr., Parker, AZ. Topics include: 1) Improving Your Use of New Family Search, 2) Genealogist’s Guide to Working with Digital Images, 3) The Genealogist’s New Frontier: Blogging, Learn the basics of blogging, and 4) Sharing Genealogy Electronically: Publishing to CD/DVD, the Internet, and email. Registration is $35 for Bouse member; $40 for non-member before Dec. 1 or $5 additional at the door. Seminar begins at and ends at . For additional information, contact: [email protected].

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