Monday, January 26, 2015

Steve Andres of the USS Midway Museum Presents.....

Wednesday 28 Jan 2015    Chula Vista Civic Center Branch Library  365 F St., Chula Vista, CA

Noon to 2:30 pm

USS MIDWAY's service from 1945 - 1992..    History...  Slide presentation, brochures. a slide tour of ship.

Steve Andres is a 8 year veteran as the Midway Museum Docent. with over 2,000 hours.
US Naval Academy Graduate.  30 years of USN service, retiring as Captain.

Come join in the learning of ship life.  One never knows when the knowledge may break a  brick wall because you did not understand the terminology used by the serviceman.

Thank You for your Service  Retired Capt. Andres.

Friday, January 23, 2015

Important News Indiana State Library Update

 A great acquaintance of mine Judy G. Russell, JD, CG, CGL The Legal Genealogist ,

wrote this article today to let us know what is  happening to yet again another Library. A State Library.
you would think they would learn.  With her permission I am posting for you to go to her site and the site Indiana Genealogical Society and learn more. 

Will you join The Legal Genealogist in speaking out against a proposal to kill the Genealogy Department at the Indiana State Library?
Word arrived yesterday from the Indiana Genealogical Society that the budget bill introduced in the Indiana House includes a massive 24% reduction in funding to the Indiana State Library.


Thank You,
Susi Pentico
Educational Chairperson

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Mississippi Research for Wed 21st Cancelled at LemonGrove LIbrary.

Sorry all we will try it again next month or you may come to the Bonita-Sunnyside Library to see and hear the research resources.  

Did you know that many counties in Pennsylvania have their own sites on Facebook and will do look ups and exchanges with you?

I am going to see about other states also.  Yes, a few New York sites are.  In fact, a cousin runs one on NYC area.  Want to know more contact me.   I have some good sources for Arkansas if anyone is interested let me know will email them to you.

Friday, January 9, 2015

Mentioning Blogs, Have you tried THEINDEPTHGENEALOGIST.COM


Out in the world of genealogy we have some really neat places to garner information.
This is one I follow and these are the people who control it.

Jennifer Alford, Shannon Combs-Bennett, Terri O'Connell

I chose this blog because it picks up the top ten blog posts that people have really learned and enjoyed from.
I wrote one article for them so long ago I can' t remember the year.

IDG's Top 10 Posts of 2014 - The In-Depth GenealogistThe In-Depth Genealogist

The top posts they found were written by :  Christine Woodcock, Jacky Gamble, Leslie Drwitz,
Terri O'Connell, Shannon Combs-Bennett and Michelle Goodrum.

The topics are of interest to almost all researchers:  Christine W does awesome things with Scottish Research, Terri I have known a very long time.  Suspect they are all well known in their region and I enjoyed their posts.

Enjoy and join if their information is helpful to you.

With so many blogs out there about two years ago I started being more selective.  They are one I have selected.

Thursday, January 8, 2015

Up Front with NGS sent a great post.

UpFront with NGS

Random Acts of Kindness is back. click on link and read their comments.

Sunday, January 4, 2015

Results of Workshop

Yes, there were results from the Wild Apricot workshop.

1. Major struggles to get logged in by many.  Finally mastered I think by all.

2. 14 or 15 in attendance.  Large enough for working with new program.

3.  It has a lot of potential for our members for assistance in asking questions and requesting answers.

4.  Library had a few gliches maybe with internet, I am not techie there.  But presentation was delayed for  about 20 minutes.

5.   I see where we will need this workshop again by March I suspect for more people to learn how to work the system.   Feed back here please. Thanks.

6.   We have an ability to have a photo display area, a research area information, hope to get the forms from old system to new for charts and forms.

7.  Those whom attended if you will let me know if you want to do this again or need more help let us know.  Amazing that even those proficient struggled at times.

8.  Thanks for coming.

9. Bonita-Sunnyside Library thanks for having us.

10.  Welcome to Margaret who was very interested in our societies programs and hopes to bring a friend to our next meeting.

Blessed Happy New Year.

Monday, December 29, 2014

Happy New Year, Bonita - Sunnyside Library Workshop 3 Jan 2015

Happy Blessed New Year to all!

Bonita - Sunnyside Library 3 Jan 2015  1 to 4 pm 

Our next meeting at the Bonita Sunnyside Library will be 3 Jan 2015.
Our new time for meetings this year will be 1 pm to 4 pm.

We will be presenting Wild Apricot, by Gary Brock and Sam Seat.

This group is assisting Gary with the webpage and notices for the
 Chula Vista Genealogical Society and we will all have the ability for
hands on as I understand it.

They will also be explaining the changes to our CVGS webpage. Vital for all to come 
learn how this site will help you to help the society and your self.

Reason for the open meeting for all members to attend to start the new year out new.

Sorry we missed on December the date got moved a couple of times.