Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Lemon Grove Library Genealogy, Family Researcher or Historian Classes

Lemon Grove Library Genealogy Classes  by Susi Pentico and CVGS members

Remember the  Library has a new home  3001 School Lane, Lemon Grove, CA

map is here on page

It is easy to find.

Lemon Grove Library  

5 June,  6 to 8 pm   What to do First When Planning a Trip, by Susi Pentico
Basic information to make  your trip more responsive to your needs.  5 Positive Steps to Success.

Do you know two of these steps?

19 June, 6 to 8 pm  Research Methods to Help You, by Susi Pentico
Methods to use to have results your wanting. Have you tried Cluster Research?

Are you familiar with Cluster Research?  Do you have a method to share with us?

July Events
3 July  6 to 8 pm     Historical & Archival Research, Home and Away  Susi Pentico

The use of Historical & Archival Sites and Libraries for Better Results

17 July 6 to 8 pm    Basic Shortcuts for the Computer  by Shirley Becker

Shortcuts for use on the Computer, key strokes, etc. 

These can assist you in doing research.  Come learn more ideas.

For those who are not aware:

Susi Pentico has taught at the Lemon Grove Library for ten years, sharing her expertise with the community.  She has done research for 50 years and has written one book.  She has held all offices wanted at the Chula Vista Genealogical Society and is currently their Educational Chairperson.  She assists in developing the Seminars for the society and community which raises funds for the local school districts Scholarships. She is a founding member of the Chula Vista Genealogical Society, having worked with Geni Powell, Sandy Pulombo, Trudi Frank and others to get it off the ground floor in the 1980's.  She has given talks for more than 20 years and covers many topics.  She is also a member of the: NGS, SDGS, NEHGS, OGS and other organizations, locally and away.

Other speakers are proficient and qualified speakers sharing their expertise. Some have been Gary Brock Past President, Virginia Taylor current President, Shirley Becker, Past President, and community members of various affiliated organizations.

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