Tales to Docs to Stories: Building Your Family Story from Family Tales and Documents
This presentation addresses through specific examples how to build a story from the tales we've been told, the documents we have and other sources available. Then it gives things to connsider once it is time to write the story. Finally,It also gives ideas for sharing that story once we've put something together.
12:00pm - 1:00 pm on Saturday, April 20, 2019
Pat Stubblefield and her volunteers work hard to plan and prepare a hot lunch every month for our WAGS Meeting. We will update you with more details as soon as we know what will be served. However, we can assure you that the meal, as always, will be tasty and include an entree salad, dessert, and beverage.
The lunch break is a great time to trade family history stories, fellowship with other genealogists, and enjoy a good meal. You can brown bag it, pick up lunch nearby, or order delivery, but why not save all that hassle, when for only a $5 suggested donation, you can have a hot lunch ready and waiting for you?
Please RSVP by Wednesday, April 17th so we know how many to plan for. To make your reservation, email our Hospitality Chair, Miriam Benell: email@example.com.
WAGS General Meeting - Linda Serna
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm, Saturday, April 20 2019
Hints for Maximizing Results Using FamilySearch
Linda's presentation will follow a short business meeting. "Hints for Maximizing Results Using Family Search" talks about what's available on FamilySearch.org as well as on the Wiki. It then gives ideas on how to best use the site to achieve better results.