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Open House / Introduction to the Research Center
Saturday, August 25
Open House / Introduction to the Research Center  (Open House)
12:00 pm to 4:00 pm
CCGS Research Center 402 E. Lauridsen Blvd, Port Angeles
Enjoy refreshments while checking out our library and data bases.



General Meeting   /    Nona Halvorsen will speak on
Saturday, September 8
General Meeting / Nona Halvorsen will speak on "Sharing Family Stories"  (Monthly Meetings)
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
St. Andrews Episcopal Church, Port Angeles
Nona has been writing her family's stories and history for over five years. She has written more than 50 stories about her own life growing up in an Arizona copper mining town, the family histories of twelve generations of ancestors, and three creative non-fiction stories. Nona also has a family photo blog and a family history website. In this presentation, Nona will share the techniques she used to overcome her reluctance to do genealogy and her fear of writing about people she didn't know personally. Nona is not a professional writer, but is passionate about family history writing. She believes that everyone can write and need to share their family stories. Come learn about ways you can get your family interested in your genealogy research and leave a legacy for future generations.



Fall Seminar given by Jill Morelli
Saturday, October 20
Fall Seminar given by Jill Morelli  (Special event)
8:30 am to 3:00 pm
St. Andrews Episcopal Church, Port Angeles
Registration begins at 8:30 AM.
 
   Session I  The Push and Pull Decision making of the 19th century Emigrant
   Session II  Too Many Mary's  Solving Identity and the same name conundrums
   Session III  Finding Frederich Eiler: a bigamist, a scoundrel and and "Old Sinner"
   Session IV  Soldiers, spies and Farm wives:  The changing roles of women during the Civil War
 
Bio:
Jill Morelli lectures and writes on genealogical topics that often transcend the more narrowly defined family history. She provides general genealogy services and house histories in the Puget Sound and national venues. She has spoken before large (300+) and small groups and is an engaging and entertaining speaker who conveys genealogical concepts suitable to the level of the audience. She has been previously published in local, regional and national publications. 
 
Jill writes frequently at her blog 'Genealogy Certification:A Personal Journey' (web address is noted above) about her educational efforts to become a certified genealogist. 
 
Jill is an architect by vocation, working for the University of Washington's School of Medicine and has lectured across the country.