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Hybrid Meeting with Steve Morrison
Saturday, February 11
Hybrid Meeting with Steve Morrison  (Monthly Meetings)
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Zoom at the Research Center 403 E. 8th, Port Angeles or from your home
Western Overland Trails
Following the Seven Ts- The major trails from the Midwest to the West will be covered in this session.  The principal routes will include the Oregon and California trails, the Mormon migration, the Santa Fe Trail, and more.
 
These were the Overland Rivers which helped populate the West.
 
Members will receive a link to the meeting.  Guests, call the Research Center for the Zoom link. 



Spring Seminar with Lisa Alzo
Saturday, March 11
Spring Seminar with Lisa Alzo  (Seminar)
9:00 am to 2:00 pm
Zoom at the Research Center 403 E. 8th, Port Angeles or from your home
 
Lisa Alzo, M.F.A. is an author of several genealogy Books and hundreds of articles. She is a contributing editor of Family Tree Magazine, and her pieces appear in other genealogical magazines as well. Lisa has lectured at national and international conferences, webinars, and historical and genealogical societies. An avid genealogist for more than 30 years, she specializes in Eastern European genealogical research, writing your family story, and in using history to trace female and immigrant ancestors. 
 
Conference will be by Zoom.  All are welcome to watch at the CCGS Research Center: 403 8 th Street, Port Angeles, WA or Zoom it at home.
Cost:
$40 for CCGS members
$50 for non-members and at the door.

Prepaid registration closes Tuesday, March 6th.

For more information, call CCGS
Tues-Fri 10am to 4pm & Saturday, noon to 4pm at 360-417-5000, or visit our website: www.clallamcogs.org
Checks should be made out to CCGS.
Credit Cards can use the “Paypal” app available on the website up to March 6 th .
Passcode and Meeting Number will be sent out via Email upon receipt of funds.
 
(If you come to the CCGS Research Center to watch the presentation, coffee and breakfast rolls will be served. Bring your lunch for the lunch break.)