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Rod Fleck, speaks on
Saturday, March 7
Rod Fleck, speaks on "Home Disasters and the Genealogist"  (Monthly Meetings)
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
KSQM Meeting Room, 609 W. Washington St. Sequim Village Shopping Center
How to respond to the loss of materials when a disaster strikes, as well as ways to prepare to reduce loss of your valuable research.
 
When a disaster resulted in a loss of his family records, Rod became an expert on how to recover and save one's genealogical research, an important topic for anyone who has spent the time recording their genealogy.
 
While some may know Rod Fleck from his day job as the City Attorney/Planner for the City of Forks, for years his hobby has been family history.  He received a Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Washington and law degree from Seattle University.  He has given numerous presentations on tracing German family lines and how to research the military connections of ones ancestors.
 
 


Spring Bulletin Articles
Sunday, March 15
Spring Bulletin Articles  (Bulletin Article)
Calling all writers.  Share your story, or a family recipe!  Spring bulletin deadline is March 15.  Without content, there is no bulletin.
 
Drop off your "manuscript"  at CCGS headquarters or email to webmaster@clallamcogs.org


Family History Center Research Trip
Sunday, March 15 through Sunday, March 22
Family History Center Research Trip  (Traveler's Group)
Salt Lake City
Join your fellow genealogists for a week of research at The Family History Library in Salt Lake City.
Six deluxe double queen rooms are blocked, at the Plaza Hotel and two are spoken for.  Cut off date is February 15, 2020
 
click on the attachment file for information.
 
“The Family History Library at Temple Square is the largest library of its kind and attracts visitors from all over the world to come find information about their ancestors.  Founded in 1894, the library offers records and genealogical data for over 3 billion deceased ancestors from around the globe.  Experienced research specialists and trained volunteers provide a unique and personal experience to help you discover your ancestors and grow your family tree, all at no cost to visitors.”



Spring Seminar  Claudia C. Breland, Professional Genealogist
Saturday, April 4
Spring Seminar Claudia C. Breland, Professional Genealogist  (Education)
8:30 am to 3:00 pm
Dungeness Valley Lutheran Church, 925 N. Sequim Ave. Sequim, WA
Save the date!
 
Download and print the brochure/registration form.