06 October 2009

Michigan: Computer techniques workshops, Oct. 18

Where would we be today without computers and the Internet? The Jewish Genealogy Society of Michigan's next meeting is a workshop focused on computer techniques for genealogists.

Registration begins at 9.30am on Sunday, October 18, at the Holocaust Memorial Center, 28123 Orchard Lake Rd, Farmington Hills.

Program: Participants may select one session in each time slot.


- Computer Research: Fred Apel, JGSMI past president
- Data Bases: Gayle Saini, Librarian
- Beginners Googling: Pam Smith, Flint Genealogical Society treasurer


- Making Ancestry Easy: Ruth Rosenberg, Generations Magazine editor
- Facebook/Blog Useage: Adina Lipsitz, JGSMI president and webmaster
- Advanced Googling: Pam Smith, Flint Genealogical Society treasurer

Fee: JGSM members, free; others, $15 one session, $20 two sessions. This program provides an incentive to join the society.

Advance registration is recommended. See JGSMI's website for more information.

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