BGS Meeting — August 27, 2011 — “Why They Do What They Do for Genealogy”

The Birmingham Genealogical Society meets the fourth Saturday of each month (ex. Nov. & Dec.) at the Downtown Birmingham Public Library. Guests are always welcome!

Next meeting: Saturday, August 27th at 2 p.m.; Board Meeting at 1:30 p.m.

Meeting Room: Youth Department (Story Castle), 2nd Floor, Main Library building

Panel Discussion: Susan Moore, Mary Lu J0hnson, Carrol Massey, & Earl Massey

Program Topic: “Why They Do What They Do for Genealogy”

Many of our members and many other genealogists research and publish genealogical information that does not involve any of their ancestors but is done for the good of genealogists that they have never met, and may never meet. On August 27 we will have a panel to discuss the topic of  “Why they do what they do for genealogy”.

The panel will be discussing cemetery transcriptions,, transcribing & indexing records, teaching others, publishing, writing and …

Please join us!

NOTE:  Please note the location change from our “regular” meeting room in the Arrington Auditorium to the meeting room located in the Youth Department.


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