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Monthly Meetings

Meeting Schedule


Meetings are the second Monday of the month at
7:00 PM, September - May.

7:00 pm ~ Featured Speaker
8:00 pm ~ Society Business Meeting

Guests are invited to attend a meeting to learn more about our group before joining our society.

        Currently, we are having Zoom meetings.

If you would like to attend as a guest, email us at:

11 March 2024

Presentation: WorldCat is a great resource for locating unique, trustworthy materials that you often can't find anywhere except in a library.  And by connecting thousands of libraries' collections in one place, makes it easy for you to browse the world's libraries from one easy search box.

During the past 50+ years, thousands of libraries have entered information about millions of books, magazine, movies, songs, maps, genealogical records, research theses and so much more into WorldCat.  And not just the physical items you could find when you visit a library, but many kinds of digital content like open-soure e-books, articles, downloadable audiobooks, and photos.  You can find article citations with links to full text, authoritative research materials, one-of-a-kind documents, and photos of local or historic significance, and digital versions of rare items are aren't generally available to the public.

Presenter: Curt Witcher

Curt Witcher is truly passionate about local history and helping people find their stories.  Currently the manager of the Genealogy Center of the Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana, Curt says, "I just get excited about helping others find their families' stories."

Curt Witcher

8 April 2024

Presentation:  A Pro's Tip: Use the Research Wiki

The Research Wiki is an online genealogical guide that lists websites and resources to help you find your ancestors from countries around the world.

Presenters: Danielle Batson, AG, and Amber Larsen, AG, FamilySearch

Danielle Batson is an Accredited Genealogist in the U.S. Midwest States.  She has worked for FamilySearch since 2000 and is the Content Manager for the FamilySearch Research Wiki.

Amber Larsen is an Accredited Genealogist in the Denmark region.  She graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in Family History- Genealogy with a Scandinavian emphasis, and currently works for FamilySearch developing  content for the FamilySearch Research Wiki

Danielle Batson

Amber Larsen

13 May 2024

Presentation:  Google Your Way to Genealogy Gems

This class will help you learn to utilize Google as a research tool.

Presenters: Suz Bates

Suz Bates has been researching her family history for over 45 years.  After a full career in education, she now combines teaching skills with extensive genealogy research experience and training in work as a presenter, researcher, and consultant.  Suz presentation specialty is step by step instructions for various researching, archiving, and technology skills for genealogists and family historians.

Suz Bates

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