Sunday, September 23, 2012

SGGS Meeting: Dear Helpdesk: I have German Ancestors – what next?

Here we have an SGGS member Michael Mayer-Kielmann, a native German, and a regular helper at the Elk Grove Family History Center, who, week in and week out, guides family historians along the way toward answers to their research problems. He will share with us his expertise in German research.
Meeting time & location: Tuesday, Sept. 25, beginning at 1 p.m. at St. Marks Methodist Church on Lusk Drive at St. Marks Way, east of the Country Club Plaza Shopping Center (2391 Saint Marks Way, Sacramento). Meetings are held in MacMurdo Hall, on the basement level. An elevator is available. Guests are welcome.
We advise attendees to arrive early, perhaps at 12:30 or even a little earlier, in order to have opportunities 1) to look over the books for sale, 2) to discuss a problem with a “Quick Questions” expert, or 3) to become acquainted with other services that SGGS offers. Admission is free.
You are also welcome to attend the “Study Group,” a small group that meets from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. in the church's Education Building (second floor, usually in room E-22). People who attend the Study Group discuss ideas and make suggestions for researching specific German ancestors. Admission is free.

We look forward to seeing you!

NOTE: The SGGS website is temporarily down because the server it resided on has permanently given up the ghost. We are in the process of posting the website on a new server. It should be back up very soon.

Submitted by Sacramento German Genealogy Society
Posted by Ron Setzer

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