Friday, July 5, 2013

Saturday Society - HIP HIP HOORAY!!

Editor's note: Today's post was written by Sandra Gardner-Benward

Root Cellar Sacramento Genealogical Society Members!!!

Graphic by Rick Hanson
Root Cellar SGS &  members have participated in the Federation of Genealogical Societies
Pension Project War of 1812
AND We are all Winners!!
Root Cellar SGS Members donated out of their own pockets $725 WOW! fantastic & Thank You
Root Cellar Sacramento Genealogical Society has agreed to match all donations received up to $500.
SO DRUM ROLL PLEASE..................................
This month Root Cellar SGS is writing a check for $1275 to be sent to FGS towards
When FGS receives our check and informs, will match the $1275 and  write another check for $1275. This means that our initial fantastic collection of $725 from our own members has now grown to an amazing donation of

$2550 = 11,333 digitized pages
Continuing on with the story of the Pension Project War of 1812.....

The Federation of Genealogical Societies (FGS)  is having their next conference
August 21-24, 2013 in Fort Wayne, Indiana
 I will be there. Will I see you there? Let me know so we can hook up.
Fort Wayne has the second favorite place to hold a genealogical conference, Allen County Public Library houses the second largest Genealogy Center Library in the country.  
The first being in Salt Lake City- FamilySearch and the third in Texas (Houston or Dallas?).
NOTE: I am useing this as a little mini vacation so that I can really take advantage of the fabulous library before the conference actually begins. After the conference begins I seem to be very busy and don't have time to escape to the library. Denise Richmond and hubby Scott (I think) will also be attending. Who else will we run into? YOU?
Among all the classes and events will be a day of Society Sessions, plus a meet and greet for all society delegates and the "QUILT" from the Pension Project will be rafffled off. Root Cellar SGS has been entered since we donated to the project. If any of you donated individually as many of us did, those names will also be entered. So keep those warm fuzzy wishes and think good luck.
Denise and I would love to bring that quilt home for one of you. (I looked for a picture of the quilt but did not find one sorry)
Registration is open, but early bird prices have ended.
Learn from experts. Collaborate with other genealogists. Look for your ancestors in the more than one million books and microform sources in The Genealogy Center of the Allen County Public Library

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