February 11, 2012 Family History Workshop at Great Lakes National Archives in Chicago

Hi Everyone!

Ann M., one of our frequent participants at our monthly genealogy program, made me aware of an upcoming genealogy program that will occur on Saturday morning, February 11, 2012, from 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM,  at the Great Lakes Regional Branch of the National Archives in Chicago, IL.

Loretta “Lou” Szucs, a very well-known genealogical speaker and author will be giving the program.

It is “free” but you do need to register.

What follows after the line separator in Italics is the description of this program that I received from the e-mail of Ann M. 

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2012 Family History Workshop at National Archives Chicago

Hidden Treasures at Ancestry.com
Saturday, February 11: 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM

Join well-known Family Historian and Genealogist Loretta “Lou” Szucs 
for an informative look at one of the most popular online collections of
genealogical-related data in the world. Lou will illustrate how to use
 Ancestry.com to dig up those hidden treasures that make us say “Wow!”

The workshop is free and will be held at our Chicago facility near Ford
City Mall and Midway Airport at 7358 South Pulaski Road in Chicago. 
For further information about this workshop, or to register, please
 contact Kris Maldre at 773-948-9010 or via e-mail at kristina.maldre@nara.gov.
 Space is limited, so RSVP today!

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The topic sounds like a very interesting topic on discovering all of the “hidden” items that are at Ancestry.com.  I am sure they are not literally “hidden” but just those nuggets of great information that we do not tend to explore and discover for ourselves.

Consider the date, the topic, the speaker and the location for your planning purposes if this is a program of interest to you.

Mark your calendar for this upcoming program by a great genealogical speaker on what appears to be a very good topic!

Tony Kierna
Genealogy Coordinator
Schaumburg Township District Library

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