Arlington Heights Memorial Library Will Be Offering Another Genealogy Document Translation Program on Saturday, April 9, 2011 from 1 To 4 PM

Hi Everyone!

I just received this “short notice” of another Genealogy Document Translation program that is going to take place at the Arlington Heights Memorial Library on Saturday, April 9, 2011 from 1 to 4 PM. 

The library is located at:

500 N. Dunton Avenue
Arlington Heights, IL 60004 
www.ahml.info

The program will be held in the Hendrickson Room North.

Here is the text description of the program I received via e-mail from the Arlington Heights Memorial Library:

Having difficulty reading that old German script? Not sure what that word is in Polish? Bring a copy of your document and meet with a translator to solve those languages mysteries. Languages will include German, Russian, Polish, Ukrainian and others. Call 847-870-3643 for more information.

It appears there is no charge to attend this program or to obtain any of the translation services.  It also appears there is no pre-registration required.

You can contact Michael Mulholland, the Genealogy Librarian of the Arlington Heights Memorial Library, for any further clarification for this upcoming event.

Michael Mulholland can be reached at:

847-870-3643 
 mmulholl@ahml.info

This translation program was offered by the Arlington Heights Memorial Library just recently within the past 6 months I believe.  It appears it was a big success at that time that is leading to this program being presented again.

Get your documents ready for the languages indicated above and drop in for this helpful translation program.

Tony Kierna
Genealogy Coordinator
Schaumburg Township District Library

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