Donna Potter Phillips presented "Ancestry.com - extended" to our society members on Saturday, April 19th in the computer lab of the downtown public library. She has spoken on this topic twice before for our computer class programs, and I've learned something new at each one I've attended. This time, Donna highlighted some of the features of Ancestry that many of us long-time users may have overlooked: DNA information and updates; "What's New on Ancestry"; "What's Coming on Ancestry"; and the Learning Center. With new members joining our society all the time and/or returning members signing up for Ancestry for the first time, this program is a foundational one for our society.
If you would like a copy of the syllabus, please contact me at kidmiffatgmaildotcom, substituting the words in green with the appropriate symbols.
If you are interested in signing up for future computer classes (see our schedule here), please contact me, Miriam Robbins Midkiff, at the e-mail address listed in the previous paragraph, or see our member directory for my telephone number. You must be a current EWGS member to attend. If you are interested in joining EWGS, please go to our website here and download the membership application.