This October workshop consisted of six half hour sessions, a pot luck dinner and a very quick board meeting. Note you can click on any of the photos for a bigger picture.
First was the presentation of the winners of the writing contest, and only Lois Thomason was the only one present and she won first prize.
Next was Shirley Penna-Oakes with some announcements.
Barbara Brazington started our with her session on the definition of genealogy and how to get started recording your ancestors.
Paul Manley talked about the Evergreen Cemetery how it came about, who is buried there, and what they want to do to keep it cleaned up and a functioning cemetery.
Cheri Casper talked about the Daughters of Civil War Veterans and the
Lisabeth A. Turner Tent #4
Next was the board meeting, and a very good pot luck dinner, with a very funny
Shirley Penna-Oakes telling about her Farr ancestors.
After lunch Paula Davis from Heritage Funeral Home talked
about writing your own obituary before it is too late.
Dolly Webb showed her half life story volume 1, and if you missed this story you missed a lot.
Ask her sometime about her brother trying to kill her.
Last was Dani Lee McGowan on digitizing your genealogy records, photos, etc.