Annual Spring Fundraising All-day Seminar
"Recipe for Genealogy"
Saturday, March 29, 2014, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Chula Vista Golf Course
4475 Bonita Road, Bonita, California
This is our annual all-day fundraising seminar event with many exciting features including,
renown speakers, a served luncheon, opportunity drawings and door prizes.
HERE to learn more and REGISTER
Genealogy Research Group
---- Wednesday, March 12 at 12 pm ----
---- Library Conference Room ----
Canceled for March as Library will be closed
The Genealogy Research Group led by Randy Seaver meets to
help members solve their genealogy research problems and share
successes through discussion and collective knowledge of the group.
Genealogy Computer Group
---- Wednesday, February 12 at 12 Noon ----
---- Library Computer Lab ----
The Genealogy Computer Group led by Shirley Becker meets
at 12:00pm for genealogy research on the internet and hands-on experience
to assist people with research problems or computer operating problems.
Lemon Grove Outreach Meetings
---- Wednesday, March 5 & 19 at 6:00 - 8:00PM ----
---- Lemon Grove Branch SD County Library ----
---- 3001 School Ln. Lemon Grove, CA ----
The Lemon Grove Group meets each 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month
to assist people with their research and to present new and different
approaches to solving genealogy research problems.
Susi Pentico, (education chair), leads these
discussions and invites everyone to come and participate.
• Wednesday, March 5: Has been canceled in lieu of school activities
• Wednesday, March 19: "Round Table/Brick Wall Sharing"
General Society Meeting
---- Wednesday, March 26 at 12:00pm ---
---- Library Auditorium ----
Chula Vista Civic Center Library, 365 F Street
Join us this month for:
“POSTCARD COLLECTIONS & GENEALOGY“
Presented By: Carol Davidson Baird
Carol Davidson Baird is the only child of German survivors of the
Holocaust and has researched her family for 42 years. She is past
president of San Diego JGS and North San Diego County Genealogical
Society as well as past editor for both society newsletters and has
served on the Board of Directors of NSDCGS since 1999.
She is past co-editor of Stammbaum and wrote the IAJGS manual on how
to start a JGS in your hometown. She writes for journals and newsletters and
lectures on German Jewish and Holocaust genealogy throughout California.
Her many travels to Europe with her family included visits to archives,
town halls and concentration camps. Carol has an archive room in her home.
Visitors and Guests are Welcome at all Society Meetings
For further information, contact Ralf Munoz, Programs Chair, email at
Also visit the Chula Vista Genealogy Society blog site at