|18 Jan: Chris Kelly, President of the
Roser Park Neighborhood Association, will talk about the Greenwood
Cemetery restoration efforts.
25 Jan: 2003 Seminar
|15 Feb: Member Interactive Workshop||15 Mar: Don Ivey, curator, will talk about the Holdings at the Heritage Museum and Archives|
|19 Apr: Kay Holley, of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, will speak about the holdings of UDC and model, display and explain reasons for clothing design of the 1800's||17 May: Scott Taylor Hartzell is a freelance writer for the St. Petersburg Times and author of St.
Petersburg: An Oral History. Scott will talk about his
methodology and techniques used to research people for his book and Times
||21 June: Kay Turansky will talk about
Personal Life History Writing. Handouts will be provided at $2.00
each at the meeting.
28 June: PGS Annual Picnic - Largo Central Park - 9AM to 1PM - Shelter #1
|19 July: Jay B. Starkey, Jr. will talk about the Starkey's, one of the pioneer families of Pinellas County. Included will be a short TV interview done by Channel 18 of J. B., Sr. and his wife.||16 Aug: Debbe Hagner, current
President of the West Pasco Genealogy Society, and a certified
genealogist, will discuss what to do about "brick walls". You may
submit questions or problems to
Gladys Evan of the PGS in advance of the meeting.
||20 Sep: Damon Hostetler will talk about Data Organization.|
|18 Oct: George Morgan, of Aha! Seminars, will speak on Advanced Research on the Internet.||15 Nov: Donna Murray Allen will talk on: A Dozen Ways to Find an Ancestorís Maiden Name and Overlooked and Underused Resources||20 Dec: Christmas Party and Election of Officers|
All meetings begin at 11:00 AM ET in the Jenkins auditorium in the Largo
Public Library. Guests are warmly welcomed and encouraged to attend.
The Computer Interest Group meets at 9:45 AM before the general meeting in the Jenkins auditorium in the Largo Library.
|Family Tree Maker (FTM)
enthusiasts meet monthly October through May at 10:00 AM in the Jenkins
Assembly Conference Room in the lobby of the
Largo Library. Each session lasts
approximately two hours.
During the Family Tree Maker workshop for Saturday, January 3, the group will continue pursuit of conquering the basics by exploring the FTM Frequently Asked Questions on both the software program and the web site. There will be further discussion of the uses of digital photography and Optical Character Recognition (OCR).
There is no fee for this workshop, but donations to the Greater Largo Library Foundation for support of the New Library Building Fund are appreciated.
FTM meeting dates this year (2003) are: 4 Jan; 1 Feb; 1 Mar; 5 Apr; 3 May; 4 Oct; 1 Nov; 6 Dec. Meetings in 2004 are: 3 Jan.
|For the remainder of the 2003-2004 season,
Bette Raup will lead the Beginners' Study Group in the
Meeting dates for the 2003-2004 season are scheduled for: 11 Oct; 8 Nov; 13 Dec; 10 Jan; 14 Feb; and 13 Mar.
Computer Interest Group (CIG) or Computers in Genealogy group,
meets at 9:45 A.M. in the Jenkins Assembly Conference Room on the third
Saturday of each month just before the regular PGS meeting throughout the
year. This forum is an informal discussion group in a question and answer
format on anything related to the use of computers in genealogy. Typical
subjects include: new websites, email problems, using digital cameras,
scanners, downloading files and finding them on your computer, genealogy
software programs, etc. There is no fee and all levels of computer
expertise are welcome. If you would like more information or would like to
become a member of the e-mail discussion list, please contact
Computer Interest Group meetings this year (2003) are: 18 Jan; 15 Feb; 15 Mar; 19 Apr; 17 May; 21 Jun; 19 Jul; 16 Aug; 20 Sep; 18 Oct; 15 Nov; 20 Dec.
**NOTE: There will NOT be a meeting of the Board during June, July,
Prior year calendar may be found here.
Updated 28 April 2013. Pinellas Genealogy Society, Inc. All rights reserved.