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Lin Strong is the founder of the Ostfriesland Genealogy
Society of America, headquartered in St. Paul, Minnesota.
She is very active in the daily activities of the organization,
edits the quarterly newsletter, answers queries, and takes
groups on yearly visits to Germany. Lin is knowledgeable
of German culture, history, and language. She is a great
help in any research question you may have. You will
gain much from her talks, and when we return to the
library, she will be able to assist in any research question
you may have. It is a joy to be able to host Lin and take
part in the information she has to share.
Mary and Lin

The Iroquois County Genealogical Society will host a Lin Strong Day

Lin will be speaking on Ostfriesland, an area near and dear to her. If you have ancestors from this area of Germany, you will not want to miss this program.

This will be held at the Super 8 Motel meeting room, 710 West Walnut St., Watseka, IL., on November 7th beginning at 9a.m. There will be breaks with refreshments, door prizes, and freebees. The main program ends at 12 noon with lunch on your own.

Seating is limited so get your reservation in early.

At 1:30 we will meet at the Genealogy Society Library in the Old Courthouse Museum for more information and personal research problems addressed. All OSB Books and other German resources will be available for research.

Register by Mail

Return the completed form below with a check

I will attend the program.
Enclosed is my check for ____ persons ----- X $10 each _________

I will come to the Old Court House for
research and further information-------------- ______ persons

Make checks payable to:
Iroquois County Genealogy Society
103 W Cherry St.
Watseka, IL. 60970

State____________________ ZIP_______________

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Lin Strong Day Reservation
7 Nov 2015

Date: 7 November 2015

Time: 9 am at Super 8

and 1:30 at the Genealogy Society

The Iroquois County Genealogical Society is now an affiliate library of Family Search.

So you can order your films from Salt Lake City and have them sent to our library where you can view the films and make copies. We will be glad to help you get your films ordered if needed. We have 4 microfilm readers with printers.

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