Upcoming Meeting Schedule
specified, meetings are held at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
Day Saints (LDS Church),
16036 Old 27 North,
Marshall, MI (269) 781-7440. Click on the link for a map and
driving directions. Meetings are held at
7:00 p.m. the fourth Tuesday of the
month (except December, July and August)
January 28, 2014 -7 p.m.-We return to our regular meeting
place, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (LDS) Church at 16036
Old 27 North, Marshall, Michigan for our annual “Show and Tell” meeting.
Do you have a favorite ancestor you would like to share? Do you have a
success story in your research? What about a tip that helped you break
through that brick wall? Have you found a website, resource, or gadget
that you can’t live without in your genealogical life? Bring your
stories, techniques, tips, picture, gadget or whatever you would like
and share with those in attendance. Don’t have any of those? Come anyway
and learn from other researchers.
February 28, 2014-7 p.m.-Meeting held at Helen Warner Branch
of Willard Library, 36 Minges Creek Place, Battle Creek, Michigan.
What better place to spend a cold, winter, Friday night than inside a
warm library with other genealogy friends. Join us at the Helen Warner
Branch for a night of research and fun. Bring a guest and introduce them
to all that the local history section of this Battle Creek library has
to offer. The branch library will be closed to the public at this time
allowing attendees to research with other liked minded people. Come and
join the fun!
March 25, 2014-7 p.m.-Program to be determined. Anyone know an
April 22, 2014-7 p.m. What is in your Genealogist’s Research
Bag? Spring is Here! It is time to be thinking about and planning your
research jaunts now that the weather is better. Join our panel of
experts as they explain what is in their research gadget bag? If your
research travels take you to a cemetery, library, archives, or on a
genealogical road trip you won’t want to miss this program that will
show you what you need for a successful and fun time.
May 27, 2014-7 p.m. Making the Most out of Community Trees.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have an online place to share your family tree,
connect with other researchers and ‘cousins’ and see their sources,
stories and photos? Family Search Community Tree is one such place. Come
and learn more about community trees, what it is, how to use them and
how it can enhance your research.
June 24, 2014-7 p.m. Program to be determined.
Visitors and guests are welcome.
For more information, please contact our president,