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HURON SHORES
GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY

c/o Robert J. Parks Public Library
6010 N. Skeel Avenue
Oscoda, MI 48750-1577
989-739-9581
huronshoresgs@yahoo.com


Huron Shores Genealogical Society and the Iosco/Arenac District Library present
“French Canadian Roots”, Saturday, October 13, 2012, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm,
at the Robert Parks Public Library, 6010 N. Skeel Ave, Oscoda, MI.  

Speakers will be Roger Miller and Phyllis LaVigne.  

The program is free and open to the public.  
Lunch is provided.  

Contact Judy Sheldon for further information or to submit questions
for the speakers at 989-739-5497 or huronshoresgs@yahoo.com.  
Reservations required, call 989-739-9581.

Established in 1982, the Huron Shore Genealogical Society (HSGS), Iosco County Michigan has compiled over 1,400 indexes containing over 1.6 million indexed names. These indexes can be accessed via the main HSGS index page. You can also buy all of them on a CD (MS-Word format) from HSGS for $10.00, postpaid. HSGS Newsletters are also availble online. HSGS is located in the Parks Library in Oscoda Michigan.
Robert J. Parks Public Library
Hours: Monday & Friday  9:00am-5:00pm
           Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday  9:00am-8:00pm
           Saturday  9:00am-5:00pm: Genealogy assistance available from 9:00am-3:00pm Monday – Saturday by appointment

Membership
$10.00 per year and $2.00 for each additional family member joining. Dues are an additional $2.00 if you wish to have the newsletter mailed rather than receiving it by email.

Meetings
Quarterly on the third Thursday of the months of January, April, July, October at 5:30 pm at the Different Blend Coffee House, 513 W. Bay St. (US 23), East Tawas, MI (on the east side of the highway next to the city park and the Museum). Meetings are open to the public.

Research for a fee
Society will do or arrange for any genealogical research to be done in Iosco County, MI. The fee is $25.00 for the first two hours. Additional time and fees negotiable.

If you have a larger research job which our volunteers can not accomplish, the society will recommend a genealogical researcher who we feel is qualified to do the research. In this situation you and the researcher will make your own arrangements.

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