Morrison County Genealogy Society
P.O. Box 385
Little Falls, MN 56345
2014-2015 Education Programs
Co-Presidents: Diane Zalasin 632-4411 and Diane Staricka 573-2447
Vice-President: Dan and Pam Girtz 632-4151
Secretary: Anne Brenny 468-0101
Treasurer: Patricia Quin 632-3360
Education: Judy Glaze 632-9181
Special Projects: Camille Warzecha 632-9383
Library: Dee and Stan Wielinski 632-
At-large Member: Jeanne McLeod 632-6747
At-large Member: Bernie Haldenwanger 584-5988
Website: contact any of the above or
Dianne Staricka at firstname.lastname@example.org
Great River Regional Library and MCGS ~ Partner to bring you Free 'hands on' sessions in discovery of your family history at the Carnegie Library, 108 NE 3rd St. in Little Falls, MN.
Session 1- Oct 11th, 2014 Sat 10am to 3pm - start timeline and how to organize.
Session 2- Nov 19th Wednesday 6PM to 8 PM - Resources beyond home and family
Session 3: January 15th, 2015 Thursday 6 to 8 PM ~ Use Library computer/intro to research.
Session 4: February 12, 2015 Thursday 6-8PM - use the library computers to search Census Records, Birth, Death, Military, Newspaper & more!
Session 5: February 23, 2015 Monday 6-8PM continued Helping Guidance- It's our 'Help Your Neighbor ' program that evening - great opportunity regardless if you are getting started or trying to get past any brick walls you've encountered.
We are there for you!!~~! Everybody Welcome!
For Questions please call
program director Patricia Quinn at 632-3360
Next Speaker and Meeting is
Monday Oct 27th, 2014
Little Falls Carnegie Library
Carnegie Library at 108 NE 3rd St in Little Falls, MN
Featured Speaker on Oct 27th, 2014
Lois Abromitis Mackin, Ph D, ... is a professional genealogist focusing on American and English research. Lois has a degree in history and is the 2013 winner of the MGS Founders Award for visionary leadership. Her presentation this evening is on
"Many Paths, One Goal."
The series of research is a process, and the steps don't always occur in order. This lecture presents different sequences of research and illustrates that all ultimately arrive at success, showing how, in Genealogy, there are many paths to one goal.
"It's all about learning to do your family history"