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C A G G  Meetings
CAGG meetings are like mini-seminars and are usually held nine times a year, normally on the third Saturday of each month, with no meetings in July, August, or December. The meetings start at 9:30 a.m. and consist of a "main program" in the morning, software user's groups at 11:00 a.m.; lunch at noon and a Computer Fundamentals session starting at 1:00 p.m. until 2 p.m. The meetings are held at the:

Fairview Park Branch Library
21255 Lorain Road
Fairview Park, Ohio

Estate Planning Genealogy-Style
Carla Cegielski

You’ve worked on your family genealogy for years. Have you taken steps to insure that your genealogical files, pictures and mementos are preserved in the manner you intend? This presentation outlines options to consider.


Afternoon Computer Fundamentals
Managing the Genealogy Data Monster.
Recorded Webinar presented by Thomas MacEntee - with HANDOUTS
It is so easy to let the large amounts of data involved with genealogy overwhelm you – to the point that family history research is no longer fun! Learn how to tackle the three main problem areas of genealogy data: research data, project data and file data so you can put the fun back in your research!

We’ll cover the basics of working “smarter” instead of “harder” when it comes to managing genealogy data. Topics include setting up genealogy projects and tracking them to completion, using a research log to track research, and how to better manage your genealogy data files.*

* Attendees will also receive free data management templates for genealogy projects and a genealogy research log.
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CAGG 2015
January 17, 2015 am How He (Really) Died, CAGG member stories of how they learned the truth
    pm FamilySearch: Editing the FamilyTree, Jean Hoffman
February 21 am Using Deeds in Your Genealogical Research with Chris Staats
    pm Genealogy Trip Planning with Jean Hoffman
March 21 am Digging Up Data for Your WWII Veteran Relatives, Wally Huskonen
    pm What's Your Favorite Website? with Jean Hoffman
April 18 am Ohio History And Transportation or How Ohio Changed From Being The Wild West Frontier Into A Political, Industrial and Commercial Power, John Dailey
    pm The New Look of HeritageQuest Online with Jean Hoffman
May 16 am To My Daughter Rachel $100: Wills and Probate in America , Jean M. Hoffman
    pm Genealogy Resolutions – How to Make Them, How to Keep Them, a recorded webinar with Lisa A. Alzo
June 20 am What Happens to My Stuff When I Die? Your Genealogical Estate, Carla Cegielski
    pm Managing the Data Monster, a recorded webinar with Thomas MacEntee
no meetings in July and August

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