P. O. Box
842661, Houston, TX 77284
to the Bear Creek Genealogical Society. Our
society meets on the second Thursday of each month at the Bear
Creek Community Center,
3055 Bear Creek Dr., Houston, TX 77084. We have approximately 40
members and hold our meeting from 1 to 2:30 PM. All
whether novice or expert, are welcome to attend. Attire is
also have several bus trips per year, departing from and returning to
the Bear Creek Community Center. Our most popular trip has
to the Clayton
Library Center of Houston Public Library, one of the top
genealogical libraries in the country.
We look forward to seeing you. For further
information, contact Gary
Tober, President, 281-398-0333 or Tom Woltz,
Vice-President, 832-754-2875. Click here for a membership
application. Annual dues are $15.
On Thursday December 11 we will have our holiday meeting. This
will be a "Show and Tell," where members present items of interest.
Contact Tom Woltz if you wish to make a presentation. Also, this will be a potluck lunch or snack. Bring a plate.
Thursday November 13 we will spend the day at Clayton Library.
This trip will replace our regular November meeting. We
will assemble at Bear Creek Community Center at 9:15 AM and leave for
the library at 9:30. We should be back to the center around 4.
This trip will be by carpool rather than bus. Some of us
will volunteer to drive to Clayton.
The 2014-2015 calendar is finally up to date.
The Katy Family History Center (1603 Norwalk near
Highland Knolls) is holding a family history fair Saturday morning October 25. Details are now available at www.katyfamilyhistoryfair.com . Free registration is available at the website.
For those of you already planning 2015, there will be 3 major national conferences. The Federation of Genealogical Societies will meet jointly with Rootstech Feb. 11-14, 2015 in Salt Lake City. The National Genealogical Society
meets May 13-16, 2015 in St. Charles, MO near St. Louis. Click on
these links for more information. Registration for the
FGS/Rootstech conference is already open, while the NGS registration
will begin in December.
Our books are stored at the Bear Creek Community Center. For a list, click here.
revised by Alan
Leeds, October 24, 2014