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May 22 2018

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Phone 517-543-8792 E-mail: Corresponding Secretary ecgsoc@gmail.com. Website: www.miegs.org     © 2018 Eaton County Genealogical Society

Monthly Programs

Meetings - Everyone is welcome!

General Monthly meetings are held the third Wednesday of the month at 7:00 P.M. in the ground floor of the 1885 Courthouse, with the exception of November when the meeting is scheduled on the second Wednesday. There are no meetings in December, January and February.

1885 courthouse

Social/Pre-Meeting Time: 5:30 P.M. (Bring your sack-supper if you would like!)

Meeting Time: 7:00 P.M.

Place: 1885 Courthouse, Charlotte, MI

Next General Pre-Meeting June 20 (5:30): Keith Harrison will speak about the Eaton Rapids G.A.R. Hall.

Next General Meeting June 20 (7:00): Tim Gleisner, from the Library of Michigan, will speak on the "The Newspaper Collection at the Library of Michigan".

Scheduled Meetings for 2018

June 20, 2018: 5:30p.m.: Keith Harrison will speak about the Eaton Rapids G.A.R. Memorial Hall and Museum. 7:00p.m.: Tim Gleisner, from the Library of Michigan, will speak on the "The Newspaper Collection at the Library of Michigan"

July 18, 2018:  

August 15, 2018: 

September 19, 2018:

October 17, 2018:

November 14, 2018:

There are no general meetings in December, January or February.

See you in March!

(Meetings already held this year.)

March 21, 2018: 5:30p.m.: Chris Brown and Sue Thompson-DNA Basics and discusisson of possible DNA Special Interest Group. 7:00p.m.: Shirley Hodges: Women in World War I.

April 18, 2018: 5:30p.m.: Char Garlinger gives a personal look at who George Washington the man was. 7:00p.m.: Dan Earl will speak about DNA and tips on using Ancestry DNA for your family tree research.- I Got My Ancestry DNA--- NOW WHAT?!

May 16, 2018: 5:30p.m.: . 7:00p.m. Dick Thelen, a World War Two veteran from Grand Ledge, MI, will tell us about his experience as a survivor of the USS Indianapolis, which torpedoed shortly after it had delivered the first atomic bomb to the island of Tinian. Dick will be bringing the $30 book of USS Indianapolis Survivors to those who would like to purchase it.

This page last updated: May 2018