Education

Tuesday’s Tip – Attend Genealogy Day Saturday

Are you looking for a FREE day of genealogy fun and education? If so, you should register for the the Fountaindale Library’s Genealogy Day on Saturday! Debra Dudek has planned for you to hear four speakers, which includes me, enter a giveaway for door prizes, explore the vendor room and purchase books which may be […]

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Tuesday’s Tip – Explore ProGen Study Groups

Has it been 18 months already? Wow, time flies when you are having fun! My ProGen Study Group 10 has ended. I almost can’t believe it. It was a great learning experience and I highly recommend anyone interested in increasing their skills and considering moving from hobbyist to professional, check it out. My group started […]

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Tuesday’s Tip – Get Out and Be Social

You have heard us all talk about being social online. But what about taking that a step further and actually meeting some of your online friends IN REAL LIFE? Some of you know I made three really amazing friends in the last year on Twitter and FaceBook. Together, we form the Fab Four, as Laura […]

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The Immigrant Experience And What We Forget

This weekend I took my 11 year old son to the local college to hear the DuPage Symphony Orchestra perform Heroic and Hopeful. He didn’t really care for the first part but enjoyed the second part. This program started with the Liberty Fanfare by John Williams, followed by Antonin Dvorak’s From the New World Symphony […]

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Motivation Monday – 2012 Genealogy Goals

I think 2012 is going to be a fabulous year. A lot has happened since I wrote my 2011 goals so I believe 2012 is going to be a year of major changes. Here are my goals. Launch my redesigned website with the help of On The Beaton Path and Base Zero Productions. Publish two […]

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Looking at my 2011 Genealogy Goals

I read Julie Cahill Tarr’s post this week about her 2011 Achievements and 2012 Resolutions and thought I should do a post about my goals for 2011 and then post new ones for 2012. This post was originally seen on 9 January 2011 on this site. I was reading Amy Coffin’s We Tree blog and […]

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