Online Workshop for anyone with Ukranian ancestors – March 17, 2018.
- Greek Catholics in Poland and Family Research by Tadeusz Piłat (Poland)
- Introduction to Ukrainian Genealogy by Justin Houser (Pennsylvania)
- Introduction to DNA and Genetic Genealogy by Paul Woodbury (Utah)
- A Historical Overview of Ukraine by Michael Andrec (New Jersey)
At the Annual General Meeting on January 25, the following people were elected to the Executive of the Dauphin Branch:
- President Virginia Fox
- Past President/MGS Liaison Don White
- Vice President-Heritage Roger Hill
- Treasurer Norine Mason
- Secretary/Advertising Shirle McGimpsey
- Memb. Secretary/Head Phoner Marilyn Strang
- Photographer Grant Rayson
- Obituary Scrapbook/Card File Darlene Rayson
- Obituary Index cards Tammy Zurba
- Phoners Lee Miedl, Gloria Baxter, Wanda Korman
Dauphin Heritage Day Fair
The Dauphin Branch is taking a display to the Heritage Fair on Saturday/Sunday, February 16th & 17th, 2018.
40 Years of Genealogy (1978 – 2018)
Saturday, April 21, 2018. 9 am – 4 pm
Knox United Church, 18th & Victoria Ave., Brandon.
“Using Today’s Technology to Unlock Puzzles of the Past”
Presenters: Dave Obee and Pat Ryan
- DNA: A dozen reasons to get moving with genetic genealogy (and a few why you shouldn’t)
- Who’s Your Momma?
- Destination Canada
- Why Can’t I Find Them?
- A Fresh Light on Old Newspapers
Seminar Fee – $80 per person /SWB members $70. Lunch included
29th Annual Heritage Dinner
Knox United Church at 6 pm
Guest Speaker – Dave Obee
Topic – Crowd Sourcing Your Family Research
Heritage Dinner tickets $25 per person
For information or to register visit website http://www.swmanitobagenealogy.ca, phone 204 -726-5344, http://www.facebook.com/swmanitobagenealogy
Registration Deadline April 13, 2018
Poster 2018 Seminar and Dinner -5
Wed., February 21, 2018, 7:00 pm.
Thomson Funeral Home, 669 Broadway Ave., Winnipeg.
“The ‘Old Country’ meets the Internet”. Presentation by Denise Kolesar.
Denise will be speaking on internet genealogy using websites from Eastern Europe. We all use websites from North America (Ancestry.ca/com, Familysearch.org, EEGsociety.org, etc.) but there are a growing number of websites created in Europe that you can use to research your family history. For more information – https://www.eegsociety.org/
EEGS Meeting poster for 21 Feb