Presentations are held at the MGS Library/Resource Centre, 1045 St. James St. at 7:00 pm. Free for SE/Winnipeg Branch members and $5 for non-members. Branch membership fee is $12 for MGS members.
Monday, November 5
1000 Love Letters Home from a WWII Veteran. By Len Van Roon
Len is a 96-year-old World War II veteran. While overseas he wrote over 1000 love letters home to his sweetheart. On his return they wed. She kept all his letters. Len bought a camera in London and took it to the front. He mailed the film home along with his letters.He still has these pictures as well as other memorabilia from the war. Len is a very interesting, articulate storyteller.
Monday, November 26
Using Excel spreadsheets to organize and analyze genealogical research.
by Gordon McBean
Gord will discuss what to do with a large amount of information that needs to be organized and analyzed. Spreadsheet software enables the sorting of data in multiple ways to look for patterns, etc. It also helps create genealogy forms, printing them as fill-in blanks or typing information directly into the form. Spreadsheets can turn research logs, indexes, and other information into organized information.