- Unfortunately I won t be at the meeting tonight. I was planning on it in spite of the Stanley Cup finals. I don t think I will see the game anyway as I am notMessage 1 of 6 , Jun 7, 2004View SourceUnfortunately I won't be at the meeting tonight. I was planning on it in spite of the Stanley Cup finals. I don't think I will see the game anyway as I am not feeling well. I felt fine this morning but that is no longer true this afternoon. For those interested in the Ukrainian, French or Metis SIG, ask them to email me or call me later on.For my customers - I will arrange to deliver your orders as soon as I can or you can pick them up. Give me a call at 295-3490 or email to age@... or president@.... I am very sorry to miss the meeting and hope to see you around during the summer - perhaps at the library.
Xenia Stanford (president@...)
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Subject: June MeetingThe next AFHS meeting is on June 7 at the First Christian Reformed Church (FCRC); 3818 14a St SW.Basics Session: 6:30pmTopic: Getting Ready for Summer Research ProjectsKay ClarkeKay will help you prepare genealogy research projects. She is going to be talking about some of the pitfalls and ways to make the experience of summer research more enjoyable. So come and find out what to do in your summer beside gardening, golfing and other traditional pursuits.Kay has been researching her family's history for many (probably 30 +
but only seriously for about the last 10) years. She has the added problem
of distance, as her father grew up in New Brunswick. Kay has probably made all
the mistakes in the book regarding things to do or not to do.Main Meeting: 7:15pmTopic: Volunteer Appreciation Night.SIG RepresentativesIt is that time of year again to recognize the hard and continuous work our volunteers do to help make our society so successful. In keeping with this theme, representatives from the various Special Interest Groups of the AFHS will be manning tables. They will provide members information on what their group can offer in terms of research and computer support, as well as promoting future volunteer opportunities. Please join us as we celebrate our volunteers.