Finalize your plans now to join the Descendants of the Founders of Ancient Windsor and Connecticut Professional Genealogists Council for a day-long genealogy seminar Saturday, September 24 at La Notte Restaurant, East Windsor, CT. The program is being held in conjunction with DFAW’s annual meeting. We will have three speakers, including a rare opportunity to hear Robert Charles Anderson of the New England Historic Genealogical Society’s Great Migration Study Project fame! The program includes:
"THE PRESERVATION LIBRARIAN’S PICNIC BASKET," Jane F. Cullinane, Preservation Librarian at the Connecticut State Library.
“OUR SPIRITUAL LEGACY FROM COLONIAL TIMES: THE NEW ENGLAND WAY IN CHURCH AND TOWN,” Rev. Gordon Bates, First Congregational Church, Glastonbury, Connecticut.
“THE EVOLUTION OF EARLY CONNECTICUT TOWN RECORDS,” Robert Charles Anderson, FASG.
Please share information about this special program with others. Let your family, friends, and colleagues know that everyone is invited – you don’t have to be a member of DFAW or CPGC to attend. The event is a fundraiser to benefit the Donna Holt Siemiatkoski Acquisition Fund, and the fee is $50 which includes coffee and pastries, program, and luncheon. Pre-registration is required; registrations must be postmarked by September 16. A registration form is attached. For details, see http://dhs10.weebly.com/
We hope you can join our September 24 seminar, but donations to the “Donna Fund” to help continue the legacy are welcome whether or not you can attend.