Upcoming Saturday Classes

 Saturday, March 18 at 10:00 a.m.
“Learning How to Use the FamilySearch Family Tree, Part 1” 
Presenter: Gary Petranek
 The FamilySearch Family Tree is a collaborative, community-based website with a unique platform: every person has a “page” and occupies just one place on the tree. Researchers can access the “personal page” of a deceased person, and view vital information, photos, documents, stories, and sources. This platform fosters collaboration as people work together on one ancestor, in one place. Part 1 will teach how to navigate the Tree, add/delete/modify a “personal page.”
Saturday, April 22 at 10:00 a.m.
“Learning to Add Photos and Stories to the Family Tree, Part 2” 
Presenter: Gary Petranek
 The FamilySearch Family Tree is a collaborative, community-based website with a unique platform: every person has a “page” and occupies just one place on the tree. Researchers can access the “personal page” of a deceased person, and view vital information, photos, documents, stories, and sources. This platform fosters collaboration as people work together on one ancestor, in one place. Part 2 will teach how to add photos, documents, stories and sources to an ancestor’s “personal page.”
All classes are free of charge. No registration is required.
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Washington DC FHC Annual Conference – Saturday, May 6
The theme is “Records Collections and Repositories.”
Conference details and registration information is here:  http://wdcfhc.org/Conference/
This event is free of charge.
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