4 August 2014: Google Earth For Genealogists.An online webinarwith Lisa Louise Cooke, noted genealogist and podcaster. Google Earth is a free program that will help unlock mysteries in your research – from unidentified photographs to pinpointing homesteads. Google Earth has the power to geographically document your ancestor’s lives, and lends itself very well to collaboration with other researchers. Google Earth is a 360 degree 3-dimensional way to view your ancestor’s world! 7 p.m. at the Library Center.
13 August 2014: The OGS Obituary Project. Panel members Imogene Bennett, John Carter, Patti Hobbs, and Rita Wallace will discuss the history and objectives of the project and offer suggestions for use in your research. 9:30 a.m. at The Library Center.
27 August 2014: Save Your Research for Future Generations. Member Susan Munoz has compiled her family history information into an entertaining and educational form which is sure to pique reader interest. Susan will share her techniques and methods. Bring your own family history compilations for a show-and-tell session following the presentation. 9:30 a.m. at The Library Center.