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Members Meeting May 21, 2014 11:00 AM

A field trip to Ft. Myers Regional Library

 
 
WEDNESDAY, MAY 21 leaving @11:00 am from the
Parking lot of Mid County Library
stopping for a quick lunch along the way!
If you plan to drive down by yourself please
get there by 1 to 1:30PM.
 
Come with us to visit the Genealogy section of the brand new
Ft. Myers Library and see what they have to offer.
 
The library staff, Bryan Mulcahy, M.L.S. Reference Librarian
and Carolyn Ford, will provide a tour of the collection and
be available to answer questions.
After the tour, they will provide hands on help for our group. Please bring your family group sheets, pedigree charts, etc. with you and  materials for research.
 
Carpools will be arranged – please register in advance.
Go to www.ccgsi.org to add your name to the registration list.
 
 
 
May 21, 2014 11:00 AM
 

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