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Thursday, 20 October 2016 13:10

Genealogy Pros to Present

Computer Club Program October 24

Experienced family history consultants Jayne Adams and Mary Campbell will be the speakers at Monday'smeeting of the Woodland Senior Computer Club, set for1 p.m.in the meeting rooms of the center, 2100 East St., Woodland. Membership is not required to attend; a growing interest in the subject of genealogy is expected to result in a large turnout.

Adams and Campbell are staff members of the Genealogical Research Program at the Woodland Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which houses one branch of the Family History Center,  the church's largest genealogical organization in the world.

The program will demonstrate how to access the search program from almost any computer. Researchers will also provide information on use of over 15 commercial genealogical sites at no charge from the local center,which is open on Wednesdays from 11 a.m. To 9 p.m.and Thursdayfrom 1 to 3. Budd Steers, director of the local center, will present the speakers and additional information.

A short business meeting will be held, and light refreshments will be served. Following the meeting, members will be eligible for a drawing. The computer club also offers open labs every Fridayat the center from noon to 3 p.m.  on the club's Windows 7 computers for $1; an attendant is present to assist. Copies are 5 cents per page.

Additional information is available on the club website,www.wsccc.com; at the center's senior desk,(530)668-9522, or by contacting Jill Brooks, publicity, at(530)668-9522.

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