The venue is the South County Civic Center in Delray Beach, and the day begins at 11.30am with Galicia and Hungary SIG sessions, a 12.30pm Brick Wall session, and a 1pm business meeting, followed by JewishGen education vice president Phyllis Kramer’s presentation.
FEE: Non-member guests–$5 (guest fee may be applied toward membership dues)
Kramer will demonstrate how to find and use naturalization records for family research. She teaches a quarterly JewishGen online genealogy course and frequently lectures at International genealogy conferences.
She also runs the monthly meeting Brick Wall Q&A sessions. Kramer taught a beginner’s genealogy course at last winter’s JGSPBCI Mini Conference, and will again speak at this year’s Mini-Conference set for December 9 at the JCC in Boca Raton.
Submit Brick Wall session questions in advance; click here for information on special interest groups. For program information, contact Tracing the Tribe’s good friends Sylvia Nusinov or Marilyn Newman.
Fee: Members, free; others, $5 (which may be applied towards membership).