Tri-City Genealogical Society June Meeting

Flyer: Jensen, Benton County PUD Auditorium

You will want to put this presentation on you calendar as it will be very entertaining as we learn about Hollywood and the Contributions to World War II as presented by Humanities Washington. Please see the enclosed attachment.
I also appreciate those of you who continue to attend our meetings and I trust that they have been helpful to you in your family history research. We would so much enjoy having you become a member of the Tri-City Genealogical Society and membership is even easier via our website through Pay-Pal.  An account with Pay-Pal is not necessary as you would just pay with you debit or credit card. See our website for membership instructions.
http://tricitygenealogicalsociety.org/q/ or call 943-9322 for information.
We hope to see you in June. Thank you for your interest.
Art Kelly

Tri-City Genealogical Society May Meeting

 
I hope that you have put May 9th on your calendar as we are having a professional genealogist give a presentation on WPA records.  See the enclosed attachment for more information as well as the Beginning Genealogy Class too.
We will be having another genealogy book sale as we have added several more books to our sale for May.
As always, please take the opportunity to invite someone to our TCGS meetings.
Thank you!
Art Kelly

Tri-City Genealogical Society Tip of the Week

Here’s an opportunity to download a free magazine edition of Family Tree for a review.

 

Genealogy News & Tips
Introducing Family Tree’s New Look
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Starting this week, Family Tree Magazine subscribers will notice something a little different in their mailboxes: Our May/June 2018 issue debuts a new look and content to inspire and inform your genealogy search! Read More…

Tri-City Genealogical Society April Meeting

Dear Guests:
Please don’t forget to attend our April 11th program at the Kennewick PUD Auditorium.
We will be having another genealogy books sale, so bring your checkbook or your dollar bills as we will not be in a position to provide change.
Note that our Beginning Genealogy Class starts at 6:15 p.m. and the main program will begin at 7:00 p.m.  (See the enclosed attachment for more detailed information).
We hope that you will be able to volunteer for any TCGS (Tri-City Genealogical Society) projects in the future and we certainly want to have you consider becoming part of our society by your annual membership. For more information, please visit our website at:

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We hope to see you this coming Wednesday night.  Thank you and don’t hesitate to call us at 943-9322 for any questions that you may have.
Sincerely,
Art Kelly (V.P./Program/Publicity Chair)

Tri-City Genealogical Society April Meeting

Join us for the next TCGS meeting on 11 April 2018 Come to the Tri- City Genealogical Society at the Benton County PUD 7:00 PM— 2721 W 10th Ave — Kennewick WA Tri -Cities Aviation History — Pasco Naval Air Station/Bombing Range
[ Beginning Genealogy Class‘ Using FamilySearch Learning Center ’ – 6:15 to 6:45 PM]
Did you know the Tri-Cities Airport was originally Naval Air Station (NAS) Pasco ? Discover how our community was transformed when it became the third busiest Naval aviation training base in the U.S. during World War II. How many young men earned their pilot wings at NAS Pasco? What type of aircraft did they fly? Were women allowed to work on the base? How did Bombing Range Road come to be? What was the eventual fate of the Naval Air Station, and what historic landmark has been saved in our community? Bring your questions, stories and your leather flight jacket (optional) and experience our amazing local aviation history.