The Clallam County Genealogical Society invites you to hear Lisa Alzo, the featured speaker at the March 11th Spring Seminar. This well known genealogist will present the following topics:
1. Silent Voices: Telling the Stories of Your Female Immigrant Ancestors
2. Finding Your Femme Fatales
3. Chasing Genealogy clues to Find Elusive Female Ancestors
The conference will be by Zoom. All are welcome to watch the program at the CCGS Research Center located at 403 E. 8th Street in Port Angeles, WA, or you can Zoom it at your home.
The cost for the seminar will be $50 for non-members of CCGS, $40 for members. Registration at the door will be $50. Checks should be made out to CCGS. Credit Cards can use the “Paypal” app available on the CCGS website up until March 6th. The web-address is www.clallamcogs.org.
The Zoom meeting number and passcodes will be sent out via e-mail upon receipt of funds.
For more information about this program, consult the website or phone the Center Tues-Friday 10am – 4pm or Saturdays noon – 4pm:
Lisa Alzo, MFA, is the author of several genealogy books, and hundreds of magazine articles. She is a contributing editor of Family Tree Magazine and her pieces appear in other genealogical magazines as well. She has shared her expertise at national and international conferences, webinars, and historical and genealogical societies. An avid genealogist for more than 30 years, she specializes in Eastern European genealogical research, writing your family story, and in using history to trace immigrant and female ancestors.
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear this outstanding genealogist and speaker.