VGA Newsletter October 2022

VGA Newsletter October 2022 Thank you for subscribing to our VGA Newsletter!
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VGA 2022 Conference Announcement:
The VGA Conference will be open to all VGA members for FREE!
You read that right! If you are a VGA member, you can attend the Annual Conference for no additional cost. If you are not a current VGA member, please consider joining/renewing for only $20 USD!
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More info coming soon about the speakers, topics, and presentation times.
Upcoming Double Feature:
VGA Book Club and our next Webinar are coming up on Tuesday, October 18th starting at 7:00pm Eastern.VGA Members can register for all Events in the Upcoming Webinars area of the Members Center.
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What’s New in February
Upcoming Members-Only Webinars:Tuesday, February 2nd, 8pm Eastern – Ari Wilkins will present “Looking for My Babies: Freedmen Searching for Family”Saturday, February 20th, 11am Eastern – Michael Strauss will present “Influenza: The Twentieth Century’s Deadliest Pandemic”Only VGA members with current annual membership can register for these two events. You only need to register if you’re planning on attending the event live.
Upcoming Event: Genearosity Lecture Series!Judy G. Russell, JD, CG, CGL will give the first “Genearosity” Lecture on Saturday, February 6th, at noon Eastern. She will present “Lost and Found: The Children in Our Family Histories”.Cost is $10 (US) for members and $15 (US) for non-members. All proceeds will be donated to Paul Edward Sulby, Sr. African-American Scholarship of the Board for Certification of Genealogists.After the live event, a recording will be available for those who make the above donations for three months. You can register for this event by clicking here.
Upcoming Event: Indiana Historical Society’s Research RoundtableOn February 6th from 10:30am to noon Eastern join members of IHS and VGA for a virtual roundtable discussion. The topic is: “Black History Is Everyone’s History”. Registration is free and space is limited. You can sign up by clicking here.Follow us on social media for more frequent updates.