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Jewish Genealogical Society Annual Meeting

Please join us on June 3 for our annual meeting, at the Jewish Community Center in Denver (51 Grape Street). The meeting takes place from 10 am until 1 pm and is open to our members and their guests at no charge. We also welcome new attendees and you’re welcome to become a member at the meeting ($30 for individuals; $40 for families).

This is a wonderful opportunity for you to network with fellow researchers and share your research success stories. In addition, we will be providing a generous brunch at no charge.

Our agenda includes the annual election of the Board, including the opportunity for you to meet with your new Board members, and participate in a general discussion about what you want from your Society. We will also have translators available (e.g. Hebrew, Yiddish, German, French, Portuguese, etc.) to help you with inscriptions on gravestones, photos and letters, so be sure to bring your documents.

We particularly welcome newcomers who are just starting their research. This is a great opportunity to meet fellow family history sleuths who have a wide variety of genealogy backgrounds and experiences. Take advantage of access to a wide range of expertise that will be available both before and after the meeting.

If you have any questions about the meeting or would like more information, please contact Barry Halpern at barry.halpern@gmail.com.

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