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Tuesday, January 25
January Fundraiser: McAlister's Deli  (Fundraisers)
5:00 pm to 10:00 pm
McAlister's Deli: 137 Merchant's Row, Arlington, TX
Happy 2022!
 
Our Janury fundraiser will be with McAlister's Deli through GroupRaise. Please read the following information carefully...
 
Tuesday, January 25th from 5pm to 10pm.
 
Sign-up link:
  • 20 people must commit to eat by the 22nd (use link above), if we do not receive 20 committments we will not have a fundraiser for January.
  • We will receive 20% of the sales who dine-in (remember to say you are with GPGS), carry-out, order online or order in-app from 5pm to 10pm during the fundraiser.
  • Phone orders and third-party delivery orders are NOT applicable. Supporters who order online (mcalistersdeli.com) or in the McAlister’s Deli app MUST apply the promo code DONATEMCA at checkout for the transaction to count towards your organization. 
  •  Please let me know if there are issues with the link or there are general questions regarding the fundraiser.



Virtual Live - How to Write Your Family History Books
Thursday, February 3
Virtual Live - How to Write Your Family History Books  (Monthly Meetings)
6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Virtual - Via Zoom
Virtual Live Featuring Linda Wortham
Topic Discussion:  How to Write Your Family History Books
As a newlywed my husband and I attended a family reunion.  Much research had been done by this individual and I quickly realized that there were names that I recognized from my own family tree. I had to find the connection.  It was an intriguing study and recording it was done on paper, since the internet and even personal computers were not created. I did find the link between our family and it makes for great stories and fun connections. 
About the Speaker:  Linda's research journey began 48 years ago.  She has written several books and worked hard to publish works as well as the works she has since done for others during the years.



A Foundational Step in Research Strategy
Thursday, March 3
A Foundational Step in Research Strategy  (Monthly Meetings)
6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Virtual - Via Zoom
Virtual Live Featuring Emily Coffman Richardson, Ed.D.
A Foundational Step in Research Strategy – What is the Research Question
Topic Discussion:  Effective research questions should be about a specific person that will help to frame the research scope.
This will lead to relevant information and hopefully will identify evidence that will answer the research question. This session will discuss how to determine and write effective research questions to guide your research strategy and process. Examples from current and past research will be used. How to manage multiple research questions through the use of technology will also be reviewed.
 
margin-right: 12px;About the Speaker: Emily is a professional genealogist and lecturer living in Denton, Texas. She began her genealogy research working with her mother in courthouses and cemeteries finding records for her ancestors in Ohio and Pennsylvania. In 2019, she retired from higher education as a faculty member and administrator, moved to Texas and opened up Kinsearchers, the original name of her mother’s business as a genealogist. She is the secretary of the Texas State Genealogical Society, as well as District C Representative. She is on the board for the Robson Ranch Genealogy Club. She teaches genealogy courses for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) for the University of North Texas.