Schelly Dardashti <dardasht@...>
JFRA Tel Aviv branch is happy to announce its next program at its new
7 pm, Wednesday, November 6
Ezorei Chen Country Club, upstairs meeting room
Micha Reisel will present his very interesting program on the "Changing
Borders of Eastern Europe."
Very well received at the branches in Ra'anana and Petah Tikva, it is an
excellent program for newcomers and more advanced researchers.
Providing an overview of where, when, why and how these changes impacted
our families, the topic continues to impact us in our research,
particularly in locating archival documents.
On a personal note, I finally understood why my grandfather, from
Skalat/Suchostav (Austria-Hungary > Poland > Ukraine) also spoke Slovak.
This program is in English.
MARK THE DATE ON YOUR CALENDAR:
Batya Unterschatz will speak at JFRA Ra'anana at 7 pm Wednesday,
November 20. Batya's talk will center on resources in Israel for
locating people, as well as the decades of family reunifications she
enabled while at the Search Bureau for Missing Relatives which closed a
few years ago. Please mark your calendars to join us in Ra'anana for
this very interesting presentation.
Ra'anana's programs are in English.
JFRA members, NIS 5; others, NIS 15.
For information and directions:
Tel Aviv: Schelly Talalay Dardashti, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Ra'anana: Ingrid Rockberger <email@example.com>
Schelly Talalay Dardashti