We're starting off the new meeting season with a new time at a new place, so
mark your calendar.
The Jewish Genealogical Society of Broward County will hold its first meeting
of the season Wednesday, September 22, 2004, at the Soref Jewish Community
Center, 6501 West Sunrise Boulevard in Plantation. The meeting will begin at
2:00 p.m. The community center is between Florida's Turnpike and University
Drive on the north side of Sunrise Boulevard.
The society's opening program will set the tone for the rest of the
year---genealogy, genealogy, genealogy---having fun learning more about how to
find your roots.
Marty Shames, current society president; Bob Koltnow, immediate past
president; and Joyce Ben-Ezra, newly named to the program committee, will report
on the 24rd annual International Conference on Jewish Genealogy held in July in
Our resident expert panel will offer insights into the latest news about the
International Genealogical Society, the latest report about what's happening
in Israel, Jerusalem in particular, and the latest impressions about the
Don't miss this opportunity to explore a return to an old (for the society)
venue and a chance to get the newest information now circulating in the world
of Jewish Genealogy.
For additional information check out the Jewish Genealogical Society of
Broward County website at www.JGSBroward.org .
Elaine L. Kaplan, Secretary