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easy ordering of SS-5s (original applications for Social Security numbers) #general

Renee Steinig
 

Chris Gould <oldandintheway9@yahoo.co.uk> asked for the best and
quickest way to order an copy of his great-aunt's original application
for a Social Security number (SS-5).

These documents can now be ordered online, using a credit card. See
the Social Security Administration's Guide to Freedom of Information
Requests at
<http://www.ssa.gov/foia/html/foia_guide.htm#Requests>.

Chris also asked whether the application will give any details on the
places of birth of his great-aunt's parents. An SS-5 includes the
applicant's birth place and his/her parents' names but no further
information about the parents. See two sample applications at
<http://www.sephardicstudies.org/records.html>.

Renee

Renee Stern Steinig
Dix Hills, New York, USA
genmaven@gmail.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen easy ordering of SS-5s (original applications for Social Security numbers) #general

Renee Steinig
 

Chris Gould <oldandintheway9@yahoo.co.uk> asked for the best and
quickest way to order an copy of his great-aunt's original application
for a Social Security number (SS-5).

These documents can now be ordered online, using a credit card. See
the Social Security Administration's Guide to Freedom of Information
Requests at
<http://www.ssa.gov/foia/html/foia_guide.htm#Requests>.

Chris also asked whether the application will give any details on the
places of birth of his great-aunt's parents. An SS-5 includes the
applicant's birth place and his/her parents' names but no further
information about the parents. See two sample applications at
<http://www.sephardicstudies.org/records.html>.

Renee

Renee Stern Steinig
Dix Hills, New York, USA
genmaven@gmail.com


Essex County (Massachusetts) Training School, 1910 #general

shirley@...
 

I just found a relative in the 1910 US Census. Rather than living
with his impoverished step mother, this 13 year old boy was living in
the Essex County Training School on Marston Street in Lawrence,
Massachusetts. Most of the fifty-some boys were aged 10-18, all were
'white'. They were listed as "pupils".

1. Was this a trade school for orphans or wards of the Court?

2. Was this a residential institution for 'at risk', truant or
incorrigible boys?

3. Who paid tuition?

4. Some pupils were also identified as 'inmates'. Why?

5. 'L' and 'O' were sometimes added in the body of the census sheet.
These are not margin notes. Any clue what those designations might
indicate?

6. Is there a way to learn how long the child was a resident, or when
he was initially enrolled?

I am hoping there are some kind and knowledgeable souls among you who
can help me find out more.

Shirley Ginzburg
Santa Cruz County, California

seeking: SHLUGER/SHLAGER Boston area and Ostrog/Shepetovka Ukraine


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Essex County (Massachusetts) Training School, 1910 #general

shirley@...
 

I just found a relative in the 1910 US Census. Rather than living
with his impoverished step mother, this 13 year old boy was living in
the Essex County Training School on Marston Street in Lawrence,
Massachusetts. Most of the fifty-some boys were aged 10-18, all were
'white'. They were listed as "pupils".

1. Was this a trade school for orphans or wards of the Court?

2. Was this a residential institution for 'at risk', truant or
incorrigible boys?

3. Who paid tuition?

4. Some pupils were also identified as 'inmates'. Why?

5. 'L' and 'O' were sometimes added in the body of the census sheet.
These are not margin notes. Any clue what those designations might
indicate?

6. Is there a way to learn how long the child was a resident, or when
he was initially enrolled?

I am hoping there are some kind and knowledgeable souls among you who
can help me find out more.

Shirley Ginzburg
Santa Cruz County, California

seeking: SHLUGER/SHLAGER Boston area and Ostrog/Shepetovka Ukraine


Misgheret ha sciulkhan #rabbinic

Jeff at SG
 

Menahem Azaria Meir Castelnuovo ben Malka of Livorno is the author of
"Misgheret ha sciulkhan". Has anyone seen this document or know of it?

Thank you.

Jeff Malka


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Misgheret ha sciulkhan #rabbinic

Jeff at SG
 

Menahem Azaria Meir Castelnuovo ben Malka of Livorno is the author of
"Misgheret ha sciulkhan". Has anyone seen this document or know of it?

Thank you.

Jeff Malka


Dina VAYNEROVICH (nee GELER), Vilna --> ? #latinamerica

Danielle Weiner <lovemom51@...>
 

I am new to the Latin America SIG but have been a member of the
LitvakSIG for several years. I have been unsuccessful thus far in
determining the fate of my grandmother, Dina VAYNEROVICH (nee GELER)
whose last known location was Vilna some time around 1920. Her
husband, Daniel Vaynerovich, with whom she had two sons, Kalman and
Isaak (died at three weeks of age), died in 1919. Kalman was my
father. It is believed that Dina left the family before the death
of her husband and may have remarried.

I have been unable to find any trace of her in Vilna records since
the birth of Isaak in 1912 and am starting to "cast a wider net" with
the possibility that she may have left Vilna for another country.

As many Eastern European Jews immigrated to South America, especially
Argentina I am told, I am posting this message with the hope that
someone may recognize these names.

Many thanks to you all,

Danielle Weiner
Dallas, TX

Searching for: VAYNEROVICH (WEINEROVITZ) in Butrimonys and
Vilnius, Lithuania; GELER >from Rudamina and Vilnius;
SCHULOWSKI >from Vilnius


Latin America #LatinAmerica Dina VAYNEROVICH (nee GELER), Vilna --> ? #latinamerica

Danielle Weiner <lovemom51@...>
 

I am new to the Latin America SIG but have been a member of the
LitvakSIG for several years. I have been unsuccessful thus far in
determining the fate of my grandmother, Dina VAYNEROVICH (nee GELER)
whose last known location was Vilna some time around 1920. Her
husband, Daniel Vaynerovich, with whom she had two sons, Kalman and
Isaak (died at three weeks of age), died in 1919. Kalman was my
father. It is believed that Dina left the family before the death
of her husband and may have remarried.

I have been unable to find any trace of her in Vilna records since
the birth of Isaak in 1912 and am starting to "cast a wider net" with
the possibility that she may have left Vilna for another country.

As many Eastern European Jews immigrated to South America, especially
Argentina I am told, I am posting this message with the hope that
someone may recognize these names.

Many thanks to you all,

Danielle Weiner
Dallas, TX

Searching for: VAYNEROVICH (WEINEROVITZ) in Butrimonys and
Vilnius, Lithuania; GELER >from Rudamina and Vilnius;
SCHULOWSKI >from Vilnius


Breaking News Re. Philly2009 #yizkorbooks

David Mink
 

We are very pleased to share the following good news with everyone.

1. All conference registrants staying at the Sheraton hotel will
receive complimentary internet access in their guest room. If you
have not yet made your hotel reservation, do so without delay to
take advantage of this great deal. Use the link at the conference
website (the Hotel Registration button) to do so.

2. Not only will the banquet include the announcement of the IAJGS
Achievement Awards, the wonderful entertainment by Yisrael Campbell,
but there will also be drawings for 3 prizes. Those prizes are 4
hours of research by the following individuals (and the country of
research): Jordan Auslander (U.S.); Michael Goldstein (Israel); and
Anthony Joseph (U.K). If you have not yet purchased your banquet(s),
be sure to do so before the deadline of July 19, 2009 (midnight U.S.
central time). Don't miss out on the fun way to end the hectic
conference week.

We thank Jordan, Michael, and Anthony for generously contributing
their professional time and expertise for these drawings.

We also encourage you to look at the list of breakfasts with experts,
SIG lunches, workshops and tours. Any one, or more of them, will
enhance your conference experience because they are certainly worth
attending. Make sure you purchase your ticket(s) for these events to
guarantee that you get a space.

One of the workshops is already full and we have added a repeat
performance (A second beginner/intermediate Family Tree Maker session
will be held on Thursday, August 6 >from 8:15 to 10:15 AM.)

The breakfast (Monday, August 3, 7 AM - 8 AM) with Miriam Weiner and
Olga Muzychuk, experts, is almost filled to capacity. Don't wait a
moment if you want to attend that breakfast.

The conference website is www.philly2009.org That is where you go to
register, update your registration and learn all about the great
things that will be going on there. Be sure to click on the various
buttons to find details.

See you in a month,

Anne Feder Lee and David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@philly2009.org


Yizkor Books #YizkorBooks Breaking News Re. Philly2009 #yizkorbooks

David Mink
 

We are very pleased to share the following good news with everyone.

1. All conference registrants staying at the Sheraton hotel will
receive complimentary internet access in their guest room. If you
have not yet made your hotel reservation, do so without delay to
take advantage of this great deal. Use the link at the conference
website (the Hotel Registration button) to do so.

2. Not only will the banquet include the announcement of the IAJGS
Achievement Awards, the wonderful entertainment by Yisrael Campbell,
but there will also be drawings for 3 prizes. Those prizes are 4
hours of research by the following individuals (and the country of
research): Jordan Auslander (U.S.); Michael Goldstein (Israel); and
Anthony Joseph (U.K). If you have not yet purchased your banquet(s),
be sure to do so before the deadline of July 19, 2009 (midnight U.S.
central time). Don't miss out on the fun way to end the hectic
conference week.

We thank Jordan, Michael, and Anthony for generously contributing
their professional time and expertise for these drawings.

We also encourage you to look at the list of breakfasts with experts,
SIG lunches, workshops and tours. Any one, or more of them, will
enhance your conference experience because they are certainly worth
attending. Make sure you purchase your ticket(s) for these events to
guarantee that you get a space.

One of the workshops is already full and we have added a repeat
performance (A second beginner/intermediate Family Tree Maker session
will be held on Thursday, August 6 >from 8:15 to 10:15 AM.)

The breakfast (Monday, August 3, 7 AM - 8 AM) with Miriam Weiner and
Olga Muzychuk, experts, is almost filled to capacity. Don't wait a
moment if you want to attend that breakfast.

The conference website is www.philly2009.org That is where you go to
register, update your registration and learn all about the great
things that will be going on there. Be sure to click on the various
buttons to find details.

See you in a month,

Anne Feder Lee and David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@philly2009.org


Breaking News Re. Philly2009 #latvia

David Mink
 

We are very pleased to share the following good news with everyone.

1. All conference registrants staying at the Sheraton hotel will
receive complimentary internet access in their guest room. If you
have not yet made your hotel reservation, do so without delay to
take advantage of this great deal. Use the link at the conference
website (the Hotel Registration button) to do so.

2. Not only will the banquet include the announcement of the IAJGS
Achievement Awards, the wonderful entertainment by Yisrael Campbell,
but there will also be drawings for 3 prizes. Those prizes are 4
hours of research by the following individuals (and the country of
research): Jordan Auslander (U.S.); Michael Goldstein (Israel); and
Anthony Joseph (U.K). If you have not yet purchased your banquet(s),
be sure to do so before the deadline of July 19, 2009 (midnight U.S.
central time). Don't miss out on the fun way to end the hectic
conference week.

We thank Jordan, Michael, and Anthony for generously contributing
their professional time and expertise for these drawings.

We also encourage you to look at the list of breakfasts with experts,
SIG lunches, workshops and tours. Any one, or more of them, will
enhance your conference experience because they are certainly worth
attending. Make sure you purchase your ticket(s) for these events to
guarantee that you get a space.

One of the workshops is already full and we have added a repeat
performance (A second beginner/intermediate Family Tree Maker session
will be held on Thursday, August 6 >from 8:15 to 10:15 AM.)

The breakfast (Monday, August 3, 7 AM - 8 AM) with Miriam Weiner and
Olga Muzychuk, experts, is almost filled to capacity. Don't wait a
moment if you want to attend that breakfast.

The conference website is www.philly2009.org That is where you go to
register, update your registration and learn all about the great
things that will be going on there. Be sure to click on the various
buttons to find details.

See you in a month,

Anne Feder Lee and David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@philly2009.org


Breaking News Re. Philly2009 #scandinavia

David Mink
 

We are very pleased to share the following good news with everyone.

1. All conference registrants staying at the Sheraton hotel will
receive complimentary internet access in their guest room. If you
have not yet made your hotel reservation, do so without delay to
take advantage of this great deal. Use the link at the conference
website (the Hotel Registration button) to do so.

2. Not only will the banquet include the announcement of the IAJGS
Achievement Awards, the wonderful entertainment by Yisrael Campbell,
but there will also be drawings for 3 prizes. Those prizes are 4
hours of research by the following individuals (and the country of
research): Jordan Auslander (U.S.); Michael Goldstein (Israel); and
Anthony Joseph (U.K). If you have not yet purchased your banquet(s),
be sure to do so before the deadline of July 19, 2009 (midnight U.S.
central time). Don't miss out on the fun way to end the hectic
conference week.

We thank Jordan, Michael, and Anthony for generously contributing
their professional time and expertise for these drawings.

We also encourage you to look at the list of breakfasts with experts,
SIG lunches, workshops and tours. Any one, or more of them, will
enhance your conference experience because they are certainly worth
attending. Make sure you purchase your ticket(s) for these events to
guarantee that you get a space.

One of the workshops is already full and we have added a repeat
performance (A second beginner/intermediate Family Tree Maker session
will be held on Thursday, August 6 >from 8:15 to 10:15 AM.)

The breakfast (Monday, August 3, 7 AM - 8 AM) with Miriam Weiner and
Olga Muzychuk, experts, is almost filled to capacity. Don't wait a
moment if you want to attend that breakfast.

The conference website is www.philly2009.org That is where you go to
register, update your registration and learn all about the great
things that will be going on there. Be sure to click on the various
buttons to find details.

See you in a month,

Anne Feder Lee and David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@philly2009.org


Latvia SIG #Latvia Breaking News Re. Philly2009 #latvia

David Mink
 

We are very pleased to share the following good news with everyone.

1. All conference registrants staying at the Sheraton hotel will
receive complimentary internet access in their guest room. If you
have not yet made your hotel reservation, do so without delay to
take advantage of this great deal. Use the link at the conference
website (the Hotel Registration button) to do so.

2. Not only will the banquet include the announcement of the IAJGS
Achievement Awards, the wonderful entertainment by Yisrael Campbell,
but there will also be drawings for 3 prizes. Those prizes are 4
hours of research by the following individuals (and the country of
research): Jordan Auslander (U.S.); Michael Goldstein (Israel); and
Anthony Joseph (U.K). If you have not yet purchased your banquet(s),
be sure to do so before the deadline of July 19, 2009 (midnight U.S.
central time). Don't miss out on the fun way to end the hectic
conference week.

We thank Jordan, Michael, and Anthony for generously contributing
their professional time and expertise for these drawings.

We also encourage you to look at the list of breakfasts with experts,
SIG lunches, workshops and tours. Any one, or more of them, will
enhance your conference experience because they are certainly worth
attending. Make sure you purchase your ticket(s) for these events to
guarantee that you get a space.

One of the workshops is already full and we have added a repeat
performance (A second beginner/intermediate Family Tree Maker session
will be held on Thursday, August 6 >from 8:15 to 10:15 AM.)

The breakfast (Monday, August 3, 7 AM - 8 AM) with Miriam Weiner and
Olga Muzychuk, experts, is almost filled to capacity. Don't wait a
moment if you want to attend that breakfast.

The conference website is www.philly2009.org That is where you go to
register, update your registration and learn all about the great
things that will be going on there. Be sure to click on the various
buttons to find details.

See you in a month,

Anne Feder Lee and David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@philly2009.org


Scandinavia SIG #Scandinavia Breaking News Re. Philly2009 #scandinavia

David Mink
 

We are very pleased to share the following good news with everyone.

1. All conference registrants staying at the Sheraton hotel will
receive complimentary internet access in their guest room. If you
have not yet made your hotel reservation, do so without delay to
take advantage of this great deal. Use the link at the conference
website (the Hotel Registration button) to do so.

2. Not only will the banquet include the announcement of the IAJGS
Achievement Awards, the wonderful entertainment by Yisrael Campbell,
but there will also be drawings for 3 prizes. Those prizes are 4
hours of research by the following individuals (and the country of
research): Jordan Auslander (U.S.); Michael Goldstein (Israel); and
Anthony Joseph (U.K). If you have not yet purchased your banquet(s),
be sure to do so before the deadline of July 19, 2009 (midnight U.S.
central time). Don't miss out on the fun way to end the hectic
conference week.

We thank Jordan, Michael, and Anthony for generously contributing
their professional time and expertise for these drawings.

We also encourage you to look at the list of breakfasts with experts,
SIG lunches, workshops and tours. Any one, or more of them, will
enhance your conference experience because they are certainly worth
attending. Make sure you purchase your ticket(s) for these events to
guarantee that you get a space.

One of the workshops is already full and we have added a repeat
performance (A second beginner/intermediate Family Tree Maker session
will be held on Thursday, August 6 >from 8:15 to 10:15 AM.)

The breakfast (Monday, August 3, 7 AM - 8 AM) with Miriam Weiner and
Olga Muzychuk, experts, is almost filled to capacity. Don't wait a
moment if you want to attend that breakfast.

The conference website is www.philly2009.org That is where you go to
register, update your registration and learn all about the great
things that will be going on there. Be sure to click on the various
buttons to find details.

See you in a month,

Anne Feder Lee and David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@philly2009.org


Breaking News Re. Philly2009 #unitedkingdom

bounce-1857224-785714@...
 

We are very pleased to share the following good news with everyone.

1. All conference registrants staying at the Sheraton hotel will
receive complimentary internet access in their guest room. If you
have not yet made your hotel reservation, do so without delay to
take advantage of this great deal. Use the link at the conference
website (the Hotel Registration button) to do so.

2. Not only will the banquet include the announcement of the IAJGS
Achievement Awards, the wonderful entertainment by Yisrael Campbell,
but there will also be drawings for 3 prizes. Those prizes are 4
hours of research by the following individuals (and the country of
research): Jordan Auslander (U.S.); Michael Goldstein (Israel); and
Anthony Joseph (U.K). If you have not yet purchased your banquet(s),
be sure to do so before the deadline of July 19, 2009 (midnight U.S.
central time). Don't miss out on the fun way to end the hectic
conference week.

We thank Jordan, Michael, and Anthony for generously contributing
their professional time and expertise for these drawings.

We also encourage you to look at the list of breakfasts with experts,
SIG lunches, workshops and tours. Any one, or more of them, will
enhance your conference experience because they are certainly worth
attending. Make sure you purchase your ticket(s) for these events to
guarantee that you get a space.

One of the workshops is already full and we have added a repeat
performance (A second beginner/intermediate Family Tree Maker session
will be held on Thursday, August 6 >from 8:15 to 10:15 AM.)

The breakfast (Monday, August 3, 7 AM - 8 AM) with Miriam Weiner and
Olga Muzychuk, experts, is almost filled to capacity. Don't wait a
moment if you want to attend that breakfast.

The conference website is www.philly2009.org That is where you go to
register, update your registration and learn all about the great
things that will be going on there. Be sure to click on the various
buttons to find details.

See you in a month,

Anne Feder Lee and David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@philly2009.org


Re: jcr-uk digest: June 30, 2009 - 3. WULFF, GODCHAUX and MOREL #unitedkingdom

bergville@...
 

< It is Fabien's understanding that her husband was a passenger on the
Titanic and did not survive. >

This website has a lot of details of Titanic passengers:

www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/titanic_passenger_list

If you have difficulty getting the pages to open, do a Google search for
Titanic Passenger Lists and then click on the link to the "cached" page for
the Encyclopedia Titanica website.

Beverly Bergman
Camberley UK


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Breaking News Re. Philly2009 #unitedkingdom

bounce-1857224-785714@...
 

We are very pleased to share the following good news with everyone.

1. All conference registrants staying at the Sheraton hotel will
receive complimentary internet access in their guest room. If you
have not yet made your hotel reservation, do so without delay to
take advantage of this great deal. Use the link at the conference
website (the Hotel Registration button) to do so.

2. Not only will the banquet include the announcement of the IAJGS
Achievement Awards, the wonderful entertainment by Yisrael Campbell,
but there will also be drawings for 3 prizes. Those prizes are 4
hours of research by the following individuals (and the country of
research): Jordan Auslander (U.S.); Michael Goldstein (Israel); and
Anthony Joseph (U.K). If you have not yet purchased your banquet(s),
be sure to do so before the deadline of July 19, 2009 (midnight U.S.
central time). Don't miss out on the fun way to end the hectic
conference week.

We thank Jordan, Michael, and Anthony for generously contributing
their professional time and expertise for these drawings.

We also encourage you to look at the list of breakfasts with experts,
SIG lunches, workshops and tours. Any one, or more of them, will
enhance your conference experience because they are certainly worth
attending. Make sure you purchase your ticket(s) for these events to
guarantee that you get a space.

One of the workshops is already full and we have added a repeat
performance (A second beginner/intermediate Family Tree Maker session
will be held on Thursday, August 6 >from 8:15 to 10:15 AM.)

The breakfast (Monday, August 3, 7 AM - 8 AM) with Miriam Weiner and
Olga Muzychuk, experts, is almost filled to capacity. Don't wait a
moment if you want to attend that breakfast.

The conference website is www.philly2009.org That is where you go to
register, update your registration and learn all about the great
things that will be going on there. Be sure to click on the various
buttons to find details.

See you in a month,

Anne Feder Lee and David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@philly2009.org


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Re: Re:jcr-uk digest: June 30, 2009 - 3. WULFF, GODCHAUX and MOREL #unitedkingdom

bergville@...
 

< It is Fabien's understanding that her husband was a passenger on the
Titanic and did not survive. >

This website has a lot of details of Titanic passengers:

www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/titanic_passenger_list

If you have difficulty getting the pages to open, do a Google search for
Titanic Passenger Lists and then click on the link to the "cached" page for
the Encyclopedia Titanica website.

Beverly Bergman
Camberley UK


IAJGS Conference Computer Training Workshops -- A Few Changes #unitedkingdom

bounce-1856759-785714@...
 

The Monday, August 3 Family Tree Maker for Beginners and Intermediate Users
computer workshop (sponsored by Ancestry.com and instructed by software
designer Duff Wilson) has been sold out and a waiting list had been created.
As a result of the great demand for this workshop, Duff has graciously
agreed to instruct a second beginner/intermediate Family Tree Maker session.
This session will be held on Thursday, August 6 >from 8:15 to 10:15 AM.

If you are already registered, sign up for this session now. The cost is
$25. Go to Registration Update at
http://www.philly2009.org/registration_update.cfm and update your "Optional
Programs." The session code is Th-38.

In addition, the Family Tree Builder 3.0 - Advanced Computer Training
Workshop (Family Tree Builder is an online genealogy program with no
connection to Family Tree Maker) originally scheduled for Thursday, August 6
from 2:00 to 4:00 PM has been canceled.
There is still a Family Tree Builder 3.0 - Basic Workshop scheduled for
Sunday >from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM. You can sign up for this through
Registration Update.

There are also thirteen other Computer Training Workshops. For a listing of
these, go to our Program at http://www.philly2009.org/program.cfm and search
by selecting "Computer Training Workshops" >from the "Session Topic" pop-up
menu. Space is limited to 25 per workshop, so please register soon.

Online registration for all optional programs closes at Sunday, July 19 at
11:59 pm US central time.

If you are not yet registered to attend the Conference, what are you waiting
for ???

See you in Philadelphia in about a month.

Mark Halpern
Program Co-Chair


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom IAJGS Conference Computer Training Workshops -- A Few Changes #unitedkingdom

bounce-1856759-785714@...
 

The Monday, August 3 Family Tree Maker for Beginners and Intermediate Users
computer workshop (sponsored by Ancestry.com and instructed by software
designer Duff Wilson) has been sold out and a waiting list had been created.
As a result of the great demand for this workshop, Duff has graciously
agreed to instruct a second beginner/intermediate Family Tree Maker session.
This session will be held on Thursday, August 6 >from 8:15 to 10:15 AM.

If you are already registered, sign up for this session now. The cost is
$25. Go to Registration Update at
http://www.philly2009.org/registration_update.cfm and update your "Optional
Programs." The session code is Th-38.

In addition, the Family Tree Builder 3.0 - Advanced Computer Training
Workshop (Family Tree Builder is an online genealogy program with no
connection to Family Tree Maker) originally scheduled for Thursday, August 6
from 2:00 to 4:00 PM has been canceled.
There is still a Family Tree Builder 3.0 - Basic Workshop scheduled for
Sunday >from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM. You can sign up for this through
Registration Update.

There are also thirteen other Computer Training Workshops. For a listing of
these, go to our Program at http://www.philly2009.org/program.cfm and search
by selecting "Computer Training Workshops" >from the "Session Topic" pop-up
menu. Space is limited to 25 per workshop, so please register soon.

Online registration for all optional programs closes at Sunday, July 19 at
11:59 pm US central time.

If you are not yet registered to attend the Conference, what are you waiting
for ???

See you in Philadelphia in about a month.

Mark Halpern
Program Co-Chair