HRGS 2015 Genealogy Fair
Posted by hrgenealogy on May 10, 2015
The third annual HRGS Genealogy Fair on Saturday, April 4 at the Highlands Ranch/James H. LaRue Library was a great success. A good sized crowd stopped by to visit the booths and to attend classes and we gained thirteen new members. Welcome to all who have joined us!
We had two presentations: Barbara Fines Price gave her ever-popular “Beginning Genealogy” presentation, and HRGS member and professional genealogist Deena Coutant spoke about “Online Family Searching.” Thanks to both for a great presentation.
In addition to member genealogy displays, we had tables by local vendors who support genealogy research:
A Page is Turned: a local company helping genealogists and others preserve family memories.
DigiDeena Consulting: professional genealogy and technology assistance by HRGS member Deena Coutant ,
Novelist and HRGS member Elaine Tiffenbach, author of Threads of the Past: Stories of Pioneer Women and Their Quilts.
Mount Rosa and Piney Creek chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR).
Shaun Boyd: Douglas County Archivist.
Everyone who came by enjoyed this fun and educational event.
Next year’s fair will be Saturday, April 2nd. See you there!