Join us tonight at 6:00 p.m. SLT for our monthly Methodology discussion, hosted by the lovely Carolina Belle!
The March reading is “Analyzing Wills for Useful Clues” by Elizabeth Shown Mills, from OnBoard 1 (May 1995): 16. Read the article for free on the BCG website.
NOTE: We will meet tonight at Genie’s Gazebo at Relatively Curious, which is just up the hill from the Fire Pit. If you land at the Fire Pit, head up the stone path to find the gazebo. 🙂
Last night, our First Annual End-of-Summer BBQ and Dance was held at Just Genealogy/Relatively Curious. DJ Jaffee Gaffer entertained us with genealogy-themed tunes like “We Are Family,” and “Who Are You,” and there was plenty of good eats for all to enjoy. Although there was more dancing than eating – which is pretty typical for SL – I eventually managed to grab a hot dog. We had a great time dancing and chatting until it was time to wrap things up.
Our next party will be in December, so watch this blog for details!