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Thursday, August 5
What's New in Family Tree Maker?  (Class)
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Online - Zoom
Presented by Mark Olsen
 
Join us for a discussion and Q and A session to answer all your questions about Family Tree Maker, the latest version updates, features and more. We will also talk about FTM products - Charting Companion and Family Book Creator - both plug-ins that can help you create amazing charts, books, and even show you how to make additional finds with your DNA test results. This class is for all levels of genealogists whether you are just getting started or very experienced.
 
Mark Olsen is the Family Tree Maker Ambassador to historical and genealogical societies around the world working to support their members as they use Family Tree Maker. Mark is a graduate of Brigham Young University and holds a bachelor's degree in Family History with Spanish records emphasis. He has been working in the genealogy industry since 2007.
 
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Thursday, August 26
Colonial America  (Study Group)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Online - Zoom
Facilitated by Jim and Pam Caruso
 
This month we will discuss indentured servants and slavery in the Colonies, and difficult times for some American families.
 
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Wednesday, September 1
DNA Special Interest Group  (Study Group)
5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Online - Zoom
Facilitated by Chris Hansen
 
Join us for the first monthly meeting of the DNA Special Interest Group. Through the course of our study, we will learn about the latest DNA developments, testing options, tools to help you analyze your results and much more. Required text is Guide to DNA Testing and Genetic Genealogy by Blaine Bettinger. Please read the first chapter for the September meeting.
 
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Thursday, September 2
Resources of the Library of Virginia  (Class)
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Online - Zoom
Presented by Ashley Ramey
 
All genealogists and family historians know that all roads lead to Virginia. This presentation will provide an introduction to the Library of Virginia, an overview of key records to use when conducting genealogical research and genealogical resources available on Virginia Memory. 
 
Ashley Ramey is the Community Outreach Specialist for the Library of Virginia, where she coordinates the Library's genealogy workshop series, genealogy program and community outreach for the Library. 
Ashley graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) with a bachelor's degree in History with a concentration in early modern British history and colonial Virginia. She also received a  master's degree in History from VCU, with a concentration in early and colonial Virginia, African and Indigenous slavery and 19th and 20th century race relations in Virginia. Prior to working at the Library, she was the Site Coordinator of Preservation Virginia's John Marshall House.