I want to thank the members of the Family History Society of Arizona (FHSA) for their hospitality on Saturday. I had an opportunity to make three presentations to this group and I enjoyed it. I think most of the audience members did as well.
The Family History Society of Arizona offers similar seminars with guest speakers every year, typically in March. This year's event was held in Tempe, a suburb of Phoenix. If you live in or near the greater Phoenix area, you might enjoy these seminars. It is too early right now to talk of next year's event but you might want to check the FHSA web site at http://www.fhsa.org/ about six or eight months from now to see what is planned for 2012. You might want to bookmark that site right now.
Of course, a trip to the greater Phoenix area in March is a treat for those of us who live in the northern (frozen) climates. I left my heavy coat at home and enjoyed the sunshine of Arizona. Temperatures were in the high seventies or low eighties every day when I was in the Phoenix area. I have a flight home scheduled for this afternoon.
My thanks to program chair Susi Fathauer and the many others who worked to present this event. I'm afraid I didn't get everyone's name, so I cannot mention them all; but, they obviously did a great job.
Would you like to attend one of the sessions where I am speaking? I am planning to speak in several states and in England in the next few months. To see my schedule of future presentations, go to this newsletter's web site at http://www.eogn.com and look at the menu items in the right-most column on that page. Scroll down quite a bit until you find the section labeled, "Meet Dick Eastman in Person." That is a list of genealogy events I am attending. I am not speaking at all of them, but will do so at many of the listed events.