I must say I had a great time on Saturday making presentations to an enthusiastic genealogy group at the Patchogue-Medford Library on Long Island, New York. This group not only laughed at my jokes, they also asked some good questions! I felt very much "at home" with these folks.
My special thanks to the library's genealogy specialist, Toni Raptis, for putting the program together and chasing down the myriad of details required. The entire event seemed to go off without a hitch. I know that's because of Toni's hard work.
If you are within driving distance of Patchogue, you might want to attend some of the future genealogy sessions planned. Toni hosts these sessions most every month. Marie Scalisi will be speaking on Land and Other Court Records on Saturday, May 19, 2012 while Judy Russell, the Legal Genealogist, will be speaking on How Knowing The Law Makes Us Better Genealogists on Saturday, June 23, 2012.
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