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Books, Books, Books!

 
 

Bring your book bag!

Date: 19 November 2022, PCGS November Monthly Meeting

Starting around 12:15 p.m. before the 1:00 p.m. meeting

Location: Truly Nolen Leadership Center 

 

We have a special opportunity at the November 19th PCGS Monthly Meeting. The Tucson Family History Center on Langley Avenue has spent some time cleaning out their duplicate and no longer needed genealogy books. They have generously offered to let our members have a look and see what books they might like to adopt. The books are almost all genealogy and family history related with just a few general history or other topics. 

 

The books will be available for you to peruse at the PCGS Monthly Meeting on 19 November 2022 before our meeting at the Truly Nolen Leadership Center.  Richard Gomez, the director of the Family History Center, will be bringing the 12 boxes of books over to our meeting site around noon so you should be able to take your pick after 12:15 p.m.

 

The books will only be available on this date and time. You must be present to get books. As you know, PCGS does not have a physical location in which to store books and other materials so any remaining books will be donated. We are excited to have this wonderful benefit for our members!


 

Pearl Harbor Commemoration

 
PCGS Opportunity: Pearl Harbor Commemoration 7 December 2022
 
Pearl Harbor Commemoration Ceremony
Date and Place: Wednesday, 7 December 2022
                          Ceremony:   UA Main Campus, USS Arizona Mall Memorial
                                                7 - 7:30 a.m. Gather starting at 6:45 a.m.
                          Coffee together after ceremony:  Woops! Bakeshop, 845 E University Blvd, Main Gate Square, Tucson
RSVP by 28 November 2022 so we can help UA Navy ROTC arrange for seating at the ceremony and Woops! Bakeshop make room for those joining us for coffee afterwards:
Linda Jewell at linda.jewell@icloud.com or (928) 202-2716
Please provide your name and how many people in your party will be attending (1) the ceremony and (2) coffee afterwards. You are welcome to attend if you are not able to RSVP in advance. Seats will be available for those who RSVP by 28 November 2022.  For more information use this LINK.


Volunteers Needed!

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Our Society runs on volunteers and we could really use an additional hand.  We have many opportunities for you to help - from one time assistance with a meeting, workshop, or seminar to working with or heading up a committee.  Please consider contributing your time and talents.  Our most critical areas of need are in Public Relations, Programs, and Google Help Desk.
 
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New Membership Benefit

You can now receive 10% off Professional Genealogy Research from Legacy Tree Genealogists.
Please go to the Members Only page and Select "Member Discounts" for the Link.
 


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PCGS General Meeting - NO MEETING THIS MONTH
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