Posts tagged: Newsletters

eNews March 2013

By , March 3, 2013

DOGS News

The March newsletter has been published and shared with our members and is now posted to the website. You can find updates on all D-OGS events including upcoming meetings and minutes from past meetings, tips and tricks for doing your family history research, events going on in North Carolina and throughout the United States, and queries that have been submitted by folks looking for ancestors in Durham and Orange County, just to name a few.

Check it out!

March Newsletter

January 2013 Newsletter is now available!

By , January 14, 2013

The January 2013 newsletter has been published and shared with our members and is now posted to the website.  You can find updates on all D-OGS events including upcoming meetings and minutes from past meetings, tips and tricks for doing your family history research, events going on in North Carolina and throughout the United States, and queries that have been submitted by folks looking for ancestors in Durham and Orange County, just to name a few.

Check it out!

January Newsletter

 

eNews December 2012

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By , December 6, 2012

 

The December newsletter has been published and shared with our members and is now posted to the website.  You can find updates on all D-OGS events including upcoming meetings and minutes from past meetings, tips and tricks for doing your family history research, events going on in North Carolina and throughout the United States, and queries that have been submitted by folks looking for ancestors in Durham and Orange County, just to name a few.

Check it out!

December Newsletter

January 2012 Newsletter is now posted

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By , January 3, 2012

The January newsletter is now posted to the website. Check it out!

January Newsletter

eNews December 2011

By , November 21, 2011

The December newsletter is now posted to the website. Check it out!

December Newsletter

May 2011 Newsletter is now posted

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By , April 27, 2011

Many thanks to Richard for compiling another newsletter for May! Please visit the newsletter page to view and print the newsletter for May here.

Back Issues of 2009 Newsletters now online

By , April 21, 2011

DOGS News

Back issues of the 2009 newsletters have been uploaded to the website are now available online for you to view and/or download

Click here to View Newsletters

April 2011 Newsletter is now posted

By , April 19, 2011

The April 2011 Newsletter is now posted to the website.

In this month’s edition you will find information about the National Genealogical Society’s upcoming Genealogy Conference in Charleston from May 11-14th, Information about new discoveries from DNA testing in the Pugh family, Breakthroughs that you can have using the new Mocavo.com Search Engine, upcoming Preservation Webinar with Maureen Taylor sponsored by the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, the Civil War Roundtable at Bennett Place, and Duke Homestead’s community yard sale and lots more!

Check it out today! – April 2011 Newsletter

eNews February 2011

By , February 23, 2011

The February 2011 issue of the eNews has been published and is now available to view. The eNews features timely information about the Durham-Orange Genealogical Society and our upcoming events. Each edition also includes Meeting Minutes, Genealogical Queries, and articles related to genealogy.

D-OGS Website Featured on Taneya’s Genealogy Blog

By , August 16, 2010

The Federation of Genealogical Societies’ Annual Conference is going on this week in Knoxville, Tennessee. For those of us who aren’t able to attend the conference, Taneya offers several suggestions on what local genealogical societies can do to increase membership, attendance, and participation through technology and social networking.

In her blog post FGS and Genealogy Publishing 2.0, Taneya mentions our own D-OGS website as an example of a genealogical society that publishes their newsletter online as well as our quarterly journal, The Trading Path.

I think we are half way there to achieving her vision of how a genealogical society should be represented on the web. Our newsletter is online in both html and PDF formats. Our journal is also online to dues paying members in our members only section of the website. I hope to have a table of contents and an index of our journal available to our website patrons in the near future so they can get a taste of what we have to offer.

Comments, suggestions, or questions??? Feel free to reply below.

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