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Beginning in September 2016 the Rochester Genealogical Society will hold its monthly Thursday evening member meetings at a new location. We are moving because we will have access to technology that better meets our needs.

The new location is The Clover Center, 1101 Clover Street, 14610.  The Clover Center, formerly known as the Baptist Temple, is near the convergence of Clover Street, East Avenue, and Highland Avenue.  The best entrance to the Center is from the blue doors, which is closest to the Highland Avenue entrance.  CIG, DIG, and Writers Group will continue at their current locations.

Further details about the move will be in our next issue of Hear Ye, Hear Ye.

Best regards,
Marilyn Privett, President

Upcoming meetings:

RGS General Meeting
Thursday - 15 September 2016

Short Program:   Introducing the Members Only Feature on the RGS Website
Presented by:   Jim Paprocki (see more)

Long Program:   Searching US Records for Your Immigrant Ancestor
Presented by:   Dennis Hogan


Computer Interest Group Meeting
7:30 pm Thursday, September 8, 2016


Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
1400 Westfall Rd., (Primary Room )
Rochester, NY 14618


DNA Interest Group
6:00 pm Thursday, September 8, 2016

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
1400 Westfall Rd., (Primary Room )
Rochester, NY 14618


Writers Group
7:00 pm Thursday, September 2016

Irondequoit Public Library, Irondequoit Bay Room
1290 Titus Avenue
Irondequoit, NY 14617

President's Message:

The Rochester Genealogical Society is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to helping our members improve their research skills and broaden their enjoyment of family history. Our regular monthly meetings feature two presentations by experienced genealogists.

Our Computer Interest Group provides internet and computer-related presentations with a heavy dose of problem solving for hardware and software difficulties.

If you are writing your family history – or would like to – our Writers Group can provide support and inspiration.

Our Church Records Preservation Committee is deeply involved in rescuing local area records from oblivion.

Our DNA Interest Group helps members with the ever-evolving use of DNA for genealogical purposes.

Our Educators Committee provides speakers for local groups on request.

Our meetings are open to the public. We invite you to join us.

-Marilyn Privett