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Stuck inside and looking for ways to chase away the
winter blahs? Join a great group and
help your fellow researchers!!
IAGenweb is looking for some talented folks who are
willing to coordinate a county website. County Coordinators serve as webmaster for their county site,
maintaining the webpages, and responding to questions and assisting visitors.
Prior experience with html is not required. If you are good with computer software, you
can probably learn html. We can provide
links to some free online html courses, if you'd like to give it a try.
Please consider volunteering, especially if you have
family ties to any of the counties listed below! These counties very much need the loving care
of a new coordinator:
OSCEOLA, SCOTT, LEE, GREENE, LYON, CHICKASAW, GUTHRIE,
DICKINSON, POTTAWATTAMIE, BLACK HAWK, ADAMS, JONES, DES MOINES, HARRISON,
O'BRIEN, MONTGOMERY & LINN
For further info or to volunteer, please contact the
IAGenweb Welcome Hostesses: welcome_to_iagenweb(a)iagenweb.org
Cheryl & Constance
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There is (or was) in a community in rural Mason City. The township had two words in the name, one of the words being lake, but it was not Clear Lake. Just found out a great-uncle lived (and probably died) there. Genealogy can be heartbreaking. Sorry answer is so vague, but I can find the answer tonight if you want to E-mail me. Doubt the community would be on a map, but you can try.
Just found it. Was called Lake Township. Found in in a 1940 census.
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