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Fall's cool temperatures and beautiful colors, football and genealogy! What
more can you ask for at this time of the year!?! Here at IAGenWeb
http://iagenweb.org/ we have a great "team" of orphan counties just
waiting for someone to help them cross that goal line for a touch down! Our
"team" (Adams, Clinton, Greene, Guthrie, Ida, Jackson, Jones, Linn, Lyon,
Mahaska, Poweshiek and Sac) comes in all sizes, strengths and they cross the
State of Iowa. They all want and need a new 'coach' with that Iowa winning
So if you have a connection to Iowa and want to be a part of a winning team,
check out our "special team" and chose the member you feel you can be the
big winner with, that you can bring across the goal line. Once you decide
on that 'member' then contact the Welcome Hostess at
welcome_to_iagenweb(a)iagenweb.org and let us know you are interested and
would like more information on what it takes to become a CC of this IAGenWeb
great team. We will be happy to send you the information and answer your
We look forward to hearing from you!
Constance & Kris
Welcome Hostess welcome_to@iagenweb(a)iagenweb.org
Dickinson County, Iowa Genealogy Group
Welcome! This is the former Rootsweb list, IADICKIN. We'll be discussing the history and genealogy of Dickinson County, Iowa including the surrounding region of northwestern Iowa and south central Minnesota.
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