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Greater Omaha Genealogy Society presents:
7:00 PM Crown Point Retirement Center 2820 S 80 St, Omaha, NE Guests are
"The Irish in Nebraska" Sorry, no green beer, but I understand they're
getting a cake decorated for St. Patrick's day.
April 21st: We will hear from the new library director in Omaha and hear
what he envisions for the library system here. (And what he is
willing/able to do for the area genealogists).
Don't forget our all day conference on April 10th, with another genealogy
professor from BYU. Download a flyer at _www.gogsmembers.wordpress.com_
(http://www.gogsmembers.wordpress.com) if you didn't get one in the mail.
There's still time to get your reservation in at the early bird price.
Also, we've added more names to the _www.Sarpymarriages.wordpress.com_
(http://www.Sarpymarriages.wordpress.com) site and to the
_www.Omahamarriages.wordpress.com_ (http://www.Omahamarriages.wordpress.com) site in the last
couple days. It's worth checking both places if you can't find your folks
in their home county, as many, many people travel to other counties to