2nd and 4th Wednesdays through August 6:30 (q&a); 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.; Room 118
In this session, you will uncover more of your family history through building your skills in finding challenging information, such as finding females in your family tree, methods of tracing your 17th century ancestors, and inferential genealogy. Inferential genealogy is the ability to accurately deduce ancestors’ identities and many aspects of their lives by digging below “surface information” in genealogical records and combining information from several sources. All levels of skill are welcomed. 30 minutes prior to class, the instructor (and the class) will answer and assist with any family history questions. Come by any week. Led by Rob Meinert. Register Now
“A Night Out” is a ministry that centers around food and fellowship. There are currently five groups dining together (one women’s group and four couples’ groups) and we are ready to launch a fifth couples’ group.
Adults of all ages are encouraged to find a dinner group and/or act as a host and embark on a journey where new foods are discovered and new friendships are formed. Some dinners are one-time events and others will be ongoing. Venues can be St. Louis area restaurants and/or members’ homes. For more information, contact Trish Gunby, gunbyfamily(at)charter.net, 636-230-5597.