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Saturday, October 1
CCGS Board Meeting  (Meeting)
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Doris Wood Branch Library, 180 S. 3rd St, Batavia, OH, 45103 & Virtual Meeting
Open to all.
Come to the library to meet in person or request an emailed Zoom Invitation to meet via your telephone or device.
If you would like an invitation, please contact us by the day before the meeting at info@ccgsoh.org or by calling (513) 723-3423.


Saturday, October 1
OGS Website Presentation  (Program)
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Doris Wood Branch Library, 180 S. 3rd St, Batavia, OH, 45103 & Virtual Meeting
Presenter: Linda Swanson, OGS, Library Collections Manager
The Ohio Genealogical Society (OGS) is the largest state genealogy society in the U.S.  It’s the premier gateway for discovering Ohio family history roots.  Their Library, the Samuel D. Isaly Library, is Ohio’s top repository for Ohio genealogical information. 
The new OGS website is now in production, and   Linda Swanson will give us a presentation/training on it.
 Come to the library to meet in person or use the information in your emailed invitation to meet via your telephone or device.
CCGS members have been emailed an invitation and instructions. If you did not receive an email, and would like to attend, please contact us by the day before the meeting at info@ccgsoh.org or by calling (513) 723-3423.



Saturday, November 5
Navigating the Records from the War of 1812  (Program)
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Doris Wood Branch Library, 180 S. 3rd St, Batavia, OH, 45103 & Virtual Meeting
Presenter: Brian Rhinehart
From bounty land to pensions, there are no shortage of genealogical records for soldiers from The War of 1812. Learn why these records were created, how to make sense of them, and what those records can contain for your ancestors.
Brian Rhinehart is a professional genealogical researcher and speaker specializing in Civil War and War of 1812 research at the National Archives in Washington, DC. His web site is:  https://civilwarrecords.com/
 Come to the library to meet in person or use the information in your emailed invitation to meet via your telephone or device.
CCGS members will be emailed an invitation and instructions one week prior to the event. If you do not receive an email, and would like to attend, please contact us by the day before the meeting at info@ccgsoh.org or by calling (513) 723-3423.