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May 26, 2024
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Getting the Most Out of Find A Grave

The website findagrave.com is a valuable genealogical resource. The site is continually being updated with new features and options. In addition to the newest features, come learn how to navigate the Find A Grave website, search for your ancestors’ memorials, create memorials for your loved ones, and connect memorials of family members.

Instructor Rich Miles is a retired educator from the Medford School District. He has 33 years of education experience as a teacher, university instructor, principal, and administrator. Rich has done genealogy work for about 15 years with an emphasis on technology. He currently serves as the Technology & Data Management Director and webmaster for the Rogue Valley Genealogical Society, and regularly teaches classes.

Cost: $10 for RVGS Members, $20 for non-members. Attendees may attend in person at the RVGS Library or via Zoom. Register at: registration@rvgslibrary.org.

Registration closes Tuesday, June 4, at noon. This class will be recorded and made available to those who registered for 30 days.

Date & Time:

June 5 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Cost:

$10 – $20

Rogue Valley Genealogical Society

3405 S. Pacific Hwy
Medford, 97501

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