Welcome to CAGGNI!

 

CAGGNI Proudly Presents...

Storytellers' Special Interest Group
 
With Marti Swanson
 
Saturday, March 14
10:30 - 12:30
Schaumburg Public Library

The March topic for the Storytellers’ group is “How I Met My Spouse”--OR “How My Parents Met” OR “How My Grandparents Met.”

Set the scene: When and where (include sensory details); who was present. Then tell about the “trigger,” the event which set in motion all that was to follow. If appropriate, tell about the first date and/or courtship as well. If you want, you can conclude with information about the wedding.

Bring three paper copies of your story to our meeting. We’ll read each other’s stories and offer suggestions (as well as praise) before we share our stories with our own families.  Storytellers are also invited to submit finished work to CAGGNI's Newsletter for publication.

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What's New in Technology

Saturday, March 21
10:30 AM
Arlington Heights Senior Center
by Ed Rosenthal

Ed Rosenthal will present his very popular annual survey of emerging technologies. Sharing of the insights he gains from keeping tabs on new developments in the computing and digital imaging scenes will provide us all with a glimpse of what new tools will soon be available to leverage in our favorite obsession—genealogy!
 
You won't want to miss this program.

 Notice: This meeting will be held at the 
Arlington Heights Senior Citizen Center 
1801 W. Central Road, Arlington Heights

 

 
 

Writer's Workshop
Presented by
Kate Thommes and Nancy Thomas

Saturday, March 8th
10:30 am

Schaumburg Township Public Library

Get inspired to get started writing about your family and the research you have accomplished. Tips will be given and time to begin writing will be offered.

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Upcoming events
Note: Monthly Meeting location will be confirmed 90 days in advance.

14 Mar 2015 10:30 AM • Schaumburg Public Library
21 Mar 2015 8:30 AM • Arlington Heights Senior Center
21 Mar 2015 8:45 AM • Arlington Heights Senior Center
21 Mar 2015 10:30 AM • Arlington Heights Senior Center
28 Mar 2015 • email to newsletter@caggni.org
11 Apr 2015 10:30 AM • Schaumburg Township District Library

 


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CAGGNI (The Computer Assisted Genealogy Group of Northern Illinois) is a group of amateur genealogists who are committed to using technology and the internet more effectively in support of their research activities. 

Monthly meeting topics cover a broad range of subjects of interest in supporting genealogical activities including software, tools, techniques and methodologies.  Additionally, monthly newsletters, support for both computer and genealogy issues and Internet surname exposure are among the benefits of membership. 

A variety of genealogy software packages are used by the membership. Popular software includes Family Tree Maker (FTM), Ancestry.com public member trees, Genii, Reunion, Personal Ancestral File (PAF), and The Master Genealogist (TMG).  We are also interested in personal websites, digital photography, handheld apps, and other ways to share our family histories.

For questions about the group, comments, and suggestions contact secretary@caggni.org To report problems with the website contact webmaster@caggni.org.


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