|Romanian events at the IAJGS Conference||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Barbara Hershey (barbara.hersheycomcast.net)|
|Date: Fri, 26 Jul 2019 10:20:17 -0700 (PDT)|
Time is almost here for the IAJGS Conference in Cleveland. I’d like to point out a few sessions of interest to those with Romanian ancestry. The JewishGen Romania SIG will have some events at the IAJGS conference that I hope will interest you. SHARE Fair Sunday from 11:30-2:30 in Hope A B and C: Please stop by to say hello and to have the opportunity to speak with members of the SIG leadership team to learn more about what the SIG offers to genealogists. We welcome your questions and participation. ROM Sig Meeting from 3:15 – 4:30 on Monday in Center Street C. Michael Moritz will speak about the major Iasi project underway and his experiences to date. There will be ample opportunity for questions, comments and opportunities to let us know of your research interests. We will offer several volunteer opportunities and will speak of the status of our other projects. A second meeting, listed as the Jewishgen ROM Sig Board Meeting is really not a board meeting (we don’t have a board) but an opportunity for follow-up to any items from the first meeting, to continue discussion and meet people who were unable to make the first meeting. That is scheduled on Tuesday at 1:45 in room Center Street B. On Thursday, at 4:45 in Center Street D, Teven Laxer has a program “Eyewitnesses to the Shoah Highlight Search for Family in Three Countries” that includes his experiences in Romania doing personal research and encountering eyewitnesses to the events relevant to his history. While not specifically a Romanian discussion, he anticipates that it would be of great interest to those researching Romania. You are also invited to work on KehilaLinks pages commemorating your family’s Jewish communities. Their history and way of life should be recorded, preserved and memorialized for future generations. The KehilaLinks BOF on Thursday from 1:45 in Veterans A will be time to hear from others and to ask questions about creating or adding to pages for your communities. Barbara Ellman is the technical coordinator for KehilaLinks and will chair this session. From that team, if you do not have the “…necessary technical skills we have a team of dedicated volunteers who will create a webpage with the material provided.” Welcome and enjoy the conference! Barbara Hershey Co-Coordinator of the Jewishgen ROM Sig Researching in Romania, Iasi area, HERSCOVICI, HAIMOVICI and LOWENTHAL
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