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    Cost of Annual Membership: Individual: $15.00 Family: $20.00; Organization: $25.00 Read More
  • Meetings

    Meetings are held from 7:00pm to 9:00pm at the American Legion Post #129, 22 Elm Street, Gardner, MA 01440 Read More
  • Publications

    Members of CMGS have compiled several publications. Read More
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Date: April 24, 2018

"Displaying Your Genealogy Research"

NOTE:  Due to a booking error, this meeting will be held in the larger room in the lower level of the Legion

Speaker:  CMGS Members

 Creative ways of sharing genealogy research. Notebooks belonging to Louise Cordon as well as other CMGS members will share the different ways they display their genealogy research to encourage interest of family members.

  • Displaying Your Genealogy Research
  • Genealogy Holdings in the Boston Public Library
  • Annual Dinner Meeting
  • An Afternoon of Genealogy in Gardner

 

Date: April 24, 2018

"Displaying Your Genealogy Research"

NOTE:  Due to a booking error, this meeting will be held in the larger room in the lower level of the Legion

Speaker:  CMGS Members

 Creative ways of sharing genealogy research. Notebooks belonging to Louise Cordon as well as other CMGS members will share the different ways they display their genealogy research to encourage interest of family members.

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Date: May 22, 2018

"Genealogy Holdings in the Boston Public Library"

Speakers:  Linda McIver and Charlene Sokal

 

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Date:  June 26, 2018

Annual Dinner Meeting

"Follow the Cannon:  Clara Barton's Civil War Letters"

Clara Barton as portrayed by Lynne McKenney Lydick

Clarissa Harlow Barton, Clara, born on Christmas Day, 1821, in North Oxford, Massachusetts, earned the name Angel of the Battlefield for her limitless courageous and unfailing spirit in bringing supplies to the battlefields of the Civil War.

Armed with medicinal supplies, clothing and food she saved the lives of countless soldiers on both sides who would have perished without her. With her phenomenal organizational skills, her determination to be of full use in the war, her boundless energy and perseverance, she gained the trust and respect of soldiers, battlefield surgeons, generals and politicians alike.

Join Lynne McKenney Lydick as she brings this inspirational woman to life!

 

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Saturday, August 11, 2018

1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

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