Thursday, March 29, 2012

FGS Radio: High Touch: Keeping Connected to Your Society Members


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Saturday, March 31, 2012
2-3pm Eastern US
1-2pm Central US
12-1pm Mountain US
11am-12pm Pacific US

Join us for the next episode of FGS Radio - My Society, an Internet radio show on Blog talk Radio presented by the Federation of Genealogical Societies.

This week’s episode hosted by Drew Smith is entitled High Touch: Keeping Connected to Your Society Members. Our guest will be Pam Treme, editor of Florida Lines, the newsletter for the Florida State Genealogical Society. Pam and Drew will be talking about websites, newsletters, phone trees, and any other ways that societies can keep their members feeling informed and connected. Last week’s episode ran long, so we’ll once again be featuring FGS member society, Northern Arizona Genealogical Society, in our weekly Society Spotlight feature.

Tune in to FGS Radio – My Society each week to learn more about genealogy societies and join in a discussion of the issues impacting the genealogical community.

Guest: Pam Treme

Pam Treme lives in Land O Lakes, Florida and works as a technical writer for a world-wide telecommunications company. She is a frequent contributor to genealogical journals in Florida and Illinois. In addition, she has had articles published in many other genealogical publications and newsletters. Pam also blogs about technology and her family research project. She is the editor of Florida Lines, the newsletter for the Florida State Genealogical Society. She is also on the board of the Florida Genealogical Society of Tampa.

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Society Spotlight

This week's Society Spotlight features the Northern Arizona Genealogical Society.

Join Us Each Saturday Afternoon at FGS Radio

Tune in to FGS Radio – My Society each week to learn more about genealogy societies and join in a discussion of the issues impacting the genealogical community.

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