Press Release 9/4/2019 – Beginning Genealogy Research Class Series

Local genealogist, Dora Gay Anderson, will conduct a free six-week genealogy class—”Beginning Genealogy Research”—starting Tuesday September 10 at the Alamosa Public Library.

The class will meet each Tuesday at 5:15 p.m. for six weeks. These are progressive classes so it is important to not miss the first class. Bring names, dates of births, marriages and deaths, and the places where these events happened for your parents and grandparents.

Electronic devices welcome, but not required. Individual help will be available. This free course is open to the public interested in genealogy research. Space is limited to eight students, so please call (719) 589-6592 to reserve a seat.

For further questions, contact Dora Gay Anderson:


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