Even as the Ohio Genealogical Society is putting the finishing touches on its 2014 Annual Conference — 30 Apr-3 May, 2014, at Kalahari Resorts, Sandusky, Ohio — it is announcing the keynoter and venue for the 2015 Annual Conference. The following news release was issued yesterday by the event’s co-chairs Deb Deal and Kay Hudson:
2015 Conference Report
Deb Deal & Kay Hudson
25 January 2014
Sheraton Hotels & Resorts
75 East State Street
The 2011 OGS conference was held in this hotel, then called the Hyatt on Capitol Square. It has
been totally redone by Sheraton. The former City Center Mall is gone and in its place is a
beautiful park surrounded by little shops and eateries. We hope to take advantage of the 1 ½
block proximity of the Columbus Public Library. Attendees will benefit from free wifi and
parking for hotel guests.
Judy G. Russell, The Legal Genealogist
A Certified Genealogist,SM, and Certified Genealogical Lecturer, SM, with a law degree, The Legal Genealogist Judy G. Russell is a lecturer, educator, and writer who enjoys helping others understand a wide variety of genealogical issues, including the interplay between genealogy and the law.
Visit her website and read her blog at: http://www.legalgenealogist.com/
Note: The dates for the event weren’t included in this announcement, but they are April 9-11.
I will be looking forward to this event, even as I put the finishing touches on my presentations on the program for the 2014 conference. Judy Russell is an entertaining lecturer. I have enjoyed — and learned from — all her lectures that I have attended. And I have found visiting her website to be worthwhile also.
BTW, my presentations at the 2014 OGS Conference are as follow: A two-hour workshop on “Rounding Up Records of Relatives in Ohio’s Western Reserve,” on Wednesday afternoon, and a lecture, “Searching for Your Scandanavian/Nordic Roots,” on Saturday morning at 10:15. Will I see you there?