Regular meetings are the second Tuesday of the Month at 7 p.m. at Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Route 64 near Mill Hall.
All are welcome; program usually accompanied by
short business meeting, open to all
June 12th meeting:
Program presentation by Chuck Sweeney of the Sugar Valley Historical society on the recognition of the 100th anniversary of the tragic Loganton fire that occurred June 20, 1918, when three fourths of the borough was destroyed.
For the July 10th meeting:
The Clinton County Genealogical speaker for Tuesday July 10, at 7:00 pm will be Martin Hula. The presentation is on the life in a coal mining town in the early twentieth century. Martin demonstrates and discusses various pieces of equipment that were necessary for the coal miners, plus he also shows objects his mother used in the house. He has written and published three novels, The Coal Picker, Soul of a Fool and My Patch of Bitter Earth. These can be purchased at his presentation or through Amazon.com in either the ebook or paperback.
The Clinton County Genealogical Society is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization which exists to help the public research their family history. It is not affiliated with any religious organization and invites the public to attend its meetings which are usually held on the second Tuesday of each month at the LDS Church location. The public is always welcome.
April 11 - Jonathan Stayer of the Pennsylvania Archives in Harrisburg will speak about the Archives and its records that are of use to the family historian.
Will post future speakers as they are scheduled.
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