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July Picnic
Wednesday, July 20
July Picnic  (Event)
5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Tinkling Spring Presbyterian Church, Fishersville, VA
Plan to join us for our annual summer social and picnic when we meet at one of the oldest Presbyterian Churches in Augusta County.  We will meet in the Fellowship Hall. Plan to bring a side dish or dessert, along with an "antique" tablecloth for our dining tables. ACGS will provide fried chicken, pork barbecue, and beverages. We will be serenaded by local musicians, the Gypsy Hill Ramblers. 



August Membership Meeting
Wednesday, August 17
August Membership Meeting  (Event)
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Augusta County Library, Fishersville, - Lower Level
Join us for our August Membership Meeting - in person or via ZOOM.  Watch this space for the speaker and topic - to be announced soon.



Roundtable Discussion - GEDMatch DNA Matching
Saturday, September 10
Roundtable Discussion - GEDMatch DNA Matching  (Event)
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Augusta County Library, Fishersville, - Lower Level
We are happy to be able to offer our Genealogy Roundtable Discussions again.  Open to anyone interested in learning about DNA Matching for genealogists.  Join us for this two-hour session facilitated by ACGS member, Dolores Duncan. Dolores will help participants understand their DNA test results and how to match their results with others. 


September Membership Meeting
Wednesday, September 21
September Membership Meeting  (Event)
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Augusta County Library Fishersville - or via ZOOM
Join us for our regularly scheduled September Membership Meeting, Featured speaker will be Trenton Hizer, Archivist with the Library of Virginia. Mr. Hizer will be speaking on "Genealogical Gems in Augusta County Private Papers" His talk will focus on research in the Library of Virginia's private papers collections that can help researchers discover information that might be missing from the public record and can add flesh and bones to the names and dates that they find in those public records.