COMPUTER GENEALOGY SOCIETY of LONG ISLAND
Aims or Purpose of Group
The Computer Genealogy Society of Long Island is dedicated to expanding and teaching the correct use of the computer and the Internet as an indispensable tool in genealogical research.
Service, Resources, or Benefits Provided to Members
The Computer Genealogy Society of Long Island holds informative monthly meetings on topics of value to computer users or prospective users. Members exchange information, tips and techniques on the use of computer programs and the Internet sites of interest to genealogists. The Society provides a forum to learn about and discuss current technologies for new and experienced users.
Normal Meeting Schedule (Please confirm before attending since schedules do change.)
Meetings are normally open to the public. There is no charge for guests or non-members.
Meetings are normally held:
Fourth Thursday of month, Sept. - June, at 7:30 P.M.
(Nov. and Dec. meetings are usually rescheduled to avoid holiday conflicts.)
Family History Center
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
160 Washington Avenue, Plainview, NY
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Membership Officer: Walter Kehoe
Web Site Located at: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~cgsli/
E-Mail Inquiries: walterjvk @ gmail.com
Telephone Inquiries: (516) 921-0841
Mailing Address: 31 Beatrice Ave, Syosset, NY 11791
Membership year begins January 1.
Annual dues: $15.00
The organization was founded in 1994.
President: Walter Kehoe