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Where Ol’ Dogs Learn New Tricks!

With the 2011 New Year just a few hours away I’m excited to be creating my wish list, going over my goals, and working on all the 2011 Expos, the place where ol’ dogs learn new tricks and young puppies learn old ones. I have Expos on the brain and with all the snow outside I don’t have much motivation to ride my bike. Lucky you! Happy New Year “all ya’all!” My top wish is that together we will experience a healthy and prosperous New Year, with peace and harmony... Read More →

Weekly Tip: The Music of the Holidays

Image Courtesy Holiday music can be heard everywhere starting in November and carrying through January. For many people, listening to holiday favorites and going to musical recitals and concerts is a major part of the holiday season. What music is a part of your holiday? What about your ancestors? Most of us are familiar with the holiday classics, but what about other songs that may have been sung in years past? The Archive of Popular American Music is from the University... Read More →

Family History Expos, Inc. Newsletter December 2010

Greetings from Family History Expos! As the end of the year comes into view we have so much to be grateful for. Number one being you our loyal friends and customers. I know I speak for the whole Family History Expos team when I say thank you and may God bless you and yours as we approach the New Year. We have experienced some amazing challenges this year, one being the total loss of our website in February, we quickly setup a temporary site and began to rebuild from the ground up.  We are pleased... Read More →

Weekly Tip: Christmas Cards

By Gena Philibert Ortega I have a  confession. I love Christmas cards. I honestly look forward to receiving them each year. They are such a wonderful part of the season, getting to hear from family and friends that you normally don’t hear from enough. I like the ones that are simply signed and I love the newsy Christmas letters. To me they are a vital part of the season. If you were to ask me about Christmas memories, one of my most cherished is reading Christmas cards. One of the... Read More →

Weekly Tip: Writing Your Christmas Memories

By Gena Philibert Ortega One of the best gifts we can give our family is our own memories. As genealogists we concentrate so much on researching the lives of our dead family members that we forget about capturing our own memories. Our descendents will be curious about our lives just as we are about those who came before us. Even if we have great intentions for leaving behind our own memories, it can be difficult to get started writing. Luckily, there is help in the form of writing prompts. Many of... Read More →

Meet the 2011 Arizona Family History Expo Bloggers of Honor

* We are pleased to announce the Bloggers of Honor for the Arizona Family History Expo, January 21-22, 2011. * Our Bloggers of Honor provide information and updates about the Expo to members of the genealogy community. They help us make each Expo a virtual event by sharing on Twitter, Facebook and blogs about the sessions, Expo news, exhibitors and more. If you’re attending the Expo, stop by the bloggers area in the Exhibit Hall and meet our Bloggers of Honor. They’re a great group! * 2011... Read More →