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The USGenWeb Project News
Volume 4, Number 7
October 2007

Notes From the NC
By Tina Vickery, National Coordinator

PROMOTE and EDUCATE

As the USGenWeb Project enters our 12th year, we face many great possibilities! My hope as your National Coordinator, is to facilitate a greater presence among the genealogical community of the work that our many volunteers and contributors do to make -- the USGenWeb Project ... the Land of Free Genealogy!

Among the ideas is a "speakers bureau" of Project volunteers willing to speak on behalf of the Project, and to create a place on our national pages to promote that service to the genealogical community. I have seen such talent within the USGenWeb Project. PROMOTE!

There are also many individuals within and outside of the project that say, "I am teaching a class on the USGenWeb Project, can you help?" It is time for the Project to collaborate and provide a national page to provide resources to those that want to educate the genealogical community about our mission, goals, research techniques, and specific topics, with lesson plans, syllabuses etc. as it pertains to the work that we do. EDUCATE!

The time has come for us to come together to PROMOTE and EDUCATE!

I hope all of you will join me for a very exciting year with the USGenWeb Project!

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