Here are some pictures of the seminar room and a couple of the Association's hard working officers.
Jim Johnson, Program Director.
Fascinating historical maps. I almost bought one of Indian Oklahoma.
Chairman Glenda Bernard.
You would have enjoyed the seminar like those that attended did. Except for the trouble maker in the middle of the front row. (Me) The Old Prune Picker has slowly been loosing his hearing. I asked if the volume could be turned up. They did, but it did not help much. I also was feeling bad, catching a cold. Started coughing after lunch. Sat up coughing all night and had a two degree fever this morning. I feel terrible. Wonder if the cold hurt my hearing. I will be ok in a couple of days.
During the night I tuned in to Youtube and heard a couple of hours of Caroline lecturing on the use of the onenote computer software in genealogy. Good lectures. I heard them good.
I am sorry that I disturbed the class.