Sunday, May 13, 2007

Steve Danko reports on Eastman seminar

At least one Genea-blogger was at the CGSSD/SDGS seminar in San Diego on Saturday featuring Dick Eastman.

Steve Danko flew in for one day and reported on it at A wonderful report - informative and timely. It sounds like it was a successful and well-attended event.

I'm sad that I missed it, but now I'm wondering if I couldn't do a similar thing going to the Bay area - I could time a visit with a seminar like this while seeing my daughter's family. Where there's a will, there's a way!

I'm wondering if there is a genealogy web site that tracks Bay Area genealogy events the way CGSSD does for San Diego at If so, please let me know!

By the way, if you want to see original records of a researcher's family history, go visit Steve's blog at . He posts a record every day, and it is a blend of American and Eastern European records for his family. It's extremely well done and has earned Steve a fine reputation. I read his blog every day (using Bloglines).

1 comment:

Kathryn Doyle said...

Hi Randy,

Steve Danko stepped in to fill the void himself. He has begun publishing a San Francisco Bay Area Genealogy Calendar on the first of each month on his blog.