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WE ARE GOING TO AMERICA!
Free and Open to the Public. Since the 16th century, people have chosen to relocate to North America. The October 12, 2019 NCIGS session will provide: why, numbers, locales, plus response to the newcomers. Expect to learn of family stories such as: ship travel length, subsequent relocation, document information and nationality clusters. A starting location 4,000-5,000 miles to a new place to live and work! Saturday, October 12 @1:30 pm at the Clear Lake Public Library!
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3 months ago

Ann Lang Robison

Can someone tell me the regular hours for the public to visit the Society's new library at the Masonic lodge?? I may have missed it, but couldn't find it on the website. Thanks! ...

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September 14, 2019 – 1:30 p.m.

Lower Level Meeting Room

Clear Lake Public Library

200 N 4th St, Clear Lake, IA 50428

Free and Open to the Public



Who is going to write your obituary? Do they really know you and what you did 60, 70 or 80 years ago? Have you considered writing your own obituary? Come and learn why an obituary can be important and what to include or maybe not include. The informative program will be presented by Carol Tinkey who has previously given programs at NCIGS meetings. She was recently awarded first place in the International Quester competition for her research paper on Canadian Railroads and Their Magnificent Hotels at their annual convention held in Windsor, Canada.
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August 10, 2019 – 1:30 p.m.

Lower Level Meeting Room

Clear Lake Public Library

200 N 4th St, Clear Lake, IA 50428

Free and Open to the Public
IOWA CENTURY & HERITAGE FARMS

Since the land of Iowa was opened up to settlers in 1833, agriculture has been the heart of Iowa. The family farm represents the traditions and heritage upon which our State was built. Today, those individuals and families, who followed in the footsteps of their ancestors, continue to produce crops and livestock on that same land. Our August meeting will feature a presentation/talk session with regard to these farms and the families who have deep and permanent roots to their land.

Share your experiences, your photos & your history!
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I'm sorry to tell you that Chuck died Sunday July 21. We have the funeral planned for July 27 at 11 AM at Grafton's Emmanuel Lutheran Church. We want to let NCIGS members know, and we wonder if you can help to spread the word about his funeral. We are sad that he died so quickly of a rare, extremely fast-acting cancer, but we are happy that he didn't suffer long like so many other cancer victims. ...

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Reminder... our picnic is at East Park Mason City this coming Saturday... RSVP at our library asap ...

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