Genealogical Society of Boone County and Central Missouri
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Tuesday, January 23
January Board Meeting 6:30 pm Columbia Public Library, Conference Room B  (Board Meetings)
6:30 pm
Columbia Public Library, Conference Room B
All members are welcome to attend.



Tuesday, February 6
February Meeting 7:00 pm at Boone Electric Cooperative  (Monthly Meetings)
7:00 pm
Boone Electric Cooperative Community Room, 1413 Range Line Street, Columbia
Famous (or Infamous) Ancestors: Our topic will be “bring your famous/infamous ancestor”. Famous/infamous can be well-known or notorious. Please write up your story so that it can be published in the Reporter. Plan to speak for 2-3 minutes, or read your story if it’s not too lengthy. Bring pictures! This topic, famous/infamous, was also covered in February 2017, so make sure that you discuss a different ancestor – you know you have more than one!



Tuesday, March 6
March Meeting 7:00 pm at LDS Church  (Monthly Meetings)
7:00 pm
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 904 Old 63 South, Columbia
Stories of Dress: Selections from the Missouri Historic Costume and Textile Collection
Enjoy examples of historic clothing and their untold histories as revealed by Nicole Johnston, Collection Manager of the Missouri Historic Costume and Textile Collection at the University of Missouri (http://tam.missouri.edu/MHCTC .)



Tuesday, April 3
April Meeting at Boone Electric Cooperative  (Monthly Meetings)
7:00 pm
Boone Electric Cooperative Community Room, 1413 Range Line Street, Columbia
An Irish Adventure and a Wee Bit of Genealogy
Follow GSCM member, Tara Griffin, and her husband, Scott, on their 12 day trek around Ireland. Amazing pictures, helpful hints about planning your own adventure, and of course, ‘a wee bit of genealogy’.



Tuesday, May 1
May Meeting 7:00 pm at Boone Electric Cooperative  (Monthly Meetings)
7:00 pm
Boone Electric Cooperative Community Room, 1413 Range Line Street, Columbia
The Orphan Trains . . . . and One Child’s Remarkable Story
Irma Craig Schneiders, one of those children, always wondered why she was put in the New York Foundling Home. Now her daughter, Shirley Andrews, tells the rest of the story.