I am seeing more and more notices of online meetings of genealogy (and other) societies. This appears to be the wave of the future. Here’s one such notice I received today:
NEOCAG — the NorthEast Ohio Computer-Aided Genealogy Society, Inc. — will hold its next monthly meeting Aug. 12 online via Zoom.
The organization will present Genealogist Kate Townsend, and her topic will be “Stop the Presses! Incorporating Newspaper Records into Your Research,“ according to a news release. The Zoom meeting opens at 9:15 a.m. and speaker presentation begins at 9:45.
NEOCAG is an educational organization for people interested in genealogical research using electronic means. They assist and sponsor programs concerning electronic genealogy for the general public.
Meetings are open to the public and visitors are welcome. Membership and visitors come from Cuyahoga, Lake, Geauga, Summit, and Ashtabula counties.