The Lycoming County Genealogical Society will hold its April program at 1 p.m. April 27 at the Thomas T. Taber Museum.
The program is free and open to the public.
Presented by the Society of Mayflower Descendants in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and speaker Debra G Miller. The presentation will include a 12 minute video and will be followed by information about the Pennsylvania Mayflower Society.
This program will be of special interest to all Mayflower Society members as well as Mayflower descendants interested in joining the society or still working on their family history.
In addition, the program is designed to help educate all teachers, historians and genealogists about the Pilgrims, the Mayflower and the first Thanksgiving without myths and misconceptions.
The speaker Debra G Miller, is a teacher and Mayflower historian.
She has traveled extensively in the United States and abroad, doing personal research.
She has written a K-12 curriculum (MAM), lesson and activity booklets, 26 booklets about the Signers of the Mayflower Compact, and "From the Seeds of Cambridge, England to the Planting of a Colony in Plymouth Mass."
The society's formal fee policy for assisting with personal requests for research is that the request must be a "specific question" and a simple look-up is free for society members.
Visit www.lycomingline age.org to join, or the research fee is $15 per hour and also can be paid at www.lycomingline age.org.
The Lycoming County Genealogical Society is an all volunteer organization, whose mission is to encourage interest in genealogy, to exchange information and to sponsor educational programs.