04 May 2015

Jamboree - Researching Jewish, Russian and Eastern European Roots

This year Jamboree is proud to offer a full track of 6 sessions tailored for Jewish, Russian and Eastern European genealogy research on Sunday, June 7.

Speakers such as Lisa Alzo, Hal Bookbinder, Ted Gostin, Pamela Weisberger and Joel Weintraub will be presenting a wide array of specialized topics designed to assist researchers overcome brick walls, trace elusive ancestors, and much more.

In addition to the sessions, genealogical societies, exhibitors, and commercial data vendors with a variety of expertise, products and services will be on hand in the exhibit hall. The exhibit hall is free throughout the weekend.

Jamboree offers over 120 other sessions with more than 60 outstanding international, national, and local speakers.  JamboFREE Friday morning offers classes including Beginning Genealogy, roundtable small group resource, community projects, and society development.

One-on-One research assistance provided by members of the Southern California Chapter, Association of Professional Genealogists, is available throughout the weekend.

There's something for everyone, whether you are new to genealogy, or have been researching family history for years.

For speaker information and session times download the flyer. Get all the details about Jamboree at www.genealogyjamboree.

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