A big Thank You! from 

The Lyndhurst Junior Genealogy Club

ThankYou

Here is an email that we received today.  It is exciting to see that our youth are getting interested in genealogy and finding their past.

 

From: "Denise Goodwin" <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.;
Date: 2/12/2020
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Subject: NWS Genealogy

Hi, I thought I'd take a quick moment to send you some positive feedback. I volunteer with the library and we recently started up a Junior Genealogy Club on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The children are researching their family trees, and are using their research skills to ask questions and be history detectives. It's been a big hit so far and the kids really seem to enjoy it. We asked some of the older children to help us put together some resources to get a better understanding of the basics. Your NWS Genealogy page has been a huge help so we wanted to reach out as a group and let you know how much we appreciate it.

As a thank you, one of the kids helping me compile resources, Becca, suggested that I pass another article your way, "The History of Ellis Island" at https://www.yourlawyer.com/library/new-york-city-history-ellis-island/ . She thought it could be a helpful addition to the other genealogy resources on your page. It talks about Ellis Island's significance, how to find and read passenger records, and why it's a helpful place to look for those studying ancestry and genealogy. Becca actually found it herself and thought it'd be nice to send to you as a way of saying thank you for all your help. If you do decide to add her suggestion we have a meeting tomorrow afternoon and I'd love to let her know. I know she'd be so proud.

Thanks again,

Warmly,
Denise, Becca, & The Lyndhurst Junior Genealogy Club

 

Thank you Denise and The Lyndhurst Junior Genealogy Club and we have added your reference link and a tribute to your group.

 

 

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