Many thanks to all who helped make IGHR 2017 a huge success!
IGHR 2017 stats: 256 course attendees, 30 instructors, 11 courses taught by nationally prominent genealogy educators, 18 Expo exhibitors, and many smiling faces! Our attendees and faculty represented 36 states plus Washington, D.C. and Ontario, and both the FamilySearch Family History & Genealogy Expo and Evening Sessions were well attended by IGHR attendees and the public.
Don’t miss IGHR 2018 in Athens, 2 - 7 June 2018!
“#IGHR2017 is so much more than expected. Great instructors, venue, food, participants. But my head is exploding! #learning #genealogy “ ––Peggy S. Jude, Course 2, Holmes Beach, FL
“Awesome time at IGHR - my first! Thanks for all your hard work!” ––Caroline Cohoe Shultz, Course 11, Sherwood, AR
“Thank you IGHR! I had a great week! Mark Lowe's Research in the South course was inspiring! I was proud to see that Indiana was well represented! I met several old friends and many new ones! Good Times!” ––Judith B. Casey, Course 6, Indianapolis, IN
“It was a fantastic week in Course 3-Advanced Methodology & Evidence Analysis! My brain is fried and I am already looking forward to next year.” ––Suzanne Collins Matson, Course 3, Greenville, SC
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