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Saturday, June 5
History of Kreis Flatow  (PRG Meetings)
Recorded
The program is a brief history of Kreis Flatow (Powiat Zlotow) through its many governmental and village name changes, with a short list of economic and cultural items. Included are a few photos of towns and prominent buildings, famous people, and genealogical resources for the area.
Presenter: Janet Mitchell



Saturday, July 3
Finally Found the Town of Origin  (PRG Meetings)
This will be another recorded meeting
Member Cliff Turnbull will tell of his long search to identify his Pommern ancestors town - and his visit there. More to come.
 
Members will receive an email link to this meeting once it is uploaded.



Saturday, August 7
More on Cliff's Ancestor's Pommern Town  (PRG Meetings)
12:00 pm
Live via Zoom - When set, a link will be sent to members only
Cliff and a friend in Poland will tell what they found in the near-by area of the ancestors town. Meeting via Zoom at noon because of the time difference. More info to come.



Saturday, September 4
Tips on Using Archion  (PRG Meetings)
Likely a recorded meeting
Member Don Schultz will talk about the website Archion.de



Saturday, October 2
Looking for more Presentations  (PRG Meetings)
We have slots available for your presentation on October 2nd and December 4th.
 
Please let us know your thoughts or ideas.



Saturday, November 6
Sch├╝tzenfests  (PRG Meetings)
Recorded
A Schützenfest a traditional festival or fair featuring a target shooting competition. This male dominated sport is mostly found in northern Germany. The winner of the competition becomes the Schützenkönig ("king of marksmen") until the next year's competition. The festivals are found in small villages and large towns.
 
The commercially-organized Schützenfest of Hanover, Germany, is the largest marksmen's funfair in the world with more than 5,000 marksmen, 250 rides and inns, 5 large beer tents, and the "Marksmen's Parade". The parade, with more than 10,000 participants from Germany and all over the world and more than 100 bands, is 7.5 miles long. It is the longest parade in the world.
Presenter: Warren Mitchell