Video records from our April 1, 2017 general meeting are now available:
- The general meeting segment included information about the slate of officers for the 2017 – 2018 Board of Directors: Watch it now
- Our educational presentation was ‘Researching Your Texas Ancestors: At Home or On Site’ made by long-time DGS member Kelvin Meyers. Kelvin generously allowed us to record his entire presentation and make it available on our web site until Sunday, April 9.
The 2016 Awards Lunch was great fun… if you were not able to attend and you want know who the award recipients were you can watch the presentations in this video (34:34).
Quoted from the press release:
The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) today announced a new grant program, called “Common Heritage,” that will bring to light historical records and artifacts currently hidden in family attics and basements across the country and make them digitally available to the wider public and for posterity.
NEH’s Common Heritage program will award grants of up to $12,000 to community cultural organizations to coordinate community events and ensure that a wide range of historical materials can be digitized and contextualized through public programming.
NEH program staff from the Divisions of Preservation & Access and Public Programs will conduct a webinar for interested applicants on Tuesday, May 5 at 4 PM (EST).
Read the press release here…