Member Forums Turned On!
The member forums have been turned on! Right now the only thread is a resource for carpooling to monthly meetings. This is a members-only resource where you can ask your general genealogical questions or specific Williamson County questions.
Did you miss the March Meeting?
If you did, you missed a great presentation by Matthew Booth.
He not only explained and duscussed Copyright and Intellectual Property Law and Trademarks, but gave us a look at his own family genealogy!
"Copyright and Intellectual Property Law
Fundamentals for Genealogists"
Attorney Matthew J. Booth
Matthew J. Booth is the founder of Matthew J Booth & Associates PLLC. Mr. Booth has practiced in the area of intellectual property for over 19 years.
Come join us as Attorney Matthew J. Booth will not only explain what is copyright-protected and just when the copyright occurs, but exactly what copyright infringement is; what is [and is not] in the Public Domain and what Fair Use entails.
AOL users, I got bounces from the last blast email that contained the June newsletter. If you are looking for the newsletter, please sign in and find it under the Members-Only section.
JOINING WCGS VIA ONLINE MEMBERSHIP AND PAYMENT VIA PAYPAL IS NOW OPEN!
Members! Update Your Profile
WCGS Members - When you get a few moments, please update your profile on the website! Login to the site as you normally would.
From there, choose "Profile" under Members Only. Check to make sure your address is correct, and add your surnames. You can add the surnames and locations that you are currently researching. This data will then be located under the "Surname Research" tab on the website menu.
WCGS meets the third Thursday of each month, except August and December. Meetings are held at the Round Rock Public Library, 216 East Main Street, Round Rock, Texas in Meeting Room A, 7:30-9:00 pm. Social time is from 7:00-7:30 pm. The WCGS board meets from 6-7pm in the same room.
WCGS is a partner with the Round Rock Public Library. The RRPL houses and maintains our joint collection of genealogical materials. Please visit their website to view the catalog and to remotely access subscription databases with your library card.
We would love to have you join us! We hold ten regular meetings each year, host an annual day-long genealogy Saturday event, hold genealogy classes and are involved in special projects. We sponsor a DNA Special Interest Group that meets throughout the year. We publish ten issues of our newsletter, "The Roundup," and four issues of our quarterly publication, "The Chisholm Trail," each year.