Join us Sunday morning at the Southern California Genealogical Society Jamboree for the SCGS Jamboree Scholarship Breakfast with Gena Philibert-Ortega presenting “Of Elephants, Gold, and Dashed Dreams: Researching the California Gold Rush” and meet Utah college student Paul Woodbury, recipient of the 2014 Suzanne Winsor Freeman Student Genealogy Grant.
This is the fourth year that SCGS has partnered with the Freeman Student Genealogy Grant to award a young genealogist with a cash grant and conference registration. Past recipients include Anthony Ray of Palmdale, Elyse Doerflinger of Lomita, A.C. Ivory of Salt Lake City, and Mike Savoca of New Jersey.
Attending this special event is a great way to support young genealogists and learn more about researching California’s Gold Rush days. Menu for the breakfast buffet includes:
Freshly squeezed orange juice and cranberry juice
Sliced seasonal fruits
Assortment of breakfast pastries and breads Sweet butter and fruit preserves
Sausage or Bacon
Freshly Brewed Regular and Decaffeinated Coffee and Assorted Herbal Infusions
Seating is limited, so register today and join us Sunday morning for the Scholarship Breakfast.
Gena Philibert-Ortega is a social historian and popular presenter on topics of women’s history, archival research, and ephemera. She is the author of hundreds of articles published in genealogy newsletters and magazines.
Her writings can also be found on her blogs, Gena’s Genealogy and Food.Family.Ephemera. She is the author of three books including her latest From The Family Kitchen (F + W Media, 2012). Gena is the editor of the Utah Genealogical Association’s journal Crossroads, serves as President for the Southern California Chapter of the Association of Professional Genealogists and is a board member of the Utah Genealogical Association. Her current research interests include women’s social history, community cookbooks, signature quilts and researching women’s lives using material artifacts.