Come meet the 2016 recipient of the SCGS Jamboree Scholarship and Suzanne Winsor Freeman Memorial Genealogy Grant at Sunday morning’s Scholarship Breakfast sponsored by Legacy Tree Genealogists and featuring Paul Alan Woodbury, past grant recipient, as the breakfast speaker.
Paul is a recent graduate of Brigham Young University where he studied Genetics and Family History, and now works as an outreach manager and DNA specialist for Legacy Tree Genealogists. It has been a privilege to watch his continued involvement in the genealogy community and his commitment to the next generation of genealogists. As a professional genealogist with Legacy Tree Genealogists, Paul offers his enthusiastic and knowledgeable services to international clients working to trace their family and genetic history.
“Preparing Good Ground: Fostering Genealogical Interest for Coming Generations” is the subject of Paul’s morning talk when he will share his own research and travel experiences from the Wild West to the French Pyrenees. We extend our sincere appreciation to Legacy Tree Genealogists, professional genealogists and research services, for sponsoring the 2016 Scholarship Breakfast.
Each year, the Southern California Genealogy Jamboree and the family grant program honoring the memory of Suzanne Winsor Freeman awards a full conference registration and $500 cash check to assist the genealogical education of a young genealogist. Past recipients include Elyse Doerflinger (Lomita, California), A.C. Ivory (Salt Lake City, Utah), Anthony Ray (Palmdale, California), Michael Savoca (Toms River, New Jersey), and Paul Woodbury (Provo, Utah).
Tickets for the Scholarship Breakfast may be purchased online through the SCGS Jamboree website. Please join us Sunday, June 5 in honoring the recipient of the 2016 Suzanne Winsor Freeman Genealogy Grant and SCGS Jamboree Scholarship.