THURSDAY JUNE 11th
OAK LODGE WATER DISTRICT OFFICES
14496 S.E. River Rd. @ Maple St.
With summer rapidly approaching, and our schedules rapidly filling, our June meeting will be the last time we meet in a general meeting until this coming fall. In the interim we will work in a field trip or two, and many of us will continue researching and documenting our local history.
The program for our June meeting dovetails nicely with researching about early settlers and later residents of our area. Laurel Smith, President of the Genealogical Forum of Oregon (GFO) will be presenting ‘Portland’s best kept secret: The GFO’s Research Library’. Laurel will be guiding us through the many resources available to us at the GFO library, and offer an opportunity for some of us to satisfy those creative writing cravings. With the opening of the new Orange Line in September getting to this library will be a snap.
Please join us on June 11th for another opportunity to learn how to re-discover our local history from one of our partners in history.
Chairman, Oak Lodge History Detectives