Thursday, July 30, 2009

Utah Valley PAF Users Group

Utah Valley PAF Users Group Home Page

An Overview

Click on the links to the left to explore the site. The first link is information about UVPAFUG and the special services we offer. These services include monthly meetings, a monthly newsletter, a blog, assistance in publishing your genealogical data on the web and a placement service for older computers. The next link has information about our meetings, where and when they are held as well as a link to a map to show you how to get to the meeting place. The speaker and topic for the next meeting are listed along with a link to a listing of past and future presentations. About one week before the monthly meeting the additional classes and teachers for that meeting are posted on this page. The following link provides access to class outlines for the weekday courses and some of class taught at the monthly meetings by the users group. This is followed by a membership information page that includes instructions for receiving a free sample copy of our newsletter and becoming a member of our group.

UVPAFUG publishes a newsletter, entitled PAFology, with valuable information for beginning and seasoned genealogists. Links to past articles of lasting value are included. The current officers and some of the volunteers of the group are listed with contact information as well as links to the published genealogical information of members of the group. Links to various Utah County resources including separate links to a frequently updated listing of Family History Centers within Utah County with their hours, equipment and special collections. There is a page of selected useful genealogy web sites. We have added a software page which includes some PAF helps. If you have found any great genealogy links to include, want to recommend a genealogy program, or need to contact us please visit the comments page. The Back to home page link will bring you back to this page.

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