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From: Debbie Parker Wayne <>
Subject: [APG] Last Chance to Register for APG PMC at FGS at discount rate
Date: Tue, 30 Jun 2009 17:03:15 -0500

Today is the last day to register for FGS Little Rock and the APg
Professional Management Conference at the discounted rate.

If you've already registered for the APG Professional Management
Conference on 2 September at FGS Little Rock, you might want to verify
you also registered for the luncheon.

Lunch is not included in registration for the APG PMC. If you already
registered, you may login using your e-mail address and the PIN number
e-mailed to you by FGS to add options to your registration. In the
registration process, several pages *after* selecting registration for
the PMC, a window titled "APG PMC Ordered" will allow the option of
selecting inclusion of the "PMC Luncheon." Please remember to select
this option if you wish to attend the PMC luncheon.

Registration changes and new registrations are entered online at


If you haven't registered yet, there is an exciting list of speakers you
will not want to miss. The 2009 APG PMC schedule is available at:


Information and a list of some attendees is available on the Facebook
event page:


Speakers and topics include:

Writing Professionally—A Two Hour Workshop
Thomas W. Jones, PhD., CG, CGL, FASG

Solving Mysteries for Money: the Forensic Genealogist and Private
Mary Ann Boyle, Ph.D., CG

The Bachelor: Reconstructing a Solitary Life Using Obscure & Far-Flung
Mary Penner

Talking to the World
Sherry Irvine, CG

Elements of a Good Client Agreement
Richard Camaur, JD, CG

The Genealogy Consumer: Who Pays for Professional Research?
Natasha Crain

Publish! And Supplement Your Income
Desmond Walls Allen

Bull’s-eye! Planning and Delivering a Winning Marketing Campaign
Heather Henderson

Get Paid For Your Passion: Becoming a Professional Genealogist
Elissa Scalise Powell, CG

Don't miss the APG Roundtable--an informal discussion sponsored by the
Association of Professional Genealogists and held during national
conferences. A roundtable is one of the best places to network with
other APG members, to learn how other professionals market themselves,
and to share ideas and methods. The topic for the APG Roundtable at the
FGS conference on 1 September 2009, 7:00p.m., will be "Genealogy & the
Law: A Panel." For more information see:


I hope to see you all there.

Regards, Debbie

Debbie Parker Wayne
APG PMC Publicity Chair

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