Prompt payment is expected. Cancellation of your online course reservation or failure to send payment postmarked by the third day after your course reservation will result in cancellation of your classroom seat and an assessment of a $25 administrative fee owed to Georgia Genealogical Society, which covers the costs incurred in taking your reservation. Cancellation of a course on the same day that you register for it incurs no fee. Cancellation refund requests must be received in writing no later than June 30, 2017 for the July 2017 institute. There are no refunds after June 30, 2017, for IGHR 2017. Any owed cancellation fees will be carried over to the next year.
Early Bird Registration & AncestryPro Genealogists Scholarship Winner
Early Bird Registration Don’t delay, register today! Early Bird registration ends on Friday, March 31st. Tuition will increase $40 on Saturday, April 1st. Read a description of each course and register at IGHR Courses.
Congratulations to Denyce Peyton winner of the AncestryProGenealogists Scholarship for IGHR. She will be taking Course Three: Advanced Methodology and Evidence Analysis with Judy Russell in July.
Denyce Peyton has engaged in genealogical research since 1994, working as a professional researcher since 2004. She serves a diverse clientele through family research, research plans, analysis and report writing, including a specialty in African American research. Her geographic focus areas include Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and southeastern states, with occasional work in Washington, California, Canada and United Kingdom. She conducts research through on-site visits to respective archives, libraries, historical societies and court houses, and by utilizing online genealogical resources. Denyce is a member of the National Genealogical Society, Association of Professional Genealogists, Ohio Genealogical Society and Kentucky Historical Society.
Denyce is looking forward to attending a course at IGHR for the opportunity to engage in a week of focused learning relative to genealogy methodology and processes, and she views the coursework and experience of learning from and with genealogist peers as a truly valuable opportunity for her to enhance her skills and knowledge. She said, “Attendance at this renowned genealogy institute has been a long-term goal for me.”
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