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The Forget-Me-Not Hour takes a trip outside the U.S. for tonight's show. Jane welcomes genealogist András Koltai from Hungary. Andras will talk about researching Hungarian Jewish ancestry, as well as other groups in Hungary.
For a decade now, András Koltai has been researching Hungarian ancestry for clients mainly from the USA and Israel. Though he focuses on Jewish genealogy, he has had a number of cases where the family researched was non-Jewish. Apart from doing the regular work genealogists do, he has also been the researcher for five episodes of the tv-series "Who Do You Think You Are?"; in some of these episodes he was on screen, too.
This past Friday my cousin Edwin Temple and I spent sometime conducting genealogy research on the Temple, Vining, Harrell and Richardson Family. On the second floor at the Amite Branch Library you will find a genealogy library and archival room. We spent most of our time looking in old books and looking at photographs.
A couple of years back, a former school teacher named Mrs. Grace Walker Perry donated a photograph album of African American pioneers, educators and other programs can be found in the album.
Please join host Antoinette Harrell and her special Edwin Temple for this upcoming discussion on African American Genealogy Research in Amite, Louisiana.
On this evenng's broadcast, Anna Yeisley talks about Virginia's Gubernatorial Race. Frustrated with the lack of direction and vision for Virginia, Anna Yeisley, your host of INDEPENDENT THINKER puts on her Acting Constitution Ambassador of Virginia hat, and lays out a plan for Virginia, that if heeded would move Virginia into a new American century of peace and prosperity.
1) Prepare for impending crisis or event (whether caused by financial collapse, natural disaster or terrorist attack) by:
a) establishing alternative competitive currencies to the federal reserve note, namely and electronic gold currency as advocated by Dr. Edwin Vieira (Harvard scholar who lives in Front Royal) or advocating a debt free currency that Bill Stills (another Virginian) is traveling the world advocating?
b) revitalize Virginia's civilian militia, a voluntary "body of persons' trained to arms. A unpaid civilian militia could be of GREAT help to maintain order and distribution in a crisis or an upheaval of any kind. Considering the number of armed people in Virginia, would not a program to train and organize a body of people trained to arms (as quoted in the Virginia Constitution, Section 13) the proper, natural and safe defense of a free state especially in the event of an national, state or international crisis, whether we speak of financial, natural or terror?
c) Cultivate Industrial hemp as a new industrial commodity base with its promises of not only non toxic plastic and paper production but the fresh oxygen, carbon dioxide reduction in producing bio fuels from hemp (Henry Ford made an entire autombile out of hemp plastic and fueled it with hemp derived bio fuel in the 1940's.
If you agree send a note to your state legislator.
Virginia Orgonista is an intuitive love & empowerment mentor and sound healer. Born as an empath and a clear channel for the Divine, she has the natural skills of clairsentience and clairvoyance, able to feel and see the other side and situations in people’s lives. She is an expert in shifting your consciousness so you can experience more love in all areas of your life. Through her channeling and voice, she creates space and guidance for you to go deep into your subconscious mind and transmutes anything that no longer serves you.
Talk about the #1 key to manifesting more love into your life Show you how to evaluate how much love you currently have in your life Discuss how belief systems hold you back Talk about creating what you want from an authentic soul perspective Eradicate one limited belief through a group regression/guided journey You will walk away with a better understanding of how love is the foundation of your entire life, and you will be more excited and ready to invite more of it into your reality on many levels.
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Special Guest: Virginia Schenck.
From both straight-ahead jazz and free improvisation to the centuries-old tradition of circle singing, Virginia Schenck has proven herself to be a singer of enormous range. But it’s jazz that makes her soul soar. Give her a Leonard Cohen tune or Bonnie Raitt ballad, and she’ll mix up the rhythms or add a vocal twist, and the song becomes her own.
A nationally recognized music therapist and educator, Virginia has returned to her jazz roots with a CD that showcases her crystal clear voice and easy swing style. Titled “VA,” it features an original composition plus a collection of jazz standards. And just as she likes to do from the stage, Virginia pays homage to women composers, including groundbreaking vocalist and civil rights leader Abbey Lincoln.
Join us for the next episode of FGS Radio - My Society, an Internet radio show on Blog talk Radio presented by the Federation of Genealogical Societies.
This week’s episode hosted by Randy Whited is entitled Genealogy Outreach: Middle Schools. Our guest this week will be Angie Rodesky, Tennessee genealogist, blogger and guest on an episode of “How the States Got Their Shapes” on H2. We will follow up our previous conversation and learn about Angie’s recent experiences in teaching and promoting genealogy to middle school students. We will also be featuring FGS member society the Montana State Genealogical Society in our weekly Society Spotlight feature.
Tune in to FGS Radio – My Society each week to learn more about genealogy societies and join in a discussion of the issues impacting the genealogical community.
Virginia-Lee is a happy little girl, especially when doing something that she loves. Her happiness bubbles out, and in all kinds of ways - from head to toe. She might grin or wrinkle, maybe wiggle, chuckle, or perhaps even giggle. No matter how hard she tries, she just can't hold it in. At that moment, she knows and everyone can see that Virginia-Lee is doing something she loves and that makes her happy as can be.
Wichita, KS – Visit your local pharmacy to pick up a prescription and most likely it will come with information warning you how the drugs may interact with other drugs you take. Though this information seems basic, it is extremely necessary. If a doctor makes a mistake, the consequences could be severe.
35 years ago the understanding of how drugs interact with each other wasn’t as sophisticated as it is today. This was also true in most of the state of Kansas. That changed when Virginia “Ginger” French became the first doctor of pharmacy in the state of Kansas.
“There used to be a saying: ‘If you’re going to Kansas, set your watch back 20 years,’" says French. "Pharmacy departments were very different then. It wasn’t as scientific as it is now, which put people at risk for no reason”
A trailblazing pharmacist and educator, French has personally seen the evolution of her field. In many ways she has been responsible for it.
“You have to be very detail oriented to be a good pharmacist. It requires precise calculations,” says French. “I’m just fascinated by this information and I want to do the right thing so I put the time into it. I also enjoy sharing what I have learned.”
As a doctor of pharmacy (or PharmD), French understood the chemistry and the physiology, the drug and the patient. She bears the distinction of being the first clinical pharmacist ever to round with physicians in Kansas, as far as she knows.
Though an injury forced Dr. French to resign from her position in late 2010, today she is a seasoned investor for French and French, LLC, applying the same scientific approach to her investments she did as a PharmD. French’s portfolio includes some major pharmaceutical companies as well as companies developing speculative drugs that could one day help millions.
Libertarian Robert Sarvis discusses his campaign for the Governorship of Virginia in 2014. We discuss his views and his oppurtunity to win based on the large number of independents in Virginia.
Did you know that John Rolfe and Pocahontas from the colony of Jamestown, Virginia, have living descendants? Tonight their descendant Wilhelmena Kelly, organizing regent of the Increase Carpenter Chapter DAR in Queens, joins Jane to talk about colonial Jamestown genealogy. What records are available to trace your colonial Jamestown family? What is the story of John Rolfe and Pocahontas?
Portrait of Pocahontas and sketch of the Jamestown fort in 1608 from Wikipedia Commons.