At its annual conference on September 20th, Maine Genealogical Society was pleased to recognize Bob Chenard’s contributions to the genealogical community. He was presented with the 2008 Award of Excellence in Genealogical Service.
We’re looking for nominations! This is the time to help recognize that unsung genealogical hero who has contributed to your research success.
This award shall be presented to an individual in recognition of outstanding volunteer service to the field of genealogy in and related to the State of Maine through, but not limited to:
volunteer work to genealogical organizations and/or local libraries; efforts making genealogical and historical information more accessible to researchers (transcription of vital and other genealogical records, or publication of genealogical research either in print or electronic media);
education (through lectures and participation in presenting workshops);
maintaining genealogical website(s); and promotion of genealogy.
More than any of these specific accomplishments, the most wonderful thing about Thelma is that she is always willing to share her knowledge and experience with everyone. She is always a “can do” person and works tirelessly for Taconnett Genealogical Library, the chapter, and genealogy researchers everywhere.
Maine Genealogical Society honors her extraordinary contributions to the Society and for advancing the field of genealogy in the State of Maine.
Maine Genealogical Society at its annual conference on September 22, 2007, presented Marlene A. Groves with its new Award of Excellence in Genealogical Research, in recognition of her outstanding scholarship in carefully transcribing and publishing volumes of Maine town vital records and for encouraging others to do the same.