TSGS Cruiser Blog

Tuesday, April 14, 2009


Tonight is the TSGS Annual Dinner Meeting at the Sirloin Stockade on Bellemeade Ave. near Green River Road. From 5:30 t0 6:30 we will eat and enjoy some fellowship (genealogists usually have little trouble visiting with one another!). We will have a very short meeting with some Certificates of Appreciation presented to some TSGS members for contributing to the success of our society. About 7PM our guest speaker, Judge Redwine, will speak concerning Judge Lynch. I am really looking forward to hearing his program. Come join us. You do not need to be a member to attend our meetings.

Our regular web site has recently jumped to over 1,500 visits since last Thanksgiving (less than five months) which gives us about 300 visits per month or an average of 10 visits a day. Before this time we got about 10 visits every two or three weeks! Our Clustra-Maps Counter shows that we have had visits from people in 29 countries with 12 having two or more visits. These are unique visits meaning that each person is only counted once in a 24 hour period. The number of hits during this time is over 5,350! Which is over 1,000 hits per month. We are attracting some visitors to our web sites. Since 14 Dec 2008, the TSGS Cruiser Blog has had over 4,400 hits - 4 months... an average of 1,100 visits per month.

I invite everyone to consider submitting short articles, photos, links or even ideas to make this blog a further success and to make it a diverse blog made up of genealogists with all kinds of interests and experiences. Share with others some of your stories.

Tomorrow is Tax Day, but it is also the deadline for submissions for the Tri-State Packet - our members quarterly journal.

TSGS member, Ken Gilkey is in the hospital... remember him in your prayers.

See you tonight!
John G. West, TSGS President

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