Wednesday, January 25, 2017

PGSM Hamtramck Project Looking for Volunteers to Transcribe Records

PGSM website
The Polish Genealogical Society of Michigan is looking for about forty volunteers to help transcribe 100,000 birth and death reports from the Hamtramck City Hall.

The group has set up the PGSM Transcription Center in donated office space located on Garfield Road between Canal and 19 Mile Roads in Clinton Township, Michigan. According to Fred Kuplicki, director of projects for PGSM, scheduling of day-to-day and hours of operation will be based upon demand of the volunteers' willingness to work on the project on specific days.

Work began on January 9, 2017, with a 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. schedule. Training and orientation of PGSM's transcription process is also provided to all volunteers.

To volunteer or for more information please contact, Fred Kuplicki, Director of Projects for PGSM by at the publicity@pgsm.org email.

See you soon at Mt. Clemens Public Library!
LE

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