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SGSI News and Past Events
April and May 2022
SGSI Releases New US Vital Records Interactive Map with Redesigned Website Navigation
Researching Your Slovenian Family Roots – Helpful Hints to Making Your Genealogy Journey Enjoyable
Rose Marie Macek Jisa, with Nicole Kusold-Matheou, presents at the Cleveland Kurentovanje Festival.
Board Members @ SLOVEnian Days in Cleveland
SGSI Board Members Jeff Dormish, Rose Marie Macek Jisa and Denise Modic Urban represented SGSI at the Celebration of the 30th Anniversary of the Independence of The Republic of Slovenia at Cleveland City Hall on September 16, 2021.
The Linden Tree Issue 2022 Issue 2 Now available
Virtual SGSI Booth at the 2021 CGSI Virtual Conference
SGSI participated in the Czechoslovak Genealogical Society International (CGSI) Virtual Conference including a a Virtual Booth at the conference October 14, 2021.
For more information on Czechoslovak Genealogical Society International, click here.
Virtual SGSI Booth at the 2021 NGS Virtual Conference
SGSI participated in the National Genealogical Society (NGS) Virtual Conference on May 19, 2021. For more information on the National Genealogical Society, click here.
Board Members Host Republic of Slovenia Dignitaries at the SGSI Macek Research Center
SGSI Board Members hosted a meeting with Tone Kajzer, Slovenian Ambassador to the United States, Dr. Helena Jaklitsch, Minister for Slovenians Abroad ,and Alenka Jerak, Slovenian Consul General in Cleveland Ohio, at the SGSI Macek Research Center on September 19, 2021 to discuss how SGSI connects Slovenian Americans to their Slovenian roots and culture.
Ljubljana TV 24UR News Interviews SGSI Members on the 2016 Genealogy Explorations Trip
"A group of Americans have been looking for their roots in Slovenia in recent weeks, but many only know that their grandparents once came from this country ... The best written sources are often in parishes, in archives, and some went from the village to villages and asked in houses, where they thought they could find someone. And how did the search end?"