“Save Our History” Celebration
Sunday, April 2
Grand Oak Ballroom at the Jackson Rancheria
Celebrate the completion of the first phase of “Save Our History,” a joint project of the Ledger-Dispatch and the Friends of the Amador County Library. The project involved raising money to digitize the Amador County Library’s microfilm archive of more than 150 years of the Ledger-Dispatch and other Amador County newspapers. This first phase celebrates the milestone of having a searchable, online archive (1855-2008) of the Ledger Dispatch–a boon to historians, local history buffs, and genealogists.
The program is open to the public and will feature presentations, demonstrations, light refreshments, and a no-host bar.Sponsored by the Ledger-Dispatch, the Jackson Rancheria and the Friends of the Amador County Library.
For more information, contact FACL President Rick Sprenkel at 209.296.2771.