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Saturday, January 20
Women and Western Migration: We Would Have Shot Them  (Genealogy - Fort Myers Library)
10:00 am to 12:15 pm
Fort Myers Regional Library, South Building Meeting Rooms A-B, 1651 Lee Street, Fort Myers
Speaker:  Gina Hamister – Western Reserve Historical Society, New England Historical Genealogical Register Board of Directors
 
Women played a significant yet hidden role in western migration.  This lecture will cover the real truth about what life was like as our ancestors migrated westward.  Unlike the televised versions about westward migration the real facts will be discussed that impacted their daily lives and life decisions.
 
All programs are free and open to the public.  Advance Registration is required.  Patrons may register for the classes using one of the following methods:
  1. Telephone:  Call 479-4636 and select the option for registering for programs.
  2. Telephone:  Call Bryan l. Mulcahy at 533-4626 and leave your contact information.
  3. E-Mail: Contact Bryan L. Mulcahy at bmulcahy@leegov.com.


Saturday, January 27
News-Press Obituaries & Death Notices: Digital Access Through the Lee County Library System  (Genealogy - Fort Myers Library)
9:30 am to 12:15 pm
Fort Myers Regional Library, South Building Meeting Rooms A-B, 1651 Lee Street, Fort Myers
Speaker:  Laura Cifelli – Reference Librarian, Fort Myers Regional Library
 
Our digitization process is designed to facilitate faster access to newspaper obituaries appearing in the Fort Myers News-Press We will discuss the digitization project is designed to allow for faster access to the earliest obituaries going back to 1884 through 1932.
 
All programs are free and open to the public.  Advance Registration is required.  Patrons may register for the classes using one of the following methods:
  1. Telephone:  Call 479-4636 and select the option for registering for programs.
  2. Telephone:  Call Bryan l. Mulcahy at 533-4626 and leave your contact information.
  3. E-Mail: Contact Bryan L. Mulcahy at bmulcahy@leegov.com.


Saturday, January 27
Martin County Genealogical Society - A Genealogical DNA Seminar  (Conferences/Seminars)
9:30 am to 12:30 pm
John F and Rita M Armstrong Wing at the Blake Library, Stuart, Florida
“Genetic Genealogy: A Get To Know You Guide” – 10 AM Seminar: Three kinds of DNA tests, five testing companies, and many different outcomes. Learn the basics and leave with cconfidence in this new area of research.
 
“Five Tips To Make Sense of Your DNA Testing” – 11:15 AM Seminar: So you have had your Autosomal DNA tested - now what? Learn in 45 minutes what would take hours to read online, and leave armed with information to help make your DNA work for you.
 
9:30 AM 
                      Check-In & Registration – John F. & Rita M. Armstrong Wing, Blake Library
10:00 – 10:45 AM 
      “Genetic Genealogy: A Get To Know You Guide”

10:45 – 11:15 AM 
       Coffee Break

11:15 – 12:00 Noon 
    “Five Tips To Make Sense of Your DNA Testing”
12:00 – 12:30 PM 
       Questions
 
Donation for DNA Lectures: Pre-registration $20 (if received by Jan 25th) $25 at the door
 
Diahan Southard is a nationally recognized genealogist and lecturer on the subject of DNA and how to use it in your family history research. Diahan has a degree in microbiology from Brigham Young University and worked for the Sorenson Molecular Genealogy Foundation.
 
Diahan has created Your DNA Guide, a website where she provides personalized, interactive experiences to assist people in interpreting their DNA results in the context of their genealogical information; she can take you step-by-step through any kind of DNA test in a way that you will understand, and even enjoy! Diahan has also written “Quick Guides” on genetic genealogy and is a regular contributor to Genealogy Gems, Family Tree Magazine and Genealogy Today.

For more information, please visit our website: www.mcgensociety.org




Saturday, February 3
Introduction to Genealogy: February Beginners Series  (Genealogy - Fort Myers Library)
9:30 am to 12:00 pm
Speaker:  Shirleen Hoffman – President, Hoffman Genealogy Services, Volunteer, Lee County Library System
 
Session One:  Genealogy Basics
 
All programs are free and open to the public.  Advance Registration is required.  Patrons may register for the classes using one of the following methods:
  1. Telephone:  Call 479-4636 and select the option for registering for programs.
  2. Telephone:  Call Bryan l. Mulcahy at 533-4626 and leave your contact information.
  3. E-Mail: Contact Bryan L. Mulcahy at bmulcahy@leegov.com.


Saturday, February 10
Introduction to Genealogy: February Beginners Series  (Genealogy - Fort Myers Library)
9:30 am to 12:00 pm
Fort Myers Regional Library, South Building Meeting Rooms A-B, 1651 Lee Street, Fort Myers
Speaker:  Shirleen Hoffman – President, Hoffman Genealogy Services, Volunteer, Lee County Library System
 
Session Two: Finding Your Family in the United States Census
 
All programs are free and open to the public.  Advance Registration is required.  Patrons may register for the classes using one of the following methods:
  1. Telephone:  Call 479-4636 and select the option for registering for programs.
  2. Telephone:  Call Bryan l. Mulcahy at 533-4626 and leave your contact information.
  3. E-Mail: Contact Bryan L. Mulcahy at bmulcahy@leegov.com.


Friday, February 16
Annual Seminar  (SWFLGG Activities)
9:00 am
24 Twenty-one Event Center, 2421 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte
 
“Bringing Back Our Past:
A Tenth Anniversary Celebration” 
 
Special presentation by 
 Baerbel Johnson 
 
 


Saturday, February 17
Introduction to Genealogy: February Beginners Series  (Genealogy - Fort Myers Library)
9:30 am to 12:00 pm
Fort Myers Regional Library, South Building Meeting Rooms A-B, 1651 Lee Street, Fort Myers
Speaker:  Shirleen Hoffman – President, Hoffman Genealogy Services, Volunteer, Lee County Library System
 
Session Three: Using Court House Resources and Vital Records
 
All programs are free and open to the public.  Advance Registration is required.  Patrons may register for the classes using one of the following methods:
  1. Telephone:  Call 479-4636 and select the option for registering for programs.
  2. Telephone:  Call Bryan l. Mulcahy at 533-4626 and leave your contact information.
  3. E-Mail: Contact Bryan L. Mulcahy at bmulcahy@leegov.com.


Saturday, February 24
Annual Pinellas Genealogy Society Seminar, co-sponsored by the Largo Public Library  (Conferences/Seminars)
8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Largo Public Library, 120 Central Park Drive, Largo, Florida
This all-day event features Judy Russell (JD, CG®, CGL℠), The Legal Genealogist, as the primary speaker, as well as two breakout speakers, George G. Morgan and Drew Smith, “The Genealogy Guys.” Judy's four presentations are titled (1) “That First Trip to the Courthouse,” (2) “No Vitals? No Problem --Building a Family Through Circumstantial Evidence,” (3) “Where There Is--or Isn't a Will,” and (4) “DNA and the Golden Rule.” Judy is a nationally known speaker, author, educator, and genealogy blogger. 
 
The topics of the breakout sessions will be: (1) “Principles of Effective Evidence Analysis” by George G. Morgan, and (2) “Organizing Your DNA Testing” by Drew Smith. George and Drew are also highly regarded authors and speakers. They are also renowned for their “Genealogy Guys” podcast. 
 
In addition to the speakers, this event boasts a continental breakfast, box lunch, raffles, door prizes, book sale, and plenty of time to network with other researchers and guest organizations. The registration fee is $40 for PGS members and $45 for non-members. After 15 February, the cost is $50, so register early.
 
A detailed schedule of events and a registration form are found at http://www.flpgs.org/NMbrs/seminar/2018/Sem18.aspx . Questions can be addressed to pgsfla@yahoo.com .


Saturday, February 24
Introduction to Genealogy: February Beginners Series  (Genealogy - Fort Myers Library)
9:30 am to 12:00 pm
Fort Myers Regional Library, South Building Meeting Rooms A-B, 1651 Lee Street, Fort Myers
Speaker:  Shirleen Hoffman – President, Hoffman Genealogy Services, Volunteer, Lee County Library System
 
Session Four: Using Other Resources for Locating Ancestors.
 
All programs are free and open to the public.  Advance Registration is required.  Patrons may register for the classes using one of the following methods:
  1. Telephone:  Call 479-4636 and select the option for registering for programs.
  2. Telephone:  Call Bryan l. Mulcahy at 533-4626 and leave your contact information.
  3. E-Mail: Contact Bryan L. Mulcahy at bmulcahy@leegov.com.



Saturday, March 3
Jewish Genealogical Research: Overview and Methodology  (Genealogy - Fort Myers Library)
9:30 am to 12:15 pm
Fort Myers Regional Library, South Building Meeting Rooms A-B, 1651 Lee Street, Fort Myers
Speaker: Ilya Zeldes, Author, Lecturer, and Researcher. 
 
Mr. Zeldes will discuss the most productive strategies and records necessary for success in tracing ancestors. Discussion will cover print and Internet resources. These research tools were used as part of his publishing his own family history.
 
All programs are free and open to the public.  Advance Registration is required.  Patrons may register for the classes using one of the following methods:
  1. Telephone:  Call 479-4636 and select the option for registering for programs.
  2. Telephone:  Call Bryan l. Mulcahy at 533-4626 and leave your contact information.
  3. E-Mail: Contact Bryan L. Mulcahy at bmulcahy@leegov.com.


Saturday, March 3
General Meeting  (SWFLGG Activities)
10:30 am
Mid-County regional Library
Program
 
"Connecting the Changing Face of the Germanic Lands"
 
Presenter: Joanne Daerr Ryder
 
 


Saturday, March 24
Jewish Genealogical Research: Overview and Methodology  (Genealogy - Fort Myers Library)
9:30 am to 12:15 pm
Fort Myers Regional Library, South Building Meeting Rooms A-B, 1651 Lee Street, Fort Myers
Speaker: Ilya Zeldes, Author, Lecturer, and Researcher.
 
Mr. Zeldes will discuss the most productive strategies and records necessary for success in tracing ancestors. Discussion will cover print and Internet resources. These research tools were used as part of his publishing his own family history.
 
All programs are free and open to the public.  Advance Registration is required.  Patrons may register for the classes using one of the following methods:
  1. Telephone:  Call 479-4636 and select the option for registering for programs.
  2. Telephone:  Call Bryan l. Mulcahy at 533-4626 and leave your contact information.
  3. E-Mail: Contact Bryan L. Mulcahy at bmulcahy@leegov.com.


Saturday, March 31
Coming to America: The Story of Our Courageous Ancestors – The Great Migration  (Genealogy - Fort Myers Library)
9:30 am to 12:15 pm
Fort Myers Regional Library, South Building Meeting Rooms A-B, 1651 Lee Street, Fort Myers
Program One:  Making the Decision to Emigrate and Planning Process
Speaker:  Speaker:  Joanne Ryder - Past President - SW Florida Germanic Genealogy Society, Member of the Charlotte County Genealogical Society
 
Would you have had the courage of our ancestors to come to America?  This series will explore the decision making process from leaving their known country and culture, and in some cases, sacrificing their family relationships permanently to come to a new world which promised “streets paved with gold”.  We will discuss the real facts and challenges our ancestors faced each step of the way.
 
All programs are free and open to the public.  Advance Registration is required.  Patrons may register for the classes using one of the following methods:
  1. Telephone:  Call 479-4636 and select the option for registering for programs.
  2. Telephone:  Call Bryan l. Mulcahy at 533-4626 and leave your contact information.
  3. E-Mail: Contact Bryan L. Mulcahy at bmulcahy@leegov.com.



Saturday, April 7
Coming to America: The Story of Our Courageous Ancestors – The Great Migration  (Genealogy - Fort Myers Library)
9:30 am to 12:15 pm
Fort Myers Regional Library, South Building Meeting Rooms A-B, 1651 Lee Street, Fort Myers
Program Two: Departure and the Trip Across the Atlantic
Speaker:  Speaker:  Joanne Ryder - Past President - SW Florida Germanic Genealogy Society, Member of the Charlotte County Genealogical Society
 
Would you have had the courage of our ancestors to come to America?  This series will explore the decision making process from leaving their known country and culture, and in some cases, sacrificing their family relationships permanently to come to a new world which promised “streets paved with gold”.  We will discuss the real facts and challenges our ancestors faced each step of the way.
 
All programs are free and open to the public.  Advance Registration is required.  Patrons may register for the classes using one of the following methods:
  1. Telephone:  Call 479-4636 and select the option for registering for programs.
  2. Telephone:  Call Bryan l. Mulcahy at 533-4626 and leave your contact information.
  3. E-Mail: Contact Bryan L. Mulcahy at bmulcahy@leegov.com.


Saturday, April 14
Coming to America: The Story of Our Courageous Ancestors – The Great Migration  (Genealogy - Fort Myers Library)
9:30 am to 12:15 pm
Fort Myers Regional Library, South Building Meeting Rooms A-B, 1651 Lee Street, Fort Myers
Program Three:  Surviving the Arrival Process and Settlement in America
Speaker:  Speaker:  Joanne Ryder - Past President - SW Florida Germanic Genealogy Society, Member of the Charlotte County Genealogical Society
 
Would you have had the courage of our ancestors to come to America?  This series will explore the decision making process from leaving their known country and culture, and in some cases, sacrificing their family relationships permanently to come to a new world which promised “streets paved with gold”.  We will discuss the real facts and challenges our ancestors faced each step of the way.
 
All programs are free and open to the public.  Advance Registration is required.  Patrons may register for the classes using one of the following methods:
  1. Telephone:  Call 479-4636 and select the option for registering for programs.
  2. Telephone:  Call Bryan l. Mulcahy at 533-4626 and leave your contact information.
  3. E-Mail: Contact Bryan L. Mulcahy at bmulcahy@leegov.com.



Wednesday, May 2 through Saturday, May 5
2018 NGS (National Genealogical Society) Family History Conference  (Conferences/Seminars)
Grand Rapids, Michigan
 
2018 Family History Conference, Paths to Your Past. 
 
In the nineteenth century, the Great Lakes were major, strategic waterways that aided Americans moving West and immigrants coming from overseas through Canada to settle and develop the Midwest. Cheap land, mining, and the timber industry made the area attractive. The combination of water power from the rivers and rapids, together with access to grain and lumber, encouraged manufacturing and industry, including breweries, furniture, and cereal. Entrepreneurs flourished as Michigan became the center for the automobile industry, encouraging migration from the south and attracting an influx of new immigrants in search of jobs and the American dream.
 
Among the topics being considered by NGS are presentations on migration paths to the Midwest including waterways, trails, and railroads; records and repositories for Michigan, the surrounding states, and Canada; records generated by France, Great Britain, and later by the newly established United States as they fought for control of the Old Northwest Territory; land grants, deeds, and maps; and laws and court records. Conference tracks under consideration include:
ethnic groups: Dutch, German, Polish, French Canadian, Scandinavian, Cornish, African Americans, and Native Americans;
 
  • immigration from: Europe, Eastern Europe, Canada, and Latin American countries;
  • migration into and out of the area: from New England, New York, the Mid-Atlantic States, and the South, and later migration south and west; 
  • religious groups: Catholic, Lutheran, Congregational and United Church of Christ, Dutch and Christian Reformed, Quaker, and Amish;
  • military records: forts, French and Indian War, American Revolution, Loyalists, War of 1812, Toledo War, Civil War, World War I and II, and the use of factories during wartime; 
  • occupations and trades: furriers, farming, fishing, mining, lumbering, brewing, shipping, and manufacturing;
  • other organizations: masons, abolitionists, prohibitionists, and unions.


Saturday, May 5
General Meeting  (SWFLGG Activities)
10:30 am
Mid-County Regional Liibrary
Program
 
To be anncounced.
 
 


Saturday, May 12
Genealogical Research Using Military Records  (Genealogy - Fort Myers Library)
9:30 am to 12:15 pm
Fort Myers Regional Library, South Building Meeting Rooms A-B, 1651 Lee Street, Fort Myers
Speaker:  Bryan Mulcahy, Reference Librarian, Fort Myers Regional Library

Serving in the military has always played an important role in the lives of many ancestors.  This is especially true for male children of immigrant ancestors.  Information found in military records may shed light on the place of residence for soldier’s family, birth information, determine evidence of family relationships, and locate relatives and other important facts of interest for research.  This seminar will identify the most useful records and where to locate them.
 
All programs are free and open to the public.  Advance Registration is required.  Patrons may register for the classes using one of the following methods:
  1. Telephone:  Call 479-4636 and select the option for registering for programs.
  2. Telephone:  Call Bryan l. Mulcahy at 533-4626 and leave your contact information.
  3. E-Mail: Contact Bryan L. Mulcahy at bmulcahy@leegov.com.



Saturday, June 9
Research Using Land and Tax Records  (Genealogy - Fort Myers Library)
9:30 am to 12:15 pm
Fort Myers Regional Library, South Building Meeting Rooms A-B, 1651 Lee Street, Fort Myers
Speaker:  Bryan Mulcahy, Reference Librarian, Fort Myers Regional Library
 
Land and tax records are the oldest, largest, and most complete record group among record types in the United States.  Ancestors who seldom appear in any other type of civil records may be mentioned somewhere in land records.  Both record types may contain extensive amounts of genealogical information, yet most genealogists only turn to them as a last resort.  This seminar will discuss strategies that allow genealogists to overcome the perceived challenges in using them.
 
All programs are free and open to the public.  Advance Registration is required.  Patrons may register for the classes using one of the following methods:
  1. Telephone:  Call 479-4636 and select the option for registering for programs.
  2. Telephone:  Call Bryan l. Mulcahy at 533-4626 and leave your contact information.
  3. E-Mail: Contact Bryan L. Mulcahy at bmulcahy@leegov.com.



Saturday, July 14
Long Distance Genealogical Research  (Genealogy - Fort Myers Library)
9:30 am to 12:15 pm
Fort Myers Regional Library, South Building Meeting Rooms A-B, 1651 Lee Street, Fort Myers
Speaker:  Bryan Mulcahy, Reference Librarian, Fort Myers Regional Library
 
Locating genealogical information about ancestors presents many challenges.  When you live hundreds or thousands of miles from their place of residence, it sometimes feels impossible. This seminar will focus on options that researchers may use when trying to conduct genealogical searches in other parts of the United States and overseas.
 
All programs are free and open to the public.  Advance Registration is required.  Patrons may register for the classes using one of the following methods:
  1. Telephone:  Call 479-4636 and select the option for registering for programs.
  2. Telephone:  Call Bryan l. Mulcahy at 533-4626 and leave your contact information.
  3. E-Mail: Contact Bryan L. Mulcahy at bmulcahy@leegov.com.



Saturday, August 11
Research Using Federal and State Census Returns  (Genealogy - Fort Myers Library)
9:30 am to 12:15 pm
Fort Myers Regional Library, South Building Meeting Rooms A-B, 1651 Lee Street, Fort Myers
Speaker:  Bryan Mulcahy, Reference Librarian, Fort Myers Regional Library
 
Census records are considered some of the most valuable records that genealogists use. They enable researchers to track families in numerous ways, including: migration patterns (or lack thereof), family research as the size of the household increases or decreases as children are born, grow up and move out to form their own households, uncover facts the social and economic factors of family members and communities such as professions, trades and real estate.  Our seminar will examine the research benefits of using both federal and state/territorial census.
 
All programs are free and open to the public.  Advance Registration is required.  Patrons may register for the classes using one of the following methods:
  1. Telephone:  Call 479-4636 and select the option for registering for programs.
  2. Telephone:  Call Bryan l. Mulcahy at 533-4626 and leave your contact information.
  3. E-Mail: Contact Bryan L. Mulcahy at bmulcahy@leegov.com.


Wednesday, August 22 through Saturday, August 25
Federation of Genealogical Societies (FGS) 2018 National Conference  (Conferences/Seminars)
Fort Wayne, Indiana
 
Federation of Genealogical Societies​ 2018 Annual Conference
 
FGS returns to the Hoosier State in 2018 providing attendees convenient access to Allen County Public Library which houses one of the largest genealogical research collections available with records from around the world.



Saturday, September 15
Tracing Your Hispanic/Latino Family History  (Genealogy - Fort Myers Library)
9:30 am to 12:15 pm
Fort Myers Regional Library, South Building Meeting Rooms A-B, 1651 Lee Street, Fort Myers
Speaker:  Bryan Mulcahy, Reference Librarian, Fort Myers Regional Library
 
Our seminar will focus on research strategies designed to assist patrons in successfully tracing their Hispanic/Latino ancestors throughout the world.
 
All programs are free and open to the public.  Advance Registration is required.  Patrons may register for the classes using one of the following methods:
  1. Telephone:  Call 479-4636 and select the option for registering for programs.
  2. Telephone:  Call Bryan l. Mulcahy at 533-4626 and leave your contact information.
  3. E-Mail: Contact Bryan L. Mulcahy at bmulcahy@leegov.com.



Saturday, October 6
Genealogical Search Techniques on the Internet  (Genealogy - Fort Myers Library)
9:30 am to 12:15 pm
Fort Myers Regional Library, South Building Meeting Rooms A-B, 1651 Lee Street, Fort Myers
Topics to be Announced.
 
All programs are free and open to the public.  Advance Registration is required.  Patrons may register for the classes using one of the following methods:
  1. Telephone:  Call 479-4636 and select the option for registering for programs.
  2. Telephone:  Call Bryan l. Mulcahy at 533-4626 and leave your contact information.
  3. E-Mail: Contact Bryan L. Mulcahy at bmulcahy@leegov.com.


Saturday, October 13
Genealogical Search Techniques on the Internet  (Genealogy - Fort Myers Library)
9:30 am to 12:15 pm
Fort Myers Regional Library, South Building Meeting Rooms A-B, 1651 Lee Street, Fort Myers
Topics to be Announced.
 
All programs are free and open to the public.  Advance Registration is required.  Patrons may register for the classes using one of the following methods:
  1. Telephone:  Call 479-4636 and select the option for registering for programs.
  2. Telephone:  Call Bryan l. Mulcahy at 533-4626 and leave your contact information.
  3. E-Mail: Contact Bryan L. Mulcahy at bmulcahy@leegov.com.


Saturday, October 20
Genealogical Search Techniques on the Internet  (Genealogy - Fort Myers Library)
9:30 am to 12:15 pm
Fort Myers Regional Library, South Building Meeting Rooms A-B, 1651 Lee Street, Fort Myers
Topics to be Announced.
 
All programs are free and open to the public.  Advance Registration is required.  Patrons may register for the classes using one of the following methods:
  1. Telephone:  Call 479-4636 and select the option for registering for programs.
  2. Telephone:  Call Bryan l. Mulcahy at 533-4626 and leave your contact information.
  3. E-Mail: Contact Bryan L. Mulcahy at bmulcahy@leegov.com.



Friday, November 2
How to Prepare for an Effective Research Trip to Ireland  (Genealogy - Fort Myers Library)
9:30 am to 12:15 pm
Fort Myers Regional Library, South Building Meeting Rooms A-B, 1651 Lee Street, Fort Myers
Speaker: Cathy Negrycz, Sarasota and Manatee Genealogical Societies 
 
This seminar will help researchers prepare a research plan for visiting the major repositories throughout the Republic of Ireland. Examples would include the National Archives in Dublin, General Recording Office, Valuation Office, and many county and church libraries.
 
All programs are free and open to the public.  Advance Registration is required.  Patrons may register for the classes using one of the following methods:
  1. Telephone:  Call 479-4636 and select the option for registering for programs.
  2. Telephone:  Call Bryan l. Mulcahy at 533-4626 and leave your contact information.
  3. E-Mail: Contact Bryan L. Mulcahy at bmulcahy@leegov.com.



Saturday, December 1
How to Analyze Genealogical Evidence: Separating Fact From Fiction  (Genealogy - Fort Myers Library)
9:30 am to 12:15 pm
Fort Myers Regional Library, South Building Meeting Rooms A-B, 1651 Lee Street, Fort Myers
Speaker:  Bryan Mulcahy, Reference Librarian, Fort Myers Regional Library
 
Genealogists accumulate significant amounts of information as they proceed through the research process.  While it may prove to be accurate to varying degrees, some may be fabrication.  With the volume of digitized resources growing each year, our rapid access to original genealogical records online may flood us with more information than we can handle. It is critical that researchers take the time to carefully analyze all the evidence content for clues implied or suggested.  Failure to do so may result in missing critical details.  This seminar will discuss various techniques to overcome this challenge.
 
 
All programs are free and open to the public.  Advance Registration is required.  Patrons may register for the classes using one of the following methods:
  1. Telephone:  Call 479-4636 and select the option for registering for programs.
  2. Telephone:  Call Bryan l. Mulcahy at 533-4626 and leave your contact information.
  3. E-Mail: Contact Bryan L. Mulcahy at bmulcahy@leegov.com.