Tucson TMG UG
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Welcome to the Tucson TMG User's Group website. The purpose of this site is to communicate information about The Master Genealogist (TMG). Described as "the complete family tree project manager", TMG is a highly flexible genealogy software program conceived by Bob Velke and produced by Wholly Genes, Inc.

The Tucson TMG User's Group is sponsored by the Arizona State Genealogical Society. Users living in the Tucson, Arizona area meet on a monthly basis to exchange information, share tips, and provide demonstrations on the various features of TMG. The meetings are generally held at 1:00 p.m. on the second Saturday of each month from October thru May in Room 3117 of the University Medical Center on Campbell Avenue. Directions to UMC and to Room 3117 are found on the Directions page.

Go to our Schedule & Handouts page to get the schedules for upcoming meetings and notes from past meetings. We also have a Links page with handy links to other TMG resources on the net.

Our What's New? page will keep you informed of the changes made to this website to make it easier for you to find them.

We have our own TMGTUG mailing list where we can post questions between meetings and where the coordinators will post information for the group. Click here for instructions on how to subscribe to the list.

A few photos taken at the October 2004 workshop in Mesa are located here. There are also a few on the Sun Country TMG Users Group website.

Questions and comments regarding the organization should be mailed to our coordinators. Comments, suggestions and requests that have to do with our website should be mailed to Sherri Hessick.

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This site was last updated December 18, 2004
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