FISH OF SANCAP invites all islanders, friends and family to the community-wide Friendly Faces Luncheon, offered in a virtual format! The Zoom luncheon is scheduled for Tues., Dec. 14 beginning at noon. Lunch, prepared by George & Wendy’s, consists of a cold entree, side, water bottle and dessert. The cost of the Dec. lunch is waived and complimentary to all participants. FISH volunteers will deliver meals to islanders beginning at 11:30am.
Guest speaker Beth Jarrell, Reference and Archives Librarian, Sanibel Public Library, will discuss how to retrieve digitized items from Sanibel’s historic past, including images, stories, and oral histories. She will include an introduction on how to use Ancestry’s Library Edition to track and record family genealogy and provide tips for preserving family images and stories for future generations.
“We are so excited to partner with the Sanibel Public Library as they lead us in a discussion to uncover our history,” says Manuela Martinez, FISH. “They are recognized as one of the best libraries in the country and provide valuable resources for islanders and visitors. We’re so glad Beth can lend her knowledge and share how we can best navigate the library.”
Please join FISH and Sanibel Public Library for this educational lunch and learn where community members can catch up with friends from the past and make new connections. Reservations and meal choices are required by Fri., Dec. 10 to the FISH Walk-In-Center, 239-472-4775. Once registered, FISH will provide an emailed link and meeting ID number for access.