Saturday, 22 December 2012

Enjoy International Calls for Hours without Fees

If you are living outside the country or your family members, friends or relatives are living in international territory, and you may know that that how costly are the international calls. It is very difficult to reach your relatives or friends through calls. But these calls are very important for you. You have to face financial problems as they are so costly that they blow your budget. However, there is an option of online chatting preferred by most people, but direct communication is far different than online chatting. You should be literate for online chatting; it is not possible for illiterate people. People are looking for the services that help to reduce their monthly bills. They are looking for the economical and right options so they get connected with their relatives by making such cheap international calls. They want to call for hours even without caring of the high international call rates or heavy to pay bills.

Thursday, 12 November 2009

Welsh-American Genealogical Society

Welsh-American Genealogical Society (WAGS)  - the place to begin or continue your family history research, or to learn more about the people of Wales, their customs, their traditions, their history, and their wanderings.

WAGS is incorporated and registered in the State of Vermont, Office of the Secretary of State, as an educational, non-profit organization. Served entirely by volunteer staff, its purpose is to offer guidance to

Welsh American

In the 2000 Census, 1.75 million Americans reported Welsh ancestry, 0.6% of the total U.S. population. This compares with a population of 3 million in Wales.

The name Jones, which is often considered distinctively Welsh, is the fourth most-common surname in the United States, accounting for over 0.6% of Americans, which when taken with others reporting typically Welsh surnames such as Bale, Bellamy, Bethell, Bowen,

National Welsh-American Foundation Grants

Submission Deadline – March 1, 2010

The National Welsh-American Foundation supports individuals and local organizations in the United States and Wales engaged in restoration of historical sites, maintenance of museums, the conduct of nursery schools, and the pursuit of research and special studies of interest to the Welsh-American Community. It supports the National Eisteddfod of Wales and cultural tours of the United States.

National Welsh-American Foundation

The National Welsh-American Foundation is accepting 2010 scholarship and grant applications

  • Lloyd Family Travel Scholarship
  • Exchange Scholarship
  • Grants: Projects that Benefit the Welsh-American Community

Submission deadline for all applications is March 1, 2010. Awards will be announced in May 2010.