Raj Folmsbee

September 12, 2016
Monday, 6:00 pm OGS General Meeting

Mexican Independence Day

Speaker: Raj Folmsbee

Raj Folmsbee will be the speaker at the Oklahoma Genealogical Society’s monthly meeting, Monday September 12th. Please note the date change due to the Labor Day Holiday.

He will present on Hispanic heritage and Mexican Independence Day. Raj was born in India, adopted at 15 months by American Medical Missionaries who moved to Mexico when he was 5 and spent 20 years growing up in Chiapas, Mexico. Raj has visited every continent except Antarctica and Australia.

Raj is currently a High School Spanish Teacher as well as the High School Cross Country and Soccer Coach at Santa Fe South in Oklahoma City.

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