"A community is too heavy
for anyone to carry alone."
Deuteronomy Rabbah, 1:10

San Diego Center for Jewish Culture is grateful to the Joseph & Dorothy Goldberg Charitable Trust for their vision, enthusiasm, and support of this project.

Scanning Photos and Documents.  

Topic: Cultural Events

Region: Mid-Coastal/Central

Description: Mike McMahon Many of us in the genealogy world face the task of scanning from time to time. It may be to organize and scan batches of family photos or it may be to scan a document or magazine article for future reference/sharing with others. Our program presenter and instructor, Mike McMahon, will not only discuss traditional scanning but will also include tips on how to use a camera or smartphone to accomplish the same task. Please bring note-taking material. The last 15 minutes of class will be devoted to your questions.

Class Info:  1 meetings  Days: Sunday  Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm  Jun 10 - Jun 10, 2018

Tuition: Free

Site: Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center Executive Drive & Genesee Ave., La Jolla, CA 2nd Floor

For More Information:
Telephone: 760-415-3889


A resident of Carlsbad since 1983, Mike is a photographer, videographer, and instructor. He turned his attention to photo and video work after finishing a 22-year career with Hewlett-Packard. He received his undergraduate degree in Economics at UC San Diego and his MBA from UCLA. He is a volunteer instructor at the Carlsbad Senior Center and he provides tech help at local retirement communities. He is active with the North County Photographic Society (a past president) and the North County Videomakers club. Mike teaches classes in digital photography, video, and the iPad. Visit his website ( for more information.






MAKOR is compiled and produced by San Diego Center for Jewish Culture and is generously funded by the Joseph and Dorothy Goldberg Charitable Trust.