What’s happening?

  • Visit the SCVGS computer room in the Welcome Center with your research project.  We have access to these paid subscriptions:  Ancestry.com, Archives.com, FindMyPast, Fold3, Genealogy Bank, My Heritage, and Newspapers.com.  Go to our Club Room Calendar to see when our room will be open, or to sign up to monitor.
  • Visit the SCVGS library catalog to see what books are available in the club library.  Click here for Online Catalog.
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May Treasurer’s Report


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The Genetic Detective


There is a new TV show on ABC (KGUN 9) on Tuesdays at 9PM called The Genetic Detective. It stars CeCe Moore. She is famous for her genetic genealogy skills. The show focuses on cold case crimes that Cece Moore has helped solve using her genetic genealogy detective skills. I watched the first one and it was interesting (although I wish it had focused more on genetic genealogy and less on the crime). The episodes are called:

Episode 1: May 26th – The Case of the Missing Lovebirds

Episode 2: June 2nd – Hunt for the Runaway Killer

Episode 3: June 9th – Who Killed Angie Dodge?

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April Treasurer’s Report


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March Treasurer’s Report


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Free Lessons & Resources from Ancestry

Ancestry is offering free lessons for K-12 through its website Ancestry K12 .  At the top banner go to the far right and click on Resources. That will bring up a set of lesson plans, Research Guides, Interesting topics on Newspapers.com, Documents, Charts and forms. If you have a subscription to Ancestry, you can go straight to it.

Free Ancestry Lessons and Resources


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