Invitation to all SCVGS Members

The January topic for the SCVGS display case will be
We are inviting all members who have taken trips to find their heritage to contribute written statement/stories, photos, maps, and memorabilia for the display.  You may submit as little or as much as you would like to tell.   The Oct/Nov issue of the AARP magazine has a great article on this subject and is helpful in explaining just what we’re looking for.
Please submit photocopies only of any valuable items or photographs.  All material will be returned to all who participate.
You may bring your materials to the December meeting, place it in the Jennette mailbox in the Genealogy Lab, or call us (520-818-6332) to make arrangements to pick up your submissions.  Please send any questions to our email address:
We look forward to receiving your stories about your
 “Return to Your Roots”
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October Treasurer’s Report


Click here to see the October Treasurer’s Report. Treasurer’s Report 10-19

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October General Meeting Minutes


Click on the link to see the October General Meeting Minutes. Genealogy General Meeting Oct 2019

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DNA: Integrated Tools eWorkshop

Family History Fanatics is conducting an online eWorkshop DNA: Integrated Tools, the evenings of Dec 5th, 12th and 19th. The eWorkshop is designed for the intermediate genetic genealogist (or for the beginner that wants to push themselves some more). The eWorkshop will cover various aspects of clustering matches and how to use this information with other tools to identify the relationship of unknown matches. Participants will learn how to integrate tools from various DNA websites to further their genealogy research. Six hours of interactive instruction for the early bird price is $24.99 through November 18th and $29.99 thereafter. More details and registration can be found at: DNA: Integrated Tools eWorkshop details .

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October is Family History Month

Several experienced genealogists from the Pima County Genealogy Society will be leading beginner level family history classes at various locations of the Pima County Library system during the month of October. Learn how to start your family tree using resources at home, online, and in the library. No Registration is required. Email for more information or call the library info line at (520) 791-4010. To view the PCGS website, go to: PCGS website .  For a schedule (including the one at the Oro Valley branch this Wednesday, Oct 9th from 3-5PM go to : Family History Month at the Pima County Library .

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