Our members engage in genealogy research that encompasses many states, countries, and topics.
If you would like to donate to the MCGS you may do so below.
MCGS is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit. Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.
Click the icon to join our Facebook Group. You will be able to communicate with other members and post interesting genealogy related information.
After asking to 'Join' will will need to answer a few simple questions, then read and agree to the group rules.
- Society meetings are held on the second Thursday of the month at 7 PM. See schedule below for program details.
- Many meetings are held in a hybrid (Zoom/in-person) format. Check your e-mails for details
- Meetings are held at the US Bank Building, United Way Offices (Conference Room), Third Floor, 422 White Ave.
The MCGS Business Meetings are held held either before or after the regular meeting.
MCGS Programs and Calendar of Events
What research skills/areas would you like to learn more about in the coming year? Contact one of our Program Committee members with your suggestions. We would love to have your input. Make your preferences known; monthly programs should be a group effort.
|July 1||First Friday help session, 10AM - 12PM, Fruita Branch MCPLD|
|July 12||"Locating Images of Ancestors - Putting a Face to That Name" - Presentation by Andy Likins - Genealogical Speaker's Guild. 7PM regular meeting location|
|Aug 5||First Friday help session, 2PM -4PM, Palisade Branch MCPLD|
|Aug 11||Annual MCGS Potluck Picnic. LDS Church outdoor shelter. See your email for more details.|
Genealogy Events of Interest
Current Officers, Board Members, and Committee Chairs
|Dave Fishell||Vice President|
|Pamela Paxton||Karen Sturgill||Karen McGuirk|
|Program Committee||Laurie Buniger, Karen McGuirk, Dave Fishell, Gail Woodmansee|
|Membership/Outreach||LaDawn Sexton, committee member: Jan Wilson|
Mesa County Genealogical Society is a member of the Colorado Council of Genealogical Societies (CCGS) and the National Genealogical Society (NGS). The Federation of Genealogical Societies (FGS) was merged with the NGS in the summer of 2019.
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