Join SKCGS

Membership is open to any person interested in research and study of family history. We welcome your participation!

Annual Membership

  • Single: $20.00
  • Dual: $30.00, applies to any two members in the same household

There are two ways to purchase a new annual membership, renew your current membership, or purchase a gift membership:

At our SKCGS On-Line Store

OR

You may download the Membership Application, print the form, fill it in, and mail it with your check to SKCGS Membership, 4822 SW Niesz Ct., Seattle, WA  98116.

Note:  You will recieve a receipt for your membership payment. We have discontinued sending out membership cards at this time.


Membership Benefits

  • SKCGS is now holding their regular meeting virtually on the 3rd Saturday of the month (except July, August & December), from 9:30 a.m. until noon. The meetings are free, open to the public and consist of a social period from 9:30-10:00, a short business meeting as needed, and followed by a featured speaker or special program. The programs vary and include such topics as church records, using maps in research, American Indian Research, The National Archives and court records. Meetings are held over Google Meet at this time.
  • The opportunity to meet experienced genealogists who may be able to provide answers to research questions.
  • A lending library containing numerous books is available at each regular meeting. The bulk of the Society's ever-growing collection is housed at the Auburn Public Library, 1102 Auburn Way S., Auburn, Washington. (KCLS Libraries are currently closed)
  • The weekly blog which you can find on the SKCGS webpage.
  • Special Interest Groups such as DNA/Genetic Genealogy, Family Tree Maker, and Technical Users Group meet monthly (virtually at this time).
  • Seminars are held periodically to assist you with research techniques.

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P.O. Box 3174, Kent, WA 98089-0203
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