Broomfield Genealogy Society
Our mission is to promote interest in genealogy, supporting our members and the interested public through education and genealogical research. We encourage genealogical research through careful documentation and the maintenance of quality genealogical standards, to locate and preserve public and private genealogical records with a particular interest in those resources located in Broomfield and to help make those records available to the public.
For more about the history of the Society, go to the History page.
GENEALOGY MONTHLY MEETINGS
We are in the Denver metropolitan area, conveniently located along HWY 36 between Denver and Boulder. Meetings are held at 6:30 pm February through November in the 2nd-floor meeting room of the Mamie Doud Eisenhower Library. We meet on the third Monday, except for February, when we will meet on the previous Thursday, due to the Monday holiday. Our meetings are open to the public and visitors are welcome to attend. Please check the schedule for dates and program topics.
During the current Covid-19 restrictions, we are holding our meetings virtually via Zoom.
Members will receive Zoom meeting invite via email.
For guests and non-members, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, to receive an email invite.
For membership information, please see our Join / Renew Membership page.
2022 Society Officers and Volunteers
President – Dick Wolfe
Vice President – Karen Yudnich
Secretary – Kay Miller
Treasurer – Bob Yudnich
Director of Membership – Cindy Elger
Director of Education – Kirk Hayer
Director of Activities – Dana Smith, Cathy Rudmann, Vickie Jany
Past President – Conrad Jackson
Editor, Welcome Notes Newsletter – Sandy Keifer-Roberts, and Julie Miller (reviewer)
Webmaster – Kirk Hayer
Colorado Council (CCGS) Representative – Karen Yudnich, Kirk Hayer
National Genealogy Society (NGS) Delegate – Kirk Hayer
Broomfield Genealogy Society
PO. Box 1839
Broomfield, CO 80038
GENEALOGY AFFILIATE MEMBERSHIPS
We are an affiliate member of the National Genealogical Society (NGS), which was organized in 1903 in Washington, DC. It is the first national genealogical organization in the United States. The NGS helps individuals learn about their family history. For more information, please click on the NGA logo.
We are also an affiliate member of the Colorado Council of Genealogical Societies (CCGS). Our CCGS delegate volunteer attends CCGS quarterly meetings to exchange information and ideas with other genealogical societies in Colorado. Click on the CCGS logo below to view other genealogy societies in Colorado.
Map / Directions
For when we are meeting in-person…
From 120th Ave and Main Street:
- Head east on W 120th Ave toward Greenway Dr N (0.2 mi)
- Turn left onto Lamar St and go north (0.1 mi) (1st Ave)
- Continue north onto Spader Way (0.1 mi)
- Turn left onto Community Park Rd (443 ft)
- Turn right to stay on Community Park Rd
- Destination will be on the left
The library is a large building on the north side. Ask at the main desk where the BGS meeting is being held.