National Hispanic Heritage Month

Email Announcement from NGS (National Genealogical Society): National Hispanic Heritage Month Resources The National Genealogical Society (NGS) is pleased to join the celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month (15 September–15 October). As noted on the Library of Congress’s National Hispanic Heritage Month website, this month honors the “histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose…

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Second Annual Members’ Social

Second Annual Members’ SocialAt Karen Yudnich’s Home Come and join us for our second annual members’ social get-together hosted by Karen and Bob Yudnich at their home in Broomfield. What to bring? Please bring meat (hambers, hotdogs, brats or chicken) or vegetables (corn-on-the-cob, bell peppers, onions, squash, asparagus) to grill and a side-dish or dessert…

NGS Releases New Research in the States Books: New Mexico and Oregon

Press Release from National Genealogical Society: Two new Research in the States books—Research in New Mexico by Karen Stein Daniel, CG, and Research in Oregon, 3rd Edition, by Connie Miller Lenzen, CG, FNGS – are now available in the NGS store in both PDF and print versions. In Research in New Mexico, author Karen Stein…

RootsTech 2022 Recap

RootsTech 2022 has come to a close, but your opportunity to learn continues… While the event is complete, recordings of the event’s activities are available online. Consider further development of your genealogical skills by consulting over 1,000 courses, workshops and educational activities on YouTube. See the RootsTech 2022 Highlights and then consult the various recorded…

Social Media Volunteers Needed!

Social Media Volunteer for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. Do have have experience with Facebook, Instagram, or Pinterest? We are looking for individuals to join our Social Media Committee. Your primary responsibilities will include working with our Publicity Chair and Web Content Editor to create social media posts and implement a broader marketing strategy to promote…

First Families of Colorado Recognition Program

The Colorado Council of Genealogy Societies introduced First Families of Colorado Recognition Program in 1983. There are three categories of certificates: First Family:  Ancestor must have been born in, or settled in, the land area of what is now Colorado before 1861. Territorial Family:  Ancestor must have been born in, or settled in, a territory…