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Welcome to the Clark County Genealogical Society. The CCGS was founded by Margaretta Zimmerman and fourteen of her friends in 1972, and is a volunteer run organization dedicated to encourage, foster, educate, and organize activities related to genealogy. Whether you have Clark County connections or not, we invite you to join us in exploring your family history.

Volunteer Appreciation

Volunteer celebration

The September general meeting recognized CCGS volunteers. Pictured are Marion and Lowell Kenedy who celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary too! Marion is CCGS secretary and Lowell looks after the facility and is assistant treasurer.

Others on the appreciation list were:
Library volunteer: Paula Schoenlein, Sharon Cleveland
Newspaper vitals: Joy Kersteter, Mildred Kersteter, Holly Taylor, Beth Cross, Lucy Voller, Lethene Parks, Jane and Larry Germann
Library cleaning: Barbara Baker, Steve Cornick, Bill Whalley

Special Washington State Genealogical Society recognition: Finance Team Larry Germann, Eric Jordahl, Lowell Kenedy, Barbara Baker

What's New

Fall Class Schedule
See what's availablel

General Meeting
October 25, 10am-12n.
Dorothy Krugner -- Buttons, History...and Genealogy?
Learn about how buttons changed over time and how you might be able to date photographs using buttons.
More info

Did You Know?
CCGS sponsors free group viewing of Legacy Family Tree Webinars (web-based seminars on genealogical topics.) Check the schedule at the Legacy Webinar website or on the CCGS Events calendar and join us at 715 Grand Blvd.
The CCGS library now has free access to the library edition of

Want to keep track of CCGS Meetings and Events?
View our Events Calendar

CCGS Genealogical Magazine Subscriptions

Support CCGS--Join the Fred Meyer Community Reward Program

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