SGS Centennial Celebration Survey
Fellow Genealogists, and Friends of the Society,

The Seattle Genealogical Society was founded almost 100 years ago (1923) by a group of eight individuals with the purpose of (1) forming an active genealogical society and (2) beginning a library collection available for Pacific Northwest researchers. Despite some rough patches, and a relatively dormant (but still alive!) period during World War II, SGS is still provides quality genealogical education and has one of the most extensive genealogical libraries in our region.

The Board would like to celebrate the 100th birthday of SGS appropriately and are soliciting ideas from the membership on how you would like to celebrate this achievement. Please think about celebratory events you have attended that were fun, and well received. Share your thoughts below.

You can also email your ideas to

Thank you. Here's to another 100!!

Lisa Oberg & Jill Morelli, Centennial Co-Chairs
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What events would honor the 100th birthday of SGS appropriately? (Check all that you think would be appropriate for the SGS Centennial.) *
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If you would like to volunteer for an ad hoc Centennial event or task, please let us know. If you answer this question positively, please give us your email address below.
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