Tricounty News

Genealogy facts and fun

It is free and open to the public 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19 at Stearns History Museum.

“Amateur genealogists, beware. Researching your ancestry doesn’t always turn up heroes and royalty. It may turn up an unsavory character,” writes Sue Shellenbarger. The St. Cloud Area Genealogists know all about finding the good, the bad, and the interesting in genealogy. At November’s meeting SCAG board members will present short stories about some of their personal experiences during genealogy research.

Join the St. Cloud Area Genealogists at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19, to hear a tell-all from board members on their genealogy-related experiences. During the break, the organization will have a “Shop ’Til You Drop” with an inventory closeout on selected St. Cloud Area Genealogists items (this does not include products sold in the
Stearns History Museum Store).

The St. Cloud Area Genealogists, Inc. was organized in October 1973 to promote genealogical interest and research, compile records for organizational and public use, and encourage public interest in genealogy by providing educational activities and oppor-
tunities. The organization meets
the third Tuesday of the month January to May and September to November.