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EAGLE RIVER GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
The Eagle River Genealogical Society was organized in June of 2005. The purpose of the society is to provide meetings and programs of genealogical interest, provide instruction in genealogical procedures and collect, preserve, and disseminate genealogical data found in the Eagle River/Vilas County area and or relative to the people of the area. The purpose as a society is “Providing you with the tools to discover your Roots and link you to your Family Tree”, and a place for you to meet other genealogist and attend programs and workshops of genealogical interest; to provide instruction in genealogical procedures; and to collect, preserve, and disseminate genealogical data relative to the people of this area.
Membership is open to anyone over the age of 16, with an interest in genealogy, which applies for membership and tenders the necessary dues. An individual membership is 10.00 per calendar year. Family memberships are open to two or more individuals residing at the same address. Dues are $20.00 per calendar year.
The Society meets monthly, the 2nd Monday at 600 pm, with a business and workshop agenda. Meeting notices are emailed a week prior to meeting. New members are always welcome.
LAKELAND AREA GENEALOGICAL SOCIETYLAGS is a group of local genealogists who have varying interests and degrees of experience in researching their family histories. The society meets once a month for a brief business meeting, and educational program and to help members with their research. Meetings are held at the Minocqua Library on the 2nd Tuesday of every month except for the months of July when a picnic is held at an area park and December when there is a Christmas Party at a local supper club. The starting time for all the regular meetings is 2:00 PM. Guests are always welcome.
Membership dues are $15.00 for individuals, families, or organizations, and include a monthly newsletter, which is an email newsletter. The membership year extends from April 1 through March 31.
The club has published "The Lakeland Area Cemetery Tombstone Inventory"; "Birth, Marriage & Death Indexes for The Times & Minocqua Times 1891-1926; and the "Birth, Marriage, Death and Miscellaneous Indexes for the Lakeland Times 1927-1949". These books are 'out of print'. For lookups contact the society by email. Currently the club is working on indexing the next decade of the newspaper.
Meetings are announced in the Lakeland Times, FYI, WRJO, and Wisconsin Public Radio. Also, flyers are placed monthly at all three of the participating libraries. For more information contact: Carol Williams or check our new website at New Website
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