SIGs

Fairfax Genealogical Society's Special Interest Groups (SIGs) meet at a variety of times and locations. Email the coordinator for more information.
Meetings schedules are subject to change.


Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
The Society has several active Special Interest Groups (SIGs) that serve to support Members with interests in special genealogical topics.

Volunteer Opportunities! We have several SIGs that are in need of leaders. These SIGs do not meet unless there is a SIG Leader to organize activities. If you are interested in becoming a SIG Leader, please visit the Volunteer Opportunities page for more information.
Beginner's SIG
Chuck Mason, SIG Leader
cgrs791@netscape.com
Certification SIG
Richard Camaur, SIG Leader
rcamaur1@cs.com
Carolina and Georgia Connections SIG
Nell Hurley, SIG Leader
hurleyjenkins@erols.com
Daytime Methodology SIG
Rita Witkowski, SIG Leader
rita6@cox.net
Family History Writing SIG
Will White, SIG Leader
willwhite2@verizon.net
German SIG
Sharon MacInnes, SIG Leader
smacinnes@cox.net
Irish SIG
Paul McFarland, SIG Leader
p7a2u4@verizon.net
Mid-Atlantic SIG
Sharon B. Hodges, SIG Leader
shodges782@verizon.net
Midwestern SIG
The SIG Leader position is currently vacant.
New England Study Group SIG
Linda MacLachlan, SIG Leader
ggrandmac@verizon.net
NGS Home Study Course SIG
Lee James Irwin, SIG Leader
familymatters2u@gmail.com
Speakers SIG
Chuck Mason, SIG Leader
cgrs791@netscape.com
Surnames Projects and Genetic Genealogy SIG
Jim Logan, SIG Leader
jjlnv@comcast.net
Technology SIG
The SIG Leader position is currently vacant.