Utah Valley Technology and Genealogy Group

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The Utah Valley Technology and Genealogy Group

(UVTAGG) Mission: Your Source for Technology Help in Family History The Utah Valley Technology and Genealogy Group is a grass-roots, non-profit, tax-exempt educational organization.  It is devoted to fostering the use of technology for family history.

Meetings:

Our meetings are open to the public. They are held on the 2nd Saturday of each month from 9:00 a.m. until noon, except December, at the Red Brick Chapel 4050 North 650 East (Timpview Dr.), Provo, UT.

The usual format is a main presentation for the first half, with breakout classes the second half. Website: Our website is found at http://uvtagg.org/. Its information is available to the public. News of the upcoming meeting, a list of past presentations, and many class notes are also posted. We also have links to various Utah County resources.

Member Benefits:

Benefits available to dues-paying members are the TAGGology, our monthly newsletter in pdf and/or hard-copy format, and a DVD library of main presentations and selected classes for loan or purchase (usually $3 per DVD). A list of DVD titles is found on our website. See http://uvtagg.org/videolibrary/.

We also offer a sample newsletter if you send your request to sample@uvtagg.org. How to Join: Memberships run from January to December. Annual dues are $10 for electronic membership or $15 for electronic & hard-copy newsletters in the U.S. or $25 outide the U.S. See http://uvtagg.org/ for details. Dues can be paid online through PayPal, or mailed to UVTAGG, PO Box 970242, Orem, UT 84097-0242.

For more information contact the Membership Secretary at membership@uvtagg.org or call 801-225-6106