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.


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