The Flint Genealogical Society's
Next meeting will be:
September 6, 2022 at 6 pm
Flint Public Library.
1026 E. Kearsley St.
Flint, MI 48503
We will be given a tour of the Library.
( * Info updated on June 3, 2022 )
When Submitting an article to the
Flint Genealogical Society
for our publication standards.
Our FGS logo on our office in the Sloan Museum.
( On left above Our new office in the newly renovated Sloan Museum,
& photo that I took March 29, 2022 of the Sloan Museum on the right above. )
The FGS office in the Sloan Museum is now open,
Wednesdays from 9 - 11 am, 12:30 - 3pm.
And other times by appointment.
Entrance is controlled at this time.
Please call in advance so we know you are coming.
When you are in the parking lot, call
Dale or Della and they will meet you at the door and bring you to the office.
For Dale or Della phone number click on Members
login, then click on
"The Sloan Museum"
tab under Members
<-- on the green bar on left.
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