Sacramento German Genealogy Society

German Mentors - You have two Options

SGGS Study Group Meetings
 
SGGS' monthly meetings normally start with an 11 am Study Group folllowed by the 1 pm general meeting. At the Study Group, two differerent activities are available.
 
Study Group Tables: Sit at one of the large round tables to participate in an informal workshop lead by a knowledgeable volunteer. Each table is run by a different volunteer. Frequently, the guest speaker is also there to lead a table. All of this is subject to a sufficient number of volunteers being available. Some tables have a theme as per the sign on the table.
 
20-min. Consultations with Michael Mayer-Kielmann: At the beginning of the Study Group meeting, there will be a sign-up sheet for 20-minute consualtions during that meeting. Michael will have his Internet-connected laptop comptuer with him. Michael cannot guarantee to be available for all meetings.
Shirley Riemer leading a table with Ingeborg Carpenter in the background.
 
Guest speaker Baerbel Johnson leading a table.
 
Michael Mayer-Kielmann providing a 20-min. consultation.
 
Sacramento FamilySearch Library
 
Help by SGGS volunteers is again available at the Sacramento FamilySearch Library. One volunteer is presently participating and will be available 1 to 4 pm every fourth Thursday beginning Septemer 2018. The volunteer will be located at one of the tables in the books room.
 
2745 Eastern Avenue, Sacramento
(between El Camino and Marconi Ave)
(916) 487-2090
 
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Befoe traveling there be sure to confirm that the facility will be open (closed during holidays and events).
Entrance to the Sacramento FamilySearch Library.
 
Family History Center in Elk Grove
 
Consultations will not be available
until January 2019.
  
Michael Mayer-Kielmann is generally available as a mentor and German language translator on Thursdays (10 a.m. to 1 p.m.).
 
8925 Vintage Park Drive
Sacramento CA 95824
(916) 688-5554
 
 
 
 
 
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Befoe traveling there be sure to confirm that the facility will be open (closed during holidays and events).
Drive around to the left (west) side of the church. Enter through double-doors located midway along that side of the building. Parking is free. You can park in the church's lot near the library's entrance