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Volunteers Needed

We Love Our Librarians!


Learn more about the Genealogy Library’s hidden treasures by volunteering to be a librarian. No experience necessary. Training will be provided. There are three-hour (9:45 AM - 1:00 PM and 1:00 PM - 4:15 PM) and six-hour shifts available (9:45 AM - 4:15 PM), as well as five-hour Tuesday evening shifts (4:00 PM – 9:00 PM). Contact Library Director Anne Billeter at for additional information.

HELP WANTED: One-time Paint Job

Our new electronic sign is here, and we could use some help! Prior to it being installed we need to paint the uprights and framing. If anyone would like to volunteer please email or call the library and leave your name and phone number for Katie Haugse.

Looking for Rogue Digger Contributors

 Have you found a technique or resource that has helped you in your research or that might help others? Have you discovered something interesting in local history or genealogy that you would be willing to write about and share with our membership? If so, our publication, The Rogue Digger, needs you! The Rogue Digger is a genealogical periodical that reports information helpful to members and researchers by sharing the results of genealogical investigations, especially those related to the Rogue Valley or to our membership. Submissions can be a mere page long or up to 10 pages long, with or without photos or illustrations. If you have an idea but don’t quite know how to pull it together, our editor can advise and help; contact her at

 eNews Submissions

Members are invited and encouraged to write articles and/or submit photos for the eNews that are relevant to genealogy research, RVGS, and/or JCGL. The eNews is published on the first of each month. The deadline for article submission is the 20th of the preceding month. All articles should be composed in MS Word using the 12-point Arial font and sent as an email attachment to: Photos must be your own or permission obtained from the original photographer.

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