About SIGS

The Sno-Isle Genealogical Society is a not-for-profit organization devoted to furthering genealogical research and education, housing genealogical materials and promoting interest in Family History. The Society is committed to recording and publishing genealogical data concerning Snohomish and Island Counties, in the State of Washington.

SIGS Officers 2019-20

To learn a bit about our officers’ experiences with their own genealogy click here

President: 

Vice President: 

Secretary: 

Treasurer: 

Brenda Sanchez

Janet Callahan

Phylis Jorgenson

Samantha Morales

SIGS Meetings, Focus Groups,
Classes & Events

The Society’s General Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of the month, September through June (no meetings in July or August), followed by a program or presentation. Visit the meetings page for information about meeting locations, times and program topics.

The SIGS Board meets on the 3rd Monday of the month (except in June and July) at 10 a.m.  All members are invited to attend.

SIGS has a variety of  workshops and special interest groups. Find our more about them on our Meetings, Focus Groups & Workshops page. All classes, workshops and focus/discussion groups meet at Humble House and are open to all;  no fee or registration required.

How to Get Involved in SIGS

Want to become more involved with SIGS? There are lots of ways you can – from attending meeting to volunteering your time.  You can find more information on our Get Involved page.

A bit about volunteering: SIGS is 100% a volunteer organization; we have no paid staff. There are lots of opportunities to volunteer and we welcome anyone who has even an hour or two available. There is no minimum time requirement. Opportunities are available for both members and students who might want to earn volunteer credits/community hours or intern with us. Check out some of the opportunities to volunteer; If you’re interested, please contact volunteer@snoislegen.org.