The SaddleBrooke Genealogy Club is open to all SaddleBrooke residents who enjoy exploring their heritage, along with other like-minded genealogy enthusiasts. All experience levels are welcome, whether you are just beginning or have many years of experience. The purpose of our group is to learn from experts in the field through speaker forums as well as joining in group discussions with our experienced members.

If you live in SaddleBrooke and have an interest in your ancestral background, please join us at one of our scheduled meetings.

The SaddleBrooke Genealogy Club meets on the first Thursday of the month at 1 p.m. inside HOA-1’s Coyote Room. Formal meetings are held January through May and September through December. These meetings normally have a guest speaker who presents valuable information on a variety of subjects. We also meet on an informal basis during the summer months for the sharing of ideas, experiences and problem areas with other club members.

Our annual dues are $15 per person, which provides our members with access to our library of research materials. Interested folks may attend two free meetings prior to becoming members.

For more information, call Jeri Taylor, President, at (253) 279-6153 or send an email to You can also reach Rick Morrison, Treasurer, by phone at (520) 878-7958 or send an email to Visit our website at

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