As a member of Anne Arundel Genealogical Society, you are entitled to:
♦ Access to Anne Arundel Readings Online. Readings Online is a great source of research material about Anne Arundel County families. It will contain excerpts from court records, family bibles, newspaper articles, and more, dating from the founding of the county in 1650 to the present. Back issues of Readings in print or on CD are available for sale at a discount to members.
♦ Delivery of our newsletter, Speaks, four times per year. Speaks covers a range of topics of interest to beginning, intermediate, and expert genealogists alike. Each issue contains a feature article and news about our Society and its activities. Also featured are tips on genealogy resources on the Internet, book reviews, and current happenings in the local and national genealogical community. Speaks is available in the Members Only area of our web site, and is delivered by email in .pdf format to all members who provide email addresses. Delivery of paper copy is available for a small additional charge for all members who wish to receive Speaks by regular mail.
♦ Programs on the first Thursday of each month at the Severna Park United Methodist Church, featuring presentations on a variety of genealogy topics.
♦ Access to the members-only area of our website, which contains audio and handouts of our monthly programs, Readings Online, and past copies of Speaks.
♦ Free publication of queries on our website and in Speaks.
♦ Free use of the Historical and Genealogical Research Center at the Kuethe Library in Glen Burnie. Our friendly and knowledgeable volunteer staff is there to assist you on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 10am until 4pm.
♦ A 10 percent discount on purchases of all AAGS books and merchandise.
♦ Publication of the surnames you are researching on our website and in our newsletter, Speaks, so current members can contact you to share information.
♦ Email reminders of upcoming programs and events sponsored by AAGS.
♦ A 20 percent hourly discount on research services by our volunteer genealogists at the Kuethe Library.