Wake County Genealogical Society, North Carolina

About WCGS

The Wake County Genealogical Society (WCGS) was organized in April of 1982 to promote genealogical study and research; serve as a medium for the exchange of genealogical or historical information; encourage the preservation of genealogical or historical records; and provide cultural, educational, and social opportunities involving genealogy. In 1983, WCGS was incorporated as a nonprofit organization under the laws of the State of North Carolina.
 
WCGS meets the fourth Tuesday of each month from September through May.  However, the November and December meetings are combined and occur in early December.  For upcoming meeting information please visit the WCGS Events page.
 
WCGS usually meets at the Cameron Village Library located at 1930 Clark Ave, Raleigh, NC 27605. (Click for a map.)
 


Operating Year: September 2020 - August 2021


Board of Directors
President: Carla Stancil
President-in-training: Monique Bunch
Director: Heather Choplin
Director: Ed Webb
Corresponding Secretary: Linda Hames
Membership: Carol Kimball Stahl
Past President: Kathy Ruse
Program Chair: George Thomas
Recording Secretary: Ms. Barbara McGeachy
Treasurer: Stephanie Ernst
VP Communications: Donna Shackle
 
Committees
Wake Treasures, Editor: Donna Shackle
Wake Treasures Copyeditor: Heather Choplin
Wake Gen. Watch (Newsletter): Cynthia Deal
Website: Cynthia Gage
Volunteer Coordinator: Saundra Cropps
 
Other Positions
Lulu Support: Lynne Deese
Queries: Saundra Cropps
 
 
Our operating documents are available here: