Officers of the Mitchell Area Genealogical Society:

Dr. Carol Ragle - President
Beth Walz - Vice President
Andie Sindt - Secretary
Kermit Black
- Treasurer

Our inventories include:  City Directories, Town and Church historical publications, Various School Annuals, Donated family histories and genealogies, maps, telephone books, cemetery records,  school census records, 18451 Obituaries, 8654 Marriage Records, 25680 Birth Records and many other resources. 

Subscriptions:  We currently subscribe to several online genealogy sites as well as genealogical magazines.

Pioneer Certificates, Early Settler Certificates and Century Family Certificates available.  

Volunteer members will help with genealogy questions, a fee may be involved for research.

MAGS introduces “Your Dash”, each month a different topic will be discussed to help you define your dash (Birth – Death). Take time to pause, reflect, honor, and share your life’s journey.  This is a great tool to record your life’s story.  We will be working on this one topic at a time for the next 8 months. Call 996-3209 to sign up or for more information. Sign-up is encouraged but is not required.

The Mitchell Area Genealogical  Society is an organization dedicated to the collection and preservation of materials concerning the genealogy of the local area.  MAGS has been
organized for educational, cultural and genealogical purposes. The Mitchell Area Genealogical Society Programs are held at the Carnegie Resource Center on the first Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. Check the events calendar for our program schedule.  These

programs are open to the public.

The Mitchell Area Genealogical Society Business Operations meetings are held on the fourth Monday of the month at the Carnegie Resource
Center, 119 W Third Ave. at 7:00 p.m.

Mitchell Area Genealogical Society