|Clayton Library for Genealogical Research in Houston. Having an activity on how to preserve photos.|
Facebook has a new version of RAOGK They also have many genealogy research communities and research groups. If you are interested in helps for Genealogy Societies, and tips on research, We Tree is an example of genealogy service. There are several technological helpers in the blogging genealogy community 4YourFamilyStory , Modern Software Experience , and geneabloggers.com are examples. If you just Google 'genealogy societies bulletin', or something similar, you will find a wealth of genealogy societies that have websites and information on what they have to share. I only shared a very small example of awesome bloggers of genealogy helps.
I am glad I am in the genealogy world. I love the way they help us learn, and research. It is uplifting to watch how they encourage each other to continue their research. Other areas of society would do well to watch and learn from them on how to build people up.
If you are interested in helping this link is about volunteering. Check with your local genealogy library they can use volunteers too, as their budgets may have been cut reducing their staff.