The Polish Genealogical Society of Minnesota
As a branch of the Minnesota Genealogical Society, the purposes of PGS-MN are to provide an association for persons interested in the genealogy of Polish-Americans and provide opportunities for exchange of ideas and information related to genealogical practices and experiences. PGS-MN also provides programs for instruction and education to increase an interest in Polish history, culture and genealogical research, encompassing both historic and current geographic boundaries.
The PGS-MN Constitution and Bylaws can be viewed here. Job descriptions for the Board of Directors and Committee Chairs are also available by clicking the title in the charts below.
|Board of Directors||Term Ends|
|Director I||Connie Waldherr||1/2023|
|Director II||Kay Freund||1/2024|
|Director III||Mike Stodolka||1/2023|
|Director IV||Tom Losinski||1/2024|
|Past President||Peggy Larson|
|Annual Meeting & Awards||Richard Theissen & John Rys|
|Database Project Leader||John Rys|
|From Poland to Minnesota Project Leader||Paula Colwell|
|Research & Library||John Rys & Bob Kraska|
The Polish Genealogical Society of Minnesota hosts program meetings on Polish Genealogy and Culture six times each year. Meetings take place from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on the first Saturday of the month, noted below.
Meetings are held at the Minnesota Genealogy Center and streamed virtually.