Founded in June of 1988, the Scurry County Genealogy Society of Abilene, Texas, once had 60 members. However, the group's numbers have since dwindled away, now numbering between 10 and 12 active members. The society collected reference books and published their own copies of White Buffalo Tales, the Pitners' cemetery guide and cookbooks. Most of the reference material will remain where it has always been stored: in the Scurry County Library when the group disbands. However, the society plans to donate their original research to the Scurry County Museum.
You can read much more in an article by Ronald W. Erdrich in the Reporter-News web site at http://goo.gl/Aq4z0.
UPDATE: The link to the article in the Reporter-News web site apparently changed overnight. I updated the link this morning and http://goo.gl/Aq4z0 is the new link and working this morning.
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