Kimball Family Association Genealogy
Special Gifts for Special Kimballs
Christmas is getting close. Consider getting your special Kimball a unique gift for These items are embroidered with the Kimball Coat of Arms. Plush fleece jackets, scarves, and blankets for those cold winter days, aprons for the cook, T-shirts for everyday, and warm robes to cuddle up in at night. And for the avid genealogist in your family, KFA has just finished Volumes II & III of "The Kimball Family in America". Profits from these goods go to sponsor an educational scholarship for a deserving Kimball. And we have the perfect "stocking stuffer": a $10 annual membership to the Kimball Family Association. The membership fees support the extensive research being done to complete Volumes IV and V as well as other cost like the quarterly newsletter. KFA is a non-profit, all volunteer organization.
Our dues year has been changed to Jan 1 to Dec 31st of each year instead of July 1st to June 30th. This takes effect Jan 1, 2015. Dues will remain at $10.00 per year - January 1st through December 31st each year.
Download this membership form to renew. Thank you to those who have already sent in their membership dues.
For those who are not members, please consider joining .
KFA is a non-profit organization that depends on volunteers to run it. But there are still expenses to make this
a viable organization. We depend completely on our dues to fund our activities and research of the Kimball family
lineage. Learn more here.
KFA's Facebook Page
2014 Reunion News
We have the photographs of this year's Reunion posted on our Web site. There are a number of attendees who are not identified, so if you can provide any names, please email us at mykimball AT kimballfamilyorganization DOT com
As far as the committee chairs for Genealogy, Scholarship, Reunion, and a new Meda chair, they remain mostly the same. See "Current Officers" for details.
Our new President has exciting plans for the future to expand KFA's mission and grow the organization. In his acceptance speech, David emphasized that he wanted to focus on “Community”. He spoke of the community of people at the reunion, the community of members (about 250), the community on our KFA Web site, the community of KFA's FaceBook page, our Scholarship Community, and the Kimball communities throughout the country. He also mentioned that with today’s technology, it is now just as easy to develop a community anywhere in the United States as it is in just in New England.
To succeed, there will need to be more volunteers to help with tasks small to large. Please email us at mykimball AT kimballfamilyassociation DOT com. if you are interested in helping out with any of the committees listed above. We need you.
LAST UPDATE: 12/13/14