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Adair Genealogical Society announcing speakers for 2020

The Adair County Genealogical Society went over coming events for the new year at its December meeting business session Monday at the Adair Public Library. One topic of discussion was on the naming of the new building coming next year which will house the growing history and genealogy department. Click 'read more' for the dates and speakers for 2020 meetings:

Adair County Genealogical Society
Regular Meeting Schedule 2020

January 6, 2020: Phil Hanna--Genealogy of a Document

February 3, 2020: Patricia Harper--Health and Genealogy

March 2, 2020: Bill Hoover--Native Americans and Adoption

April 6, 2020: Business Meeting

May 4, 2020: Kandie Adkinson, Kentucky Land Office, Land Grant Process

June 1, 2020: Laura Gupton--To be decided

July 6, 2020: Business Meeting

August 3, 2020: Annita Barnett, DNA

September 7, 2020: No Meeting--Labor Day

October 5, 2020: To be announced

October 12, 2020: Silent City Cemetery Tour

November 2, 2020: Business Meeting

December 7, 2020: Christmas Social

Saturday Sessions, Genealogy Classes, 11-1 with all times Central

February 8, 2020: Mary Ann Loy--Historic Kentucky Kitchen

April 11, 2020: Mike Watson--Church Records in Research

June 13, 2020: To be announced.

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