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Beginning Genealogy Class 2 is September 23

By Mike Watson

A Beginning Genealogy Class will be held from NoonCT until 2pmCT on Saturday, September 23, 2023, at the Adair Genealogy & History Research Center of the Adair County Public Library, 307 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY.

This session is geared toward the beginning researcher and will touch upon the basics of fact collecting and organization. However, anyone of any age may attend to refresh their skills. If you attended the first class in July, this one will continue with many of the same concepts--so come on back. If you did not attend the first session, this is a different presentation and you may benefit from Part 2 as much as from Part 1.

It does not matter how much or how little you know about family research, this session is designed to orient the researcher and assist in locating information on family.

No tools will be needed except a pen or pencil and something on which to make notes. Attendees may bring your own laptop or digital device to access wifi, but this is not mandatory.

Handouts will guide you through much of the session. Use of the existing genealogical-historical collection of the Research Center and the Adair Genealogical Society will also be highlighted.

For more information: or 270.380.1024 or check out our FaceBook pages: Adair Genealogical Society; Adair, Cumberland, and Metcalfe County KY Genealogy and History; or Adair County Public Library.

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