Kentucky Genealogical Society
KGS 6-Session Course on DNA in Genealogy Begins Jan. 15
Starting Jan. 15, KGS will partner with the Paul Sawyier Public Library in downtown Frankfort to launch a six-session course designed for genealogists who want to add DNA to their research toolbox. The course is part of the KGS commitment to help researchers prepare for Seminar 2019 (Aug. 3, 2019), which will feature renowned genetic genealogist Dr. Blaine Bettinger. See "KGS Events" for details and registration information.

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Last Updated 11 Dec 2018

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Bluegrass Roots!
NOW ONLINE for KGS members: the Fall 2018 issue of Bluegrass Roots. Read about plans to make 2019 "The Year of DNA" as KGS offers sessions and resources to help DNA novices sharpen their skills and prepare for next year's KGS Seminar with The Genetic Genealogist, Dr. Blaine Bettinger. Not yet a KGS member? It's easy to join online.

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