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Meet the Genealogy Guys!

Meet the Genealogy Guys!

March 5, 2020

Whether you are an expert genealogist, or you have no idea where to start, never fear; the “Genealogy Guys” are here!

Midwest Genealogy Center’s annual Spring Seminar brings you the men behind The Genealogy Guys podcast, George G. Morgan and Drew Smith!

Smith and Morgan will discuss the latest news about genealogy and delve into topics that interest every genealogist from beginner to expert, including Organizing Your Genealogy Research Process, Clues in the News:  Your Ancestors in Community Context, Principles of Effective Evidence Analysis, and Before You Test: DNA Basics You Need to Know. 

So, mark your calendars for March 28 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and enjoy a daylong event with interesting classes, lunch, and prizes! Join us in our new Community Hall and listen and learn from the “Genealogy Guys”! Please register on Eventbrite.com or by calling the Midwest Genealogy Center at 816.252.7228.

Kayla H.
Midwest Genealogy Center

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