Sunday, February 3, 2013
Meeting News Release
Tri-State Genealogical Society
(TSGS) Meeting Notice
When: Tuesday 12 February 2013 6:30 PM
Where: Willard Library – Bayard Room on the Second Floor
What: Monthly Meeting
A drawing for an attendance prize will be awarded at the close of the meeting... you must be present to win.
The Tri-State Genealogical Society will have a brief business meeting followed by our program: TSGS has announced that the program will feature Kenneth “Ken” E. Nowlan, Jr. presenting a very interesting program on “Making Sense of DNA: How Can It Assist Genealogical Research”.
How many of you have found people in your genealogical research and wondered if they were related, but could not find any proof? In today’s world there is a way to find that answer using DNA. We see on the news and on crime shows how DNA helps find the bad guys. Now you can find out how to use that technology in your research.
Ken E. Nowlan, Jr. earned his Bachelors Degree from Indiana University and his Masters Degree from University of Pennsylvania. He became a Certified Genealogist (SM) from the Board for Certification of Genealogists, he is the Project Administrator for DNA Surname Project on FamilyTreeDNA and is a Member of Tri-State Genealogical Society.
You do not have to be a member to come and participate at the society’s monthly meetings (except, no meetings in July and August).
IMPORTANT NOTICE: This time of the year, weather conditions may cause the society to cancel meetings... the decision to cancel usually is determined the day of the meeting, providing short notice. Since a bad weather system may develop later in the day (or that night), check our blog (http://tsgsblog.blogspot.com/) for cancellation notice or call Willard Library (812-425-4309).
Don Counts, TSGS President