UVTAGG - 2020-10-05 - Press release and blog - online meeting, Sat 10 Oct 2020, 10 am-Noon MDT, BETH TAYLOR, CG, on DNA
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UVTAGG MEETING, Saturday 10 Oct 2020 - free online on Facebook and Zoom
10:05-11:00 am MDT -- GENETIC GENEALOGY: AN INTRODUCTION TO DNA by BETH TAYLOR, CG
11:10-12:00 Noon MDT -- DNA: I'VE TESTED. NOW WHAT? by BETH TAYLOR, CG
Details and link for watching on https://www.uvtagg.org and on the UVTAGG Facebook page
UVTAGG Meeting (Utah Valley Technology and Genealogy Group)
Saturday, 10 Oct 2020, 10:00am-Noon MDT, free online on Facebook and Zoom
10:05-11:00 am: GENETIC GENEALOGY: AN INTRODUCTION TO DNA by BETH TAYLOR, CG
11:10-12:00 noon: DNA: I'VE TESTED. NOW WHAT? by BETH TAYLOR, CG
Link to watch on UVTAGG wepagee https://uvtagg.org and on UVTAGG Facebook page; members of UVTAGG can watch on ZOOM, which is more interactive, by logging in at https://zoom.us/j/909-878-8837 . You'll be in a Waiting Room until your UVTAGG membership is verified. The online broadcast will be from the "Red Chapel" of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 4012 North Timpview Dr. (650 East), Provo, Utah 84604. (A few people can attend in-person there with masks and social distancing due to the Coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic.)
DESCRIPTION OF MAIN PRESENTATION by BETH TAYLOR, CG (10:05-11:00am MDT)
GENETIC GENEALOGY: AN INTRODUCTION TO DNA
Have you heard your friends and fellow genealogists enthuse about DNA but don't know what it's all about? Wondering if a DNA test is right for you? Come learn about DNA, why it's valuable, which tests you can take, and how it might be helpful in your genealogy research.
DESCRIPTION OF CLASS by BETH TAYLOR, CG (11:10-12:00 Noon MDT)
DNA: I'VE TESTED. NOW WHAT?
You've taken the DNA test. Now what do you do? Come learn how to use your DNA results to help you find answers to your genealogy research questions. This class will cover cousin matches, adoptions, and brick wall research.
BETH TAYLOR, CG, works as a US/Canada Research Specialist at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah. She is a Board-Certified genealogist (CG), holds a BA of History from Brigham Young University, and has worked for FamilySearch for almost 15 years. Her specialties include DNA, Quakers, organizing, land records, and probate records.
All meetings of the Group are open to the public with the goal of helping people use technology to further their family and personal history. Details and the link to watch online are on the UVTAGG webpage https://www.uvtagg.org/ and on the UVTAGG Facebook page. Members of the UVTAGG can watch on ZOOM which is more interactive. The blog and press releases are at http://blog.uvtagg.org/ and you can subscribe there to receive them by email. Besides being able to watch on ZOOM, members of the Group ($15/year) receive the monthly email newsletter TAGGology and access to the more than 400 videos of past presentations and classes. TAGGology contains a wealth of information for Temple and Family History Consultants and free sample copies of the Newsletter can be requested on the UVTAGG website. Officers are Gerhard Ruf, President; Laurie Castillo, 1st VP; Don Snow, 2nd VP; Don Engstrom, Secretary and Membership Officer; Marilyn Thomsen, TAGGology Newsletter Editor; Rayanne Melick, Finance Officer; Bruce Merrill and Jackson Andersen, Video and Librarians; Eileen Phelps, Special Projects Coordinator; Carol Hill, FamilySearch Facebook Coordinator; and Rick Wightman, Chris Stevenson, Brent Nelson, Jerry Castillo, and Rick Klemetson, Broadcast Specialists and Webmasters. The Group is in its 30th year. For further information contact President Gerhard Ruf at email@example.com (801-225-6106), or 1st VP Laurie Castillo at firstname.lastname@example.org , or 2nd VP Don Snow at email@example.com .
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