Submitted by the Pastfinders of South Lake

Join Pastfinders to welcome Mags Gaulden virtually from Ontario, Canada as she teaches us the ins and outs of using our DNA in a project group.

A DNA group Project allows the researchers to share their DNA with other people in a group that may share something in common with each other.  It could be a surname, a geographical location, a haplogroup number or another common variable.

The different types of groups may require autosomal, Y-DNA, or mtDNA.

Learn more about how you can get your DNA in the correct project group by registering for this great event on our website.

Registration is required for Zoom attendance, but if you are going to attend in person please come to the Cooper Memorial Library in Clermont and secure your seat prior to the start of the presentation on October 12th. 

Announcements start at 4:30, Mag’s presentation is at 5 PM followed by Q&A. You can also like us on Facebook PastfindersofSL

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