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Avery Trace Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution is anxious to share information to help members of the public trace their roots.
The organization is planning a genealogy workshop on Feb. 26 in the clubhouse of Southwest Point Golf Club at 2002 Decatur Hwy., Kingston.
Sign-in will begin at 9 a.m., with the workshop following from 9:30 to noon.
Cost is $10 to cover instructional material.
Refreshments will be served.
“Anyone interested in learning how to find the vast amount of information on your long-lost ancestors will find this workshop to be of great value,” said Janice Black, workshop chairwoman.
“Roane County has a wealth of information, as do all other counties around Tennessee and the United States,” she ad-ded.
Chapter genealogy consultant Marcia Pickel and volunteer field genealogist Shirley Smith will conduct the workshop to show participants exactly how to research and unlock many of their own family secrets.
Preregistration by Feb. 16 is required.
To preregister, call 376-9682 or send a $10 check, payable to Avery Trace NSDAR, to Jane McPherson, 1011 Brentwood Way, Kingston, TN 37763.
“We look forward to meeting you and helping you to be a better and efficient researcher,” Black said.