Heritage Quest Research Library Classes

Wednesday, May 23
Lorrie Ann’s Honor  (Classroom)
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Heritage Quest Research Library
An overwhelming feeling floods 5-year-old Lorrie in 1958, that her beloved Dad is not her Dad. Though her Mom denies her feelings, they linger for a lifetime. Parents die, and she makes peace knowing it is out of her hands. In 2016 while attending a genealogy conference, she strikes up a conversation with one attendee whose knowledge of DNA testing, creates hope in at least learning nationalities. The stranger turns out to be a pivotal part of Lorrie’s search.
Come hear how one person makes her way through DNA analysis to finding the truth about her father, with the help of a “stranger.”
Presented by:  Lorrie Scott
Fee:  $15
Saturday, May 26
Beginning Genealogy (free class)  (Classroom)
11:00 am to 1:00 pm
Heritage Quest Research Library
Join Judy in a FREE class and learn how to begin the search for your family history. Learn how to start, and what to look for.  What the basic forms are and how to fill them out. Bring your memories because you will actually start filling out your pedigree chart. Along the way you will learn the “guidelines” for filling out the basic genealogical forms.  No computers needed for what you learn in this class. Everyone is welcome and you may attend this class as many times as you like.
Presented by Judy Line – no fee, free class