HQRL Autumn Quest a Success

What a day: DNA all day.

Even expert genealogists Cyndi Ingle (left) and Mary Kathryn Kozy (right) can learn a thing or two from Angie (middle). 05 Oct 2018

Spending the day listening to someone with a Bachelor’s Degree in Molecular Biology, a Master’s in Biotechnology and an alphabet soup of initials behind her name  may not be everyone’s cup of cappuccino, but if that someone is professional genealogist Angie Bush, run, don’t walk, to sign up. And that’s just what over 135 enthusiasts (double the number from last year) did at the recent Heritage Quest Research Library’s Autumn Quest to listen to Angie’s DNA presentations.

Held at the Emerald Queen Conference Center in Fife on Friday, 05 Oct 2018, Angie educated and entertained us on the science behind our DNA results, testing companies, “power tools,” and finding biological family histories for adoptees. She had just the right mix of technical information and storytelling.

Heritage Quest Research Library is undergoing some major revitalization efforts (more on that next week). Judging by the success of the 2018 Autumn Quest, they’ll have lots of support and enthusiasm.

One comment on “HQRL Autumn Quest a Success

  1. Patty Olsen says:

    Great Job Roxanne. I really enjoy your informative pieces on the WASGS Blog and I’m looking forward to additional information on Heritage Quest. I’m glad you honored HQRL for the great annual Autumn Quest Event held at the Emerald Queen Events Center in Fife.
    Angie Bushs’ presentation on DNA was excellent. Good job HRLQ!!

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