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Blue Springs Lutheran Church Genealogy & DNA Day

October 5, 2019

"A Genealogy, DNA & HISTORY DAY" - OLD BLUE SPRINGS DAY -   will be held Saturday, October 5, 2019 at West Greene High School, 275 West Greene Dr., Mosheim 9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.  The event is to present information about the history opportunities in Greene County to allow people -- young & old -- to participate in an educational program on history & genealogy by experts.

18 organizations in the area have been invited to set up tables complete with a resource person from their organization along with materials to discuss their organization & projects.  These exhibits will be open all during the day with scheduled speakers providing information on First Families of TN, DNA, Researching Without Resources & Preserving Family Cemeteries.

Computer personnel will conduct genealogy research for people to research their ancestors.  You must have your parents' & grandparents' names & dates of birth to do this research.

Antique & hand-made craft vendors are invited to call Lynn Hartman 423-470-1323 before September 27 to reserve space to display & sell their wares.

A special place will be provided for Show & Tell where attendees are encouraged to bring their special antiques & local history items to share with others.

Food will be for purchase catered by Abigail's BBQ & Creamy Cup with doughnuts & desserts from Peggy Ann Bakery.  There will be a musical program at 12:30.

The public, including school children, is invited to this FREE event sponsored by Blue Springs Historical Association to benefit Blue Springs church & cemetery, both of which are on the National Register of Historic Places.

For details, call 423-257-4235 or 423-422-4957.

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