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A Taste of Genetic Genealogy - A TriCity Genealogical Society Presentation: Getting the Most Out of DNA Test Results in KennewickThe TriCity Genealogical Society will present A Taste of Genetic Genealogy on April 13, 2016 at Charbonneau. A Taste of Genetic Genealogy will start at 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. Charbonneau is located at 8264 W Grandridge Boulevard, Kennewick, WA. Check out the website of TriCity Genealogical Society for more details.

About A Taste of Genetic Genealogy
A Taste of Genetic Genealogy is a presentation that will help the audience learn the significance of DNA in genealogy research. Attending A Taste of Genetic Genealogy presentation are Margie Beldin and Marianne Orton. Both Beldin and Orton have partiality on the subject of genealogy. The two obtained their own DNA test results and that made them realized that they still need to obtain more information…

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Cracking The Human Code - Summer Camp WSU Tri-Cities Richland, WashingtonExplore genetics and body systems at the Western State University, 2770 Crimson Way in Richland on Monday, July 13 from 8:30 in the morning to 4:30 in the afternoon. Registration required.

More about the Summer Camp
Uncover the building blocks of life as you get to learn about how to dissect a chicken wing in this year’s summer camp.  Learn more about its bones, tendons, veins and more. By being able to examine a cow’s eye, discover how anatomy and optics affect vision. Learn about the technology behind prosthetics and explore mobility. Get to know more about the DNA and blood typing. Get involved in scientific research as different experiments will be conducted to discover and explore the foundations of life.

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Discussion: Do Hidden Creatures Live In The Pacific Northwest? Richland, WashingtonThis coming Thursday, January 29 the Richland Red Lion located in 802 George Washington Way Richland, Washington will be hosting a discussion entitled "Do Hidden Creatures Live In The Pacific Northwest?". Events starts at 6:00 in the evening.

More about the Event
Dr. Jeff Meldrum, Professor of Anthropology from Idaho State University, will give a talk at the annual meeting of the Columbia Basin Badgers and discuss his acclaimed book, Sasquatch: Legend Meets Science. Medrum’s book takes a detailed look at the scientific DNA and forensic evidence gathered on Sasquatch.

Free for members, $25 for non-members (in advance), $30 day of event

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