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May 24, 2014
KENTUCKY GATEWAY MUSEUM CENTER
Free SATURDAY SEMINAR
(Monthly seminars on various topics)
DNA: How to get started!
Guest speaker will share her experience in tracing relatives
using DNA evidence.
Who am I and where did I come from? Most people can trace their roots to great grandparents, but what about the family’s beginning? Charlotte and Nellie, who have done extensive genealogical research, but had the desire to know more, will share their experience with DNA testing and the results. While they are not scientists, they will share terminology and findings and how they relate to genealogy and the network connection to blood relatives. Guest speaker LATRESSA JONES, will be sharing the story of her quest to find her birth family and connections to relatives through DNA and other sources. Hear firsthand how Jones was found in a women’s restroom at Nortons Childrens Hospital on Aug. 17, 1980. She was named “Baby Girl Doe” by hospital officials. Since January she has been diligently searching for details of being abandoned in a Louisville hospital and ending up in Maysville.
MCHS Senior ART Showcase
March 29, 2014
The MCHS National Art Honor Society is hosting a reception from 1-3 on March 29th to honor the seniors who produced the outstanding art on display at the KGMC through May 30th.
Refreshments and free admission to the Museum galleries are provided to the public.
Kentucky Gateway Museum Center Is 136 Years Old
March 1, 2014
Actually, it’s not, but the Maysville and Mason County Library, Historical and Scientific Association is! The history of the Association is fraught with change, but that only means that it is also fraught with growth. The history of the Association…and therefore of the Kentucky Gateway Museum Center…could be…and is… somewhat confusing, but actually, it’s not!