DNA Fun at Your Family Reunion

December 23, 2006 at 6:25 pm 1 comment

Sharing DNA test results at your Family Reunion

Toomer Certificate of AncestryA family reunion is the most natural place to share your DNA test results. How do you capitalize on the excitement generated from learning your ancestral origins? Learn a variety of ways to engage your family, share history and send them home with cool mementos.

Listen to Episode 010: DNA Fun at Your Family Reunion

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Did your family DNA test together?  How did the results effect you and your family?  What are some of the ways that your shared the information?  Click the “Add comment” link below or send an email to GenealogyOnDemand@gmail.com 

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Entry filed under: DNA testing, Family History, family reunion, genealogy, Podcast, Reunions.

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