Rotary hears about family history research

The Williams County Genealogical Society spoke to Bryan Rotary Club on Friday about how and why it’s important to research family histories, as well as how attendees could join their ranks. Pictured from left are WCGS Treasurer Penny Rummel, President Pam Lash, Vice President Rita Brown and Bryan Rotarian Kent Purk, from whom representatives of WCGS spoke as guests. SALLY HEASTON/Staff

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