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Adair County Public Library invites all to research families

By Mike Watson

The Adair County Public Library invites everyone to join us this summer to research families . . .

You got your green eyes from your mother and your freckles from your father. But did you ever wonder where you got your height, or color of hair. You can start by visiting the Adair County Public Library and register for a library card. A library card can give you the ability to research your family tree, and maybe find the answers.For more information stop by the library at 307 Greensburg Street, Columbia. or call 270-384-2472. The Adair County Genealogy Society meets the first Monday of every month at 5pmCT. This is also a great way to start your research.

- Adair County Public Library, Adair County Genealogical Society, Adair Heritage Association, Camp Boyle Project.

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