Some believe preserving family history is a hobby, while others feel it is their responsibility. Now with Ancestry.com DNA testing and online records, the ways of conducting research have changed.
Groups, like the Clark County (Washington) Genealogical Society, are finding ways to keep up with the continuous technological advances, even with setbacks caused by the pandemic.
The genealogical society reopened its library to the public on July 13, the first time since spring 2020, said Vice President Marcia Grubb.
“The digital world exists, but we help people get started,” Grubb said.
You can read more in an article by Madysen McLain in The Reflector at https://www.thereflector.com/stories/climbing-the-family-tree-clark-county-genealogical-society-reopens-library-to-the-public,269738.