Are you trying to make sense of the results you received back?
Feel like talking about it but don’t know where to turn?
Just want to make everyone aware that the Computer Assisted Genealogy Group of Northern Illinois (CAGGNI) has a DNA special interest group (SIG).
I just received an email from the group indicating that their next meeting will take place on Saturday, August 10, 2019 from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM at the NIU Conference Center at 5555 Trillium Blvd. in Hoffman Estates, IL.
This program is open to all. You do not have to be a member of the CAGGNI group in order to participate.
Here is the text describing what will take place at this upcoming DNA SIG:
DNA Special Interest Group
CAGGNI’s genomic genealogy group continues into its fourth year. This group focuses on learning the methods for analyzing DNA test results. We study topics such as autosomal DNA, mitochondrial DNA, Y-DNA and surname projects, X-DNA and ancestral admixture results. We’ll also investigate third party tools for analyzing your raw data and comparing DNA and gedcom data with test kit results from companies besides the one you tested with.
DNA can break down genealogical brick walls once thought impenetrable – but only if you know how.
The SIG will often combine lectures with interactive workshop-style activities and/or extensive Q&A periods.
Get ready to put your DNA results to work for you!
SIG Leads: Dr. David Stumpf and Alan Wilson
For more information: DNA Special Interest Group
Consider connecting with this special interest group local to our area. You spent good money on your DNA kits. Why not really learn how to interpret and use your results in a real productive manner. I am sure your testing company offers automated ways to interpret results through PowerPoint presentations or YouTube videos or maybe even person to person via customer service. Here is your chance to discuss Genealogy DNA among fellow testers. Learn about DNA tests that are over and above what you started with and how they can help you even more.
Learn from others, help others.
You can always visit the general website of the CAGGNI group to see what they are all about. And I can guarantee you they are about many things genealogically speaking, including having this DNA SIG group. You can visit CAGGNI at:
See how this CAGGNI group can help you with your DNA results.
Schaumburg Township District Library