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Handwriting could reveal some family secrets

FALLBROOK – “What Was Great Grandpa Really Like?” will be the topic under consideration at the next meeting of the Fallbrook Genealogy Club. The program will be presented by Certified Master Graphologist Paula A. Sassi.

In her presentation, Sassi will show how the basic tenets of handwriting analysis can be applied to the research and study of one’s ancestors. By analyzing old documents, records and letters, a person can discover what great-grandpa and other ancestors were really like. People can gain insight into their ancestors’ true personalities including how they interacted with others.

Paula A. Sassi has worked professionally in the field of handwriting analysis since 1980. She is the author of “Better Handwriting in 30 Days.”

The meeting will be on Friday, June 4, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Fallbrook Presbyterian Church on Stage Coach Lane. The presentation is open to the public at no cost, so everyone is invited to come to the meeting. Sassi will be doing some handwriting evaluation at the meeting.

For more information, contact Sandy Dorsey at (760) 731-6581.


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