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Profile of the Week Profile Image Profile of the Week: Lucrezia Borgia (1480-1519), daughter of Pope Alexander VI, from the Italian Roots Project.

Last week: Ole Evinrude (1877-1934), creator of the Evinrude outboard motor, from the Norway Project.
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Photo of the Week

Photo of the Week: Gerald Province.

"My Uncle Gerry had a lifelong love of airplanes, leading to him becoming a pilot in WWII. He was escorting a flight of bombers as part of Operation Market Garden, which ran from September 17-27. He was declared missing during the return flight, and presumed shot down and killed over the Netherlands, north of Arnhem."— Jeff Lunglhofer

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Member of the week profile image Member of the Week: Emma MacBeath, the second-place finisher in last weekend's Clean-a-Thon and leader of the winning team, "A Rose by Any Other Name." Emma is a Greeter, an Adoption Angel, and a project coordinator for the DNA Project.

Connection of the Month: Connection of the Month Profile Image Creator of Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and the rest of the beloved "Peanuts" gang, Charles Schulz (1922-2000). Login to see how you're connected.

 
 

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