What do you get when you add genealogy books, old photos and a stack of grave records? One of the most dedicated high schoolers in the entire county. Soon-to-be senior Hunter Gentry has been been collecting photographs, records, family trees and any other history-related article he could get his hands on since the fourth grade. Now, he has managed to start a family history society at his own high school in White Plains, Alabama.
You can learn more in the video produced by Anniston (Alabama) Star at http://youtu.be/o6gNW5Ksic0 or click on the image below to view the video.
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