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Amish are topic of GCGS meeting slated for Feb. 4
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MONROE - Mark Louden, Max Kade Institute co-director, will be the speaker for the Green County Genealogical Society meeting at 10 a.m. Feb. 4 at the Monroe Public Library in the second-floor meeting room. Louden, who is a Mennonite, will speak on the Old Order Amish. He will speak on the central aspects of Amish life and the Christian faith that anchors it, with a special emphasis on Amish communities in Wisconsin, which has the fourth largest Amish population of any U.S. state.