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I don't understand the fine print section[edit source]

I don't understand the following line:

"The 'Adopt-a-Wiki page' program has been created by FamilySearch for the benefit of societies, organizations and patrons of the Research Wiki for the sole purpose of completing family history research."

This makes it sound like FamilySearch created Adopt-a-page so that societies can "complete family history research." Wasn't Adopt-a-page actually created so that societies can partner with FamilySearch to more rapidly improve the content within a knowledge domain? I wanted to edit this section to make it clearer, but I am afraid that the original author is trying to say something that I don't yet fully understand. Help please? RitcheyMT 17:58, 13 September 2010 (UTC)

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