FREE TO ATTEND – FAMILY HISTORY JAMBOREE SEPTEMBER 6th, 2014

Family History Jamboree Poster

“Family History – Making Connections”

Las Vegas Stake Family History Jamboree

DETAILS & INFO

Saturday, September 6, 2014, is the Jamboree held at the Lorenzi LDS Chapel – 221 South Lorenzi Blvd, Las Vegas NV 89107. This building is north of Alta at the corner of Lorenzi and Celeste – also East of Rainbow and South of Hwy 93/95. The welcome and keynote address begin in the chapel at 8:00 am. Classes begin at 8:50 am – event schedule and syllabus sheets and bios of the teachers are on this blog for Printing. If you need to return, the address is: http://tipsforfamilyhistory.com/blog/?page_id=36 Now in its Twelfth  Year classes will be available on the latest Search Techniques, new Genealogy Programs, and many other classes presented by skilled or professional Genealogists. There are 36 classes to choose from and you can attend 5 of the classes. Be sure to print out the syllabus sheets on the blog as there will not be a printed syllabus – only what you choose to print out. If you can’t attend all the classes you want, print out the syllabus sheet for that class – it may give you extra info even if you aren’t in the class. There will be a complimentary lunch served at 12:00 pm The classes will end at 2:45 pm. Please come and join us. Excellent classes – excellent teachers – fun lunch and Peggy’s cookies

Sincerely,
Henry Hoogland, high council representative
Kenneth Truman 

 

Family History Jamboree ScheduleFamily History Jamboree Schedule for 2014

Map of Lorenzi Chapel

Bios of Class Teachers for Las Vegas Stake Jamboree

CLASS SYLLABUS (PRINTABLE)

 

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7 thoughts on “FREE TO ATTEND – FAMILY HISTORY JAMBOREE SEPTEMBER 6th, 2014

  1. Thanks for having the conference. It will be my first time attending and I’ve invited my Mom who lives in Prescott, AZ. She is coming to be with me so that we can have a “day of discovery”.

    • I can add you to the Family History Excitement list and then you would be notified about the 2014 Jamboree. You would also get anything that I send about Family History to the list. Is that acceptable?
      lida larkin

  2. Why do you not seek to get the LOCAL amateur oprateors more involved? From the discussions at our meetings it seems almost like you actively try to DISCOURGAE locals from participating and helping. It seems like their knowledge of radio operations and the area would be a huge asset.I can certainly understand wanting to get the best possible people in to be part of this but if what I was told were the requirements are accurate it seems a bit restrictive. (approx $800 for training and must be EXTRA class and ACTIVE in scouting)

  3. I think you must have the wrong reply to our website about the Family History Jamboree. We do hope to do some Webinars next year but this year it was just teachers and classes. As noted above, there was no cost to attend the jamboree (nothing to do with Scouts) and we even fed you a complimentary (meaning free) lunch.
    lida

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