However, as recently as October when I was attending the Bloggers' Day at FamilySearch the issue of the re-branding of the individual centers was discussed and the response was inconclusive. We have discussed the issue at the Mesa Regional Family History Center and certainly have heard nothing about changing the name of the center. In fact, the Mesa Center has three commonly used names:
- Mesa Regional Family History Center (the most common)
- Mesa Family History Center (also very common)
- Mesa, Arizona Large Multi-Stake Center (quite uncommon)
A further search of the Wiki, shows entries for the "Orem FamilySearch Center," which is "aka Utah South Area Family History Training Center." In Salt Lake City, located in the Joseph Smith Memorial Building on the east side of Temple Square about a block from the Family History Library, is the "FamilySearch Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. Also, the Family History Library entry in the Wiki refers to FamilySearch Centers as branches of the Family History Library.
I personally like the designation "FamilySearch Center" much better than Family History Center. The Centers are a place to come and search not a place where you come and they have your family history. Apparently, some one has informed Family Tree Magazine that the names of the various Centers will be changed. I don't believe we have heard anything about it.