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Wednesday, December 15, 2010

First Family History Expo for 2011 in Mesa

A message from FamilySearch on the upcoming Family History Expo in Mesa, Arizona invites Family History Consultants, Center Directors and Extraction Directors to the Expo. I will be participating in the Expo both as a Blogger of Honor and as a presenter. The Mesa Regional Family History Center will be closed on the two days of the Expo, due to the fact that the volunteers and missionaries will be helping with the Expo and attending classes.

If you can get to Mesa, I hope to see you there.

Here is the announcement:
Family History Expo Kicks Off 2011 in Mesa

Dear Family History Consultants, Center Directors, and Extraction Directors
and Assistants,

The first Family History Expo for 2011 is taking place in Mesa, Arizona.
This is a great opportunity not only for learning from the experts how to
further your own family history research, but also for inviting members of
the community and general public-whether beginner or advanced-who share your
love of genealogy to attend. The Arizona Family History Expo is sponsored by
Family History Expos (a private company). The expo will be held January
21-22, 2011, at the Mesa Convention Center, 263 North Center Street, Mesa,

Over 100 classes will be presented by more than 50 national and local
speakers as well as staff from the Family History Library in Salt Lake City,
Utah. You can review the class schedule at

Exhibitors from throughout the U.S. will teach about the latest products and
services available in the industry. Representatives from various
genealogical societies will also be on site.

There is no cost for attending the keynote address, visiting the exhibit
hall, or attending the three free classes scheduled on Saturday for family
history consultants, stake directors, and priesthood leaders.

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