09 July 2011

Riverton FamilySearch Library Hosts an Event on July 16

Free Seminar on Bringing the FamilySearch Community Together 

Riverton FamilySearch Library
13400 South and Bangerter
(Four-Story Building East of Home Depot)
Free Saturday Seminar – July 16, 2011
9:00 a.m. to Noon

9:00 a.m.: Keynote Speaker: Don Anderson
“FamilySearch Community: Ways in which FamilySearch is Organizing Community Resources to Help Individuals Find Ancestors and Bring the Community Together”


Don Anderson is Senior Vice President for FamilySearch. In this role, he has the responsibility for the Patron Services organization, including the FamilySearch Family History Library as well as the Worldwide Support organization. Don’s responsibilities include providing help to those searching for ancestors using FamilySearch, the Family History Library, family history centers, the FamilySearch website, CD software, and other resources. Don’s organization provides services in more than 12 languages for more than 110 countries worldwide with an excess of 10 million patron interactions annually.
 
10:00 a.m. Choose one of the following four classes:

-- “Choosing and Using the Right Hardware and Software for Genealogy” by Barry Ewell
-- “Searching for Ancestors, Step-by-Step” by Sheri Lynn Lemon 
-- “The Perfect Social Media: Family History & Genealogy” by Claire Brisson Banks
-- “Great Grandpa Was a Mormon: LDS and Utah Records” by Don and Diane Snow
 

11:00 a.m. Choose one of the following four classes:
-- “Choosing and Using the Right Hardware and Software for Genealogy” by Barry Ewell

-- “Hanging Pictures on Your Family Tree” by Scott Huskey
-- “Getting the Most out of the Family History Library Catalog” by Daniel Poffenberger
-- “Naturalization Records" by Patricia Jensen


Details on www.familysearch.org/fhc/riverton