Springville Fam­ily History Cen­ter classes set in Jan­uary

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The Springville Fam­ily History Cen­ter will not be hav­ing any classes dur­ing the month of De­cem­ber. How­ever, there will be great things go­ing on at the cen­ter in Jan­uary. For a full listing of classes, re­sources, or to make reser­va­tions at the cen­ter, visit www.springville­fam­i­ly­his­to­rycen­ter.org and like the cen­ter on Face­book at www.face­book.com/SpringvilleFHC/. The Springville Fam­ily History Cen­ter will be closed for Christ­mas break Dec. 22 through Jan. 1. Jan­uary’s classes will in­clude: Jan. 4, 10 a.m.: Work­shop, “Get­ting Started with Fam­i­lySearch Fam­ily Tree.” An in­tro­duc­tion to Fam­i­lySearch Fam­ily Tree and clean­ing up Fam­ily Search Fam­ily Tree.

Jan. 6, noon: Brown Bag We­bi­nar, United States Vi­tal Records. Vi­tal records over­view and con­tent, ju­ris­dic­tions and re­gional dif­fer­ences. (Par­tic­i­pants are en­cour­aged to bring a sack lunch to enjoy while watch­ing the we­bi­nar.)

Jan. 7, 7 p.m.: “Brav­ing the Boxes.” Be­gin­ning the task of go­ing through the boxes that have been handed down to you.

Jan. 11, 10 a.m.: Work­shop, “Fam­i­lySearch Mem­o­ries.” Learn how to add pho­tos, doc­u­ments, sto­ries and au­dio to Fam­i­lySearch.

Jan. 13, noon: Brown Bag We­bi­nar, United States Pro­bate Records. Pro­bate ba­sics and process, pro­bate records and how to lo­cate them.

Jan. 14, 7 p.m.: “How Keep­ing Sources Helps When Re­search­ing An­ces­tors.” The what, when, where, why and how of sourc­ing.

Jan. 14, 7 p.m.: “Find­ing An­ces­tors for Tem­ple Work.” Be­yond the “Green Ar­row” and “Find, Take, Teach.” How to iden­tify, pre­pare and take an­ces­tor names to the tem­ple.

Jan. 18, 10 a.m.: Work­shop, “Fam­i­lySearch His­tor­i­cal Records and At­tach­ing Sources in Fam­ily Tree.” At­tach­ing sources from Fam­i­lySearch Fam­ily Tree, other web­sites and your own records.

Jan. 20, noon: Brown Bag We­bi­nar, United States Church Records. Why we should use church records, how to find them, types of church records and in­for­ma­tion found in them, and ways to de­ter­mine an an­ces­tor’s re­li­gion.

Jan. 21, 7 p.m.: “Fam­i­lySearch Mem­o­ries.” Adding pho­tos, doc­u­ments, sto­ries and au­dio to Fam­i­lySearch is easy and fun. Learn how to ti­tle, tag, de­scribe and find.

Jan. 25, 10 a.m.: Work­shop, “Steps to Preparing An­ces­tors for Tem­ple Work.” Dis­cover the steps to tem­ple work.

Jan. 27, noon: Brown Bag We­bi­nar, United States Nat­u­ral­iza­tion Records. The process by which a na­tive or cit­i­zen of one coun­try be­comes a cit­i­zen of a dif­fer­ent coun­try.

Jan. 28, 7 p.m.: “Clean­ing Up the Tree.” How to clean up Fam­i­lySearch Fam­ily Tree.

Jan. 28, 7 p.m.: “Find­ing An­ces­tors for Tem­ple Work.” Be­yond the “Green Ar­row” and “Find, Take, Teach.” How to iden­tify, pre­pare and take an­ces­tor names to the tem­ple.

Jan. 31, 7 p.m.: Fam­ily History Con­sul­tant Squad. Join our squad if you are a fam­ily history con­sul­tant, youth fam­ily history con­sul­tant, high priest group leader (or as­sis­tant as­signed to fam­ily history), leader in charge of fam­ily history, in­dex­ing spe­cial­ist or have any kind of fam­ily history or in­dex­ing call­ing.

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