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RootsTech, hosted by FamilySearch, is a global conference celebrating families across generations and where people of all ages are inspired to discover and share their memories and connections. This annual event has become the largest of its kind in the world, attracting tens of thousands of participants worldwide. RootsTech is the perfect place to discover, preserve and share your family stories and connections across generations. With a line-up of world-class speakers, thrilling entertainment, over 200 engaging classes and a huge expo hall, there’s something for everyone no matter the age or skill level. The upcoming RootsTech conference is scheduled for February 3-6. To learn more, go here.

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In addition to RootsTech, families and members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are invited to attend Family Discovery Day at RootsTech on Saturday, Feb. 6. This free one-day event is a day of inspirational messages, instructional classes, interactive activities and exciting entertainment to teach LDS members (age 8 and up) how to find their ancestors and prepare and take their names to the temple as well as teach others to do the same. To register for this free day of fun and knowledge, go here.

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As a fun part of my assignment as a RootsTech Ambassador, I was privileged to be able to give away a three-day pass to this marvelous event. The person who won the pass is Victor Cave. He was born and raised in Tahiti, went to school in Hawaii and eventually moved to Australia. He went back to Tahiti to serve as a mission president there for three years. He now resides in Springville with his lovely wife and is the education director for the Springville Family History Center located on 400 South and 200 East.

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Chris is a family man with a beautiful wife and four kids. Three Girls, One Boy. He enjoys playing basketball, being outdoors, and the old normal.

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