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Santaquin Family Discovery Day planned on March 12

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The Santaquin Family History Center is sponsoring a free Family Discovery Day on March 12 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 45 S. 500 West in Santaquin. The center will be offering free classes to help residents with their family history research. Presenters this year will include instructors from the Utah Genealogical Association and RootsTech.

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Class titles will include “Family History for Youth – By Youth,” “A Survey of Midwest States Records,” “Harvesting the Nuts, Lemons and Bad Apples That Have Fallen From Your Family Tree,” “Kids and the Ties That Bind,” “Fast Accurate Research Using: FamilySearch, Google, Affiliate and Other Genealogy Websites,” “Cleaning up FamilyTree: Creating a Complete Record,” “Using Newspapers in Research: You sNEWS you Lose,” “Endoline Brickwall Presents: Find Your Cousins,” and “Tips to Avoid Barking Up the Wrong Family Tree.”

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To find out more and to register, go to www.lds.org/familyhistoryday and search for Santaquin.

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