Roots Tech}Family History Conference Giveaway

One of my assignments at church (or we call it a Calling) is to help people with their family history.  I am new to this assignment and have a lot to learn but I am fortunate to have grown up with a mother who loved family history and she has passed that love onto me.  I love discovering the stories and the photos of my ancestors.  Just recently I discovered an ancestor  that at the age of 7  was kidnapped by Indians for seven years!!

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In February I will be attending Roots Tech in Salt Lake City. RootsTech, hosted by FamilySearch, is the largest family history conference in the North America. Whether you’re just beginning your family tree, an avid hobbyist, or an experienced researcher, RootsTech is the perfect conference to help you connect with your family—past, present, and future!  If you have always wanted to get started on Family History Roots Tech is the perfect spot.

I am excited to be an official Roots Tech Blogger and because of that I have a full access pass to Roots Tech 2014 to giveaway!  Would you like to join me in Salt Lake on February 6-8, 2014?  The key note speaker for the event  is Ree Drummond, Pioneer Woman  and Stephanie Nielsen of Nie Nie Dialogues will also be speaking.

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Check out their website to see all the amazing classes that are offered.

To enter just leave a comment below .  Giveaway will only be open through  this Saturday so don’t delay!  Giveaway official closes Saturday, Jan. 25 at midnight.

 

Leigh Anne
Hi – I’m Leigh Anne! I have been a homebased mom for 30 years since my first baby boy was born! I love working with women and helping to inspire them to achieve their goals and dreams while still maintaining motherhood and family as their number one priority. I blog about everything I enjoy – creating treats and meals in my kitchen, spending time in my garden, entertaining and party planning, reading, self improvement and tips and ideas on style and fashion.
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Comments

  1. Shannon says

    I would love to go. I’ve been working on my family and would love to learn more about how to search more efectively.

  2. Susan says

    I would love to go. I have been working on my family tree for years and would love to learn new ways to find information.

  3. Amanda says

    Wow, what an awesome contest! My aunt is our family historian and I know that she would absolutely love this event!

  4. Andrea says

    Whenever I enter a giveaway I never win…maybe my luck will turn this time because I’d love to go to RootsTech!

  5. Lee Ann Boyce says

    WOW, i would love to go, went through SLC a couple of years ago and stopped at the library. Didnt have alot of time and have since attempted to do some research on own but can’t get past 3 generations. Pick me… thanks for offering.

  6. Mirtha says

    I would love to be able to do my family tree. There are difficulties on both sides. My Maternal grandparents migrated from Seoul, Korea to Yucatan, Mexico in the early 1900s, due to the language barrier, not helped by the difference in alphabets used, a lot of last names were changed as they tried to register. My paternal grandfather was from Spain, I think he died when my father was very young, so my Dad has his stepfather’s last name. My sister has tried to do it, using the LDS archives, but not much luck.

  7. LIsa says

    Sounds intriguing! I have just begun looking into my husband’s family history after a 6 year break (naughty me!) And I am amazed at how much work there is to do and how overwhelming it seems! Maybe this would get me a little more motivated.

  8. Annie says

    I would love to go! I have gotten back as far as 1737 with one branch of my maternal line, but the others were more recent immigrants and it’s harder to find info about them.

  9. Kristy says

    Family History consultant is my new calling as well! I would love to go and learn more about how to help others find their families.

  10. Millie (Marm) says

    Working on family stories and histories is my goal for the year. I would love to go and get some ideas and inspiration.

  11. says

    Not sure what the time is there so I hope I still have time to enter. Full free entry would be wonderful as I am coming from Australia. It would also be nice to meet you too, one of the bloggers I follow. Visiting a cousin in the USA first and then Rootstech, here I come. Fran.

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