Brigham Young University will sponsor a half-day seminar titled "Discovering Genealogy: Keys to a Successful Beginning" on Saturday, April 10, from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the BYU Conference Center.
The seminar is open to the public with a $7.50 registration fee before the conference and a $9 fee on the same day of the conference.At 9 a.m., George Durrant will open the conference with a lecture titled "Writing the Story of You." At 10 a.m., Susan Easton Black will address "Early Latter-day Saint Sources."
Following these two discussions, the conference will break up into half-hour workshops with instructors including Bruce Buzbee, who will address "Family Origins: Software Demo," with ward family history consultation training. Other classes include "Temple Ready" by Lance Jacob and "The Power of PAF (Personal Ancestral File)" by Roger Flick.
To register, or for additional information, contact Conferences and Workshops at 378-4853.