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3740 West Market Center Drive
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Riverton, Utah 84065-8026
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Search and Serve Youth Conference

The Riverton FamilySearch Library offers a one day Family History youth conference activity for ward and multi-wards.

The library youth conference activities are designed to help youth and their leaders feel the Spirit of Elijah and learn how its influence can bless the lives of both the living and the dead through Family History and Temple Ordinance work.

Workshops provide instruction on the key elements of genealogical research and offer hands-on experience to help participants with their individual family history responsibilities. Young Men and Women will also be encouraged to use their technical skills to help their own family, ward members, friends and others with their family history efforts.

Elder David A. Bednar's Invitation and Promise to Youth

“The skills and aptitude evident among many young people today are a preparation to contribute to the work of salvation.

“I invite the young people of the Church to learn about and experience the Spirit of Elijah. I encourage you to study, to search out your ancestors, and to prepare yourselves to perform proxy baptisms in the house of the Lord for your kindred dead. And I urge you to help other people identify their family histories.

“As you respond in faith to this invitation, your hearts shall turn to the fathers. …Your love and gratitude for your ancestors will increase. Your testimony of and conversion to the Savior will become deep and abiding. And I promise you will be protected against the intensifying influence of the adversary. As you participate and love this holy work, you will be safeguarded in your youth and throughout your lives.”

2014 Dates

This activity will be available every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday; June 11 through August 22, 2014; except for June 6, July 2, 3, 4, 11, 24, 25 and August 1.  

Reservations for Youth Conference are no longer being accapted.

June July August
Jun 11 (0) Jul 9 (75) Aug 6 (75)
Jun 12 (75) Jul 10 (75) Aug 7 (75)
Jun 13 (51) Jul 16 (75) Aug 8 (10)
Jun 18 (0) Jul 17 (75) Aug 13 (75)
Jun 19 (75) Jul 18 (0) Aug 14 (75)
Jun 20 (0) Jul 23 (75) Aug 15 (40)
Jun 25 (0) Jul 30 (75) Aug 20 (75)
Jun 26 (45) Jul 31 (75) Aug 21 (75)
Jun 27 (45)
Aug 22 (75)


Reservations

The deadline for registration is May 1, 2014. Reservations will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis. Book early to secure a date.

Reservations for this site are no longer being accepted.''

Group Sizes

The library can accommodate ward or multi-ward groups with a maximum of 75 youth and leaders.

Cost

A FamilySearch lanyard and all training material for the workshops will be furnished for participants at no cost. There will be a charge for the printing of optional pedigree fan charts.
The cost of lunch at the Riverton Office Building cafeteria will be approximately $5.10 for a hamburger, fries and a large drink. The Riverton FamilySearch Library accepts cash or checks. The Library does not accept credit cards, debit cards or bills larger than $20.

Preparation

Detailed instructions for participants will be sent to leaders following registration. It is imperative that all participants register for an LDS account. Youth and leaders need to have access to their username and password to participate fully in the conference activities.

Conference Daily Schedule

10:00 a.m. - Welcome and Introduction

The conference will begin with a short overview of the library’s resources and layout, an outline of the day’s activities, and some important guidelines.

10:15 a.m. - Workshop One

One of the primary elements of family history research is to determine what we already know about our families. This workshop will provide training and hands-on experience in using familysearch.org Family Tree to learn how to add stories, photos, documents and to find family history and temple ordinance information that may already exist about families. The printing of family pedigree fan charts will be an optional part of this activity.

11:45 a.m. - Lunch

12:30 p.m. - Workshop Two

After determining what we already know about our families, the next step is to verify the information we have and to search for more records. This workshop will provide training and hands-on experience in using library and home resources to search for documents containing family history information.

2:00 p.m. Workshop Three

One of the best ways to give service to others is to help index the millions of digital records the Church has acquired over many decades. This workshop will help youth understand the concept behind FamilySearch Indexing, learn how to index and have hands-on experience completing an indexing project.

3:30 p.m. - Review and Farewell

The day’s activities will close with a short review of the workshops and activities, and give bishops and/or other youth leaders an opportunity to conclude the youth conference with any testimony or encouragement they feel is appropriate.
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