27 October 2010

A Celebration of Family History DVD

You may have seen some of the recent announcements about the release of a DVD of this wonderful program; considered by many one of the highlights of the NGS 2010 Family History Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah. The much talked about Thursday evening spectacular hosted by FamilySearch, A Celebration of Family History, was a once-in-a-life time event that will never be forgotten by those in attendance. And thanks to FamilySearch, all will now get to experience this wonderful event via this DVD.

FamilySearch is offering NGS members and conference attendees a complimentary copy of the A Celebration of Family History DVD. Details on how NGS members may request their copy will be in the next edition of the Quarterly and non-members who went to the NGS Family History Conference will receive an e-mail with the needed details.

A Celebration of Family History DVD features a tribute to family history through music, stories, and the captivating words of David McCullough, renowned author and historian. It includes musical numbers by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square as well as inspiring video presentations showing the impact family history can have on individual lives.

A bonus DVD, Keynote Address and Tour of the Granite Mountain Records Vault, will be included complimentary in your shipment. This DVD contains the NGS 2010 Conference keynote address by FamilySearch president and CEO, Jay L. Verkler, as well as video tour of the famous Granite Mountain Records Vault, with its repository of over 2 million rolls of microfilm.

Whether or not you attended the conference, we know you will enjoy these DVDs!

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