11 August 2011

NGS Research Week at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City

This is a special gift you can give yourself. With lodging right next door to the Library at the Salt Lake Plaza Hotel, you can be at the front of the line each morning when the doors open. 2.5 million rolls of microfilm and over 300,000 books await you, and we provide experienced professional genealogist group leaders whose sole job is to help you achieve your research goals.

During the week, there are three social events included in the fee: a Sunday reception, a Wednesday pizza party, and a Saturday night closing dinner. Other days, many join smaller groups to lunch together at the LDS Office cafeteria, dine at the many restaurants at the Gateway Center, or attend musical performances in
Temple Square

Come join us this Fall! For more information and to register for the 16-23 October 2011 Research Group, click here: http://www.ngsgenealogy.org/cs/research_trips

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  1. We have one spot available for a shared room on the 2011 NGS Research Trip to Salt Lake City. If you are interested, please contact either Susan Yockey at [email protected] or Erin Wood at [email protected] today!