11 May 2013

Day 3 Wrap Up ... the action continues!

For those of us who couldn’t attend, here is a recap of some of what happened Day 3 as provided by Julie Miller CG.

Missed the action, check out the recaps for Day 1 and Day 2.


Hard to believe that day three of the conference is over. Attendees were busy during the day with the Exhibit Hall and sessions, then the annual NGS Banquet in the evening

Exhibit Hall

Browsing through the books
Tom Jones signing Mastering Genealogical Proof
Think all you learn at a genealogy conference is  genealogy? How about instructions on the finer points of tying a bowtie.

Packed crowd at the 4:00 p.m. lecture

Taking time to relax during the cocktail hour before the banquet
 Patiently waiting for dinner

Mark Hall-Patton entertained the crowd, then had two man beard contest with photographer, Scott Stewart.

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