North Star Council Cultural Dancer
Updated news for those hoping to participate in Michael Harvey's Classes: Preserve Your Legacy Class I & II in classroom #2
(repeated AM and PM)
Michael requests you bring-
1. paper & pen
2. "Minds alert and ready to ask questions, prepared to learn"
3. Ideas for possible Digital Memoir or a Book
4. Personal laptop with disc drive (if available but not necessary if you don't need to start or finish for class I but necessary for class II), and files of data or materials you wish to use in your book/memoir.
5. If questions- email firstname.lastname@example.org
Don't forget your laptop- if you have one- but not necessary-
To practice 'hands-on' those techniques learned, there will be internet available in computer labs. There will be 5 desk-top computers available.*Scanner is available for attaching photos and other memories to Family Tree.*Bring a thumb drive and photos, documents or stories
Downloaded Recorded Classes from RootsTech Conference 2016 &
Family History Interactive Classes with live experienced Presenters:(see class descriptions by clicking page on bar above)
* Germans From Russia- Betty Nordeng
* Scandinavia- Mike Swanson
* Canada: Gordon Goldborough
* Beginners Irish Research : Audrey Leonard
* French-Canadian & Metis Genealogy:
* Native American Genealogy: Charles Moran
* Immigrant Origins: Mike Swanson
* Military Records: Daniel Sauerwein
* Storytelling in Family History- ' everyone is a hero or heroine': Zelda Hartje
* Publishing Stories (hands-on, email him to find out what to bring): Mike Harvey
* Family Fun in Family History: Tasha & Chris Johnson & Christy Byzweski
It is FREE !
Instructions for registering:
We are taking registration at: https://www.lds.org/topics/family-history/host-a-family-history-fair/search?lang=eng
1.Enter the location you wish to attend in the bar that comes up. (Type in Grand Forks, ND and click).
2. It will bring you to the event, place and details. Click the blue tag under the Fargo Stake and Minnkota Gen. Society that reads 'register here'.
3. Another bar will come up for you to enter in your name and such. Fill it out and click 'submit'.
4. It will then refer you to check your email that you placed in for your contact information.
5.You do need to confirm your emailed confirmation by clicking onto it, so that they know you are who you say you are. Also, then I will know you had registered.
6. Remember to contact us if you have any problems with these steps or don't receive you email confirmation. (218-207-8375 or email@example.com
If questions: email Lenore Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 218-207-8375
Why Family History?
People from every culture and every walk of life realize that we have one eternal bond to people in this world. We always have our families. The ties that we are able to have with our family members, be them living or dead, are a foundation upon which each of us stand. By reaching out to our ancestors we enrich our own lives by knowing our history and gathering their names and stories into our hearts. Nothing can compare to the sure joy and comfort that comes with taking on this task.
"Genealogies, family stories, historical accounts, and traditions... form a bridge between past and future and bind generations together in ways that no other keepsake can." D.B. Neuenschwander, April 1999
Woodrow Wilson stated:
" A Nation which does not remember what it was yesterday, does not know what it is today, nor what it is trying to do. We are trying to do a futile thing if we do not know where we came from or what we have been about".
Quoted in The Rebirth of America (1986), 12.
"Well might this be said of families also: A family "which does not remember what it was yesterday, does not know what it is today, nor what it is trying to do. We are trying to do a futile thing if we do not know where we came from or what we have been about."
Quoted Bridges and Eternal Keepsakes,
Dennis B. Neuenschwander, of the First Quorum of the Seventy, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, April 1999 General Conference
How We Can Help You
LDS Family History Centers have a multitude of resources to offer you at absolutely no cost. A few of these include:
The Where and When
You may find LDS Family History Centers at many locations, our location is:
2814 Cherry Street, Grand Forks, North Dakota
Wednesdays: 6:30 to 8:30
Fridays: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Saturdays: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
We invite call contacts if questions or possible cancellations due to weather or health (for appointment call 218-207-8375).
Grand Forks Family History Center: 701-746-6126
Fargo Family History Center:
Salt Lake Family History Center: 801-240-2584
Grand Forks Consultants:
Kent Frazer email@example.com
Phyllis Nelson: firstname.lastname@example.org
Brenda Esqueda: 701-739-5605
Shelamar Henderson: 701-213-8890
Lenore Anderson: 218-207-8375
_(This is not an official website of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) The Grand Forks Family History Center is a branch of the Family History Library of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Located at 2814 Cherry Street, Grand Forks,North Dakota, we offer several genealogical resources to help you find your ancestors.)