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Revision as of 05:12, 4 August 2013

To return to the Mapleton Family History Center click this link, Mapleton Utah FHC

To learn about the Family History Summer Activity Program, go to  http://snowfamily99.blogspot.com


Miscellaneous Classes How to Use our Scanners at the FHC- (by appt. only) email Bob Snow for a Tuesday night appointment at bsnow@novell.com.

To be on a class notification email list email Liz Snow at blsnow99@gmail.com.

For class suggestions email the class coordinator Liz Snow at blsnow99@gmail.com.


August 2013- Night Classes

Date

Time

Class

Description

Teacher

Thursday Aug 1

7:00 -

8:00 PM

Consultant Training

Idea Share, Learn about what’s new & News for the Mapleton Family History Center.

Charlie & Patti Coombs

Sunday Aug 4

5:30-

6:30

PM

Using Rootsmagic with Family Tree

Learn how to match and sync data between FamilyTree and your Rootsmagic File.

Liz Snow

Sunday Aug 11

5:30-

6:30

PM

Family Tree Basics -

One Class Series

One quick moving class about the basics of FamilyTree.

Barbara Starkey

Sunday Aug 18

5:30-

6:30

PM

How to Keep up with “What’s New” on FamilySearch FamilyTree, Photos & Stories & Historical Records

Do you feel overwhelmed by all the changes on FamilySearch? Learn how to be advised of the changes when they happen.

Liz Snow

Thursday Aug 22

7:00 -

8:00 PM

FamilyTree Sources

A one part class on adding sources to FamilyTree. You will learn how to find them and then how to attach them to the FamilyTree.

Charlie Coombs

Sunday Aug 25

5:30-

6:30

PM

FamilyTree Sources

A one part class on adding sources to FamilyTree. You will learn how to find them and then how to attach them to the FamilyTree.

Charlie Coombs

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