The following is from FamilySearch.
April 15, 2010
Dear Family History Consultant:
Here is a little more detail on the special fireside presentation that is a part of the week of family history in Salt Lake City at the end of April. Special fireside for family history consultants and all ward and stake family history workers, Tuesday, April 27.
Speaker: Elder Allan Packer, First Quorum of the Seventy, Associate Executive Director of the Family History Department. Elder Packer’s remarks will be directed to family history consultants and workers.
Location: Tabernacle on Temple Square
Time: The fireside begins at 7:00 p.m. However, please be aware that there are no tickets for this event. Seating is strictly “as available.” Please plan on being in your seats at least 20 minutes before the start of the program. There will be overflow seating in the Assembly Hall.
Admittance: There is no charge for this event, and invitations have been sent only to family history consultants and workers in Utah and surrounding states. However, no one will be turned away as long as seats are available.
Parking: Due to the many family history activities of the week, and other possible activities that may be occurring downtown at the same time, parking may be hard to find. We strongly encourage those attending this event to carpool and also use public transportation. TRAX lightrail trains have two stops within two blocks of the Tabernacle (the City Center and Temple Square stops); you might consider parking further out and taking the train into town.
You will find the fireside presentation to be very enlightening, informative, and uplifting; please plan on attending. Feel free to bring your spouse or adult family members. Please note that there will be no special accommodations for children.
We look forward to seeing you there.
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