Yesterday was the official kick-off of the FGS Conference. The conference
committee expect well over 22,000 people to attend before the weekend is
through. I had a full day of traipsing up and down the halls of the Salt Palace
Convention Center looking for the correct room my session was to be held.
I've overheard more than once a remark of how many steps a person was
using. Well over 10,000.
Here's a look at the classes I attended.
Thursday General Session
Took a spin in the Exhibit Hall as soon as it opened.
Organization for the Genealogist taught by Billie Stone Fogarty, M.Ed.
Attended the MyHeritage Sponsored Lunch.
60 Minutes --60 Ideas: Workshop to Jump Start YOUR Personal or Family
History taught by Tom Taylor.
Problem Solving with Probate taught by Thomas W. Jones, Ph.D., CG, CGL,
FASG, FUGA, FNGS
Build and Manage Your Family Tree with My Heritage Mobil App taught by
Took another spin through the exhibit hall, talked and asked questions with
several vendors. By the time I left to go back to my hotel, I was literally
dragging my bag behind me. So tired and pooped. Can't wait until morning!
Copyright 2015, Gayle Ficarra Wolcott
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