Jamboree 2014: Planning My Sunday Classes

Here is my third and final post in my Jamboree planning series.  You can view the posts about Friday’s classes and Saturday’s classes here.

Here is my plan for Sunday:

  • 7:00 – 8:30 a.m. Gena Philibert-Ortega will be presenting, “Of Elephants, Gold, and Dashed Dreams: Researching the California Gold Rush”.  Breakfast will also be served (can you say LOTS of coffee and extra concealer to hide the under-eye bags?) and the recipient of the Suzanne Winsor Freeman Memorial Student Genealogy Grant will be announced.
  • 8:30 – 9:30 p.m: I will probably want a break, so I will probably just make my last round in the exhibit hall and get some last minute socializing in with friends.  And I’ll be exhausted.  If I am awake and checked out of the hotel, I might head over to Josh Taylor’s talk, “Resources of the DAR: Beyond Revolutionary War Soldiers”
  • 10:00 – 11:30 p.m: I’ll be on a panel with Janet Hovorka, Crista Cowan, A.C. Ivory, Michael Melendez, and Josh Taylor.  We’ll be speaking about “Rebranding Genealogy and Engaging the Next Generation”.
  • Then it will be saying goodbyes to everyone as people leave the conference at different times for flights home.  The conference is officially over at about 4 p.m., when the grand finale drawing is done.  I keep promising myself that I will be the winner this year of the 7 Day Stay at the Salt Lake Plaza Hotel, just steps from the Family History Library.  You have to play to win!

I am so looking forward to this conference!  I can’t wait to see everyone again – it is truly like a family reunion for me.  If you will be there, come say hi!

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2 Responses to Jamboree 2014: Planning My Sunday Classes

  1. See you early Sunday morning Elyse! There will be lots of coffee and bacon!

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