RootsTech is striving to be a family conference, said FamilySearch spokesperson, Paul Nauta. Strengthening the family is at its core.
Speaking of families, they say raising a child takes a village? Well RootsTech is going to be a bit bigger. Nauta says they are expecting 9,000 to 10,000 paid registrants. And just to clarify, that does not include FGS attendees. Ratchet that up on Saturday. For Family Discovery Day they are expecting an additional 13,000 to 20,000 people! Another 50,000 to 125,000 are expected to watch keynotes and select sessions online. Now that’s a village.
You can be part of that last group. Show up on the RootsTech.org home page on Thursday morning and you can watch keynotes and select sessions online—for free. To watch Family Discovery Day sessions on Saturday, go to www.lds.org. (The Family Discovery Day track is for members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.)
Wondering what #RTATeam means in today’s headline? That’s the tag used by official RootsTech Ambassadors. Follow it if you wish to pick out posts by the RootsTech ambassador team.
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