Author: Julie Maddox

Find A Piece of History

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Youth Meme Contest RULES: Connect us to the Joseph Smith Sr and Lucy Mack Smith Family Use a relatable picture Keep it uplifting Ages 12-18 PRIZES:  $50, $25, $10 DEADLINE: Winners will be announced on the Facebook page and at

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2018 Reunion Highlights

Registration and Meet & Greet at the LDS Church Office Building Lobby and Auditorium. Showing of the Youth Media Scholarship Competition in the Conference Center Little Theater. Dinner in the lobby of the Conference Center. Saturday Service Project and events

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We are a Visionary House

By David Adams Sometime between the fall of 1829 and March 26, 1830, while the Book of Mormon was being printed, a curious visitor came to the Smith home in Palmyra. Solomon Chamberlain set out from home carrying copies of a tract with

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Share Your Vision – Children’s Coloring Contest (ages 3-11)

Father and Mother Smith have been so busy moving and trying to plant crops, they haven’t had time to plant trees, flowers, or decorate their home in Palmyra New York. How would you help them decorate their home? Print and

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Lucy’s Shawl: Wrapped in Her Love

Sarah Milikin owned 3 shawls originally belonging to her grandmother, Lucy Mack Smith. Upon Sarah’s death, the three shawls were found and later given to dear friends and relatives. The first went to her daughter-in-law Jennie Peterson, who eventually donated

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Family Service Project

Join with your Smith Cousins in Salt Lake City August 2 – 5, 2018! On August 2-5 we will gather to celebrate our heritage and help current refugees that have been driven from their homes and lost all of their

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Find a Piece of History

May 30 – June 25, 2016

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Share Your Treasure – Share Your Story

This year we would like to collect pictures of family treasures and heirlooms that we can share through slides and post online. By sharing these treasures, we will gain additional knowledge of our family history. As you send these pictures,

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Reunion Highlights

History and background of the Smith Family Cemetery by Lachlan Mackay, Karl Anderson, and Daniel Larsen. Placing headstone for Lewis Bidamon grave. Martyrdom – at Carthage Jail by Susan Easton Black Durrant. Family service project at cemetery. Family picnic between

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