Monday, October 24, 2011

From the Orange Country Register....

The Orange Family History Center, located in the rear of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Orange, celebrated its 20th anniversary on Saturday afternoon with an open house and dedication of the new Caroline Braxton Rober Internet Learning Center.

Following a presentation and a ribbon cutting ceremony, visitors had the opportunity to tour the center and use its various resources to learn about their ancestors.

The center, at 674 S. Yorba St., is open to the public Tuesday through Saturday and welcomes all guests regardless of religious affiliation.

Orange Family History Center Director Beth McCarty speaks during an open house and 20th anniversary celebration at the center on Saturday.

Randy Burnett - a stake president for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which hosts the Orange Family History Center on its church grounds - speaks during Saturday's 20th anniversary celebration.

Larry Rober, husband of the late Caroline Braxton Rober, for which the new Internet Learning Center at the Orange Family History Center is named, was on hand to help dedicate the new center.

Lisa Rober, daughter-in-law of Caroline Braxton Rober, stands with Kamden Rober, left, and Davis Henderson, Caroline Braxton Rober's grandsons.

1 comment:

Abbie said...

You have had some truly AMAZING things going on this past week! How exciting!