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Mesa FHExpo 2010 Contest Winner

Monday, 11 Jan 2010 | by Mark Tucker


I would like to thank those who entered the contest to win free entrance to the Arizona Family History Expo on January 22-23, 2010 at the Mesa Convention Center.  I enjoyed all the contest entries.  Thank you for all the great photos!

I put the numbers 1-7 on slips of paper and mixed them up in the official Land O Lakes whipped butter container.  The two numbers drawn from the container were entries 4 & 5 both submitted by Nancy Hill.

Join me in offering Nancy congratulations!  I know you and your companion will have a wonderful experience.

Mesa FHExpo 2010 Contest: Entry #7

Friday, 8 Jan 2010 | by Mark Tucker

Submitted by Carolyn Murphy (Family Tree Gal)

I feel my approach to Family History is Innovative. I am committed to acknowledging connections across the generations—past, present, and future– and igniting a sense of extraordinary purpose in individuals in THIS generation.

When I worked as a calligrapher, I visited with countless people who felt the impact of heart-wrenching disappointments, bickering, contention, divorce, trauma, abuse, addictions, lack of finances, illness, conflict, self-doubt, death in the family, and other adversities. The last thing that they wanted to do was turn back and look at all that pain. They felt their family was a disappointment and wondered why they were a part of it. Now, I seek to show those great people that painful family experiences don’t have to keep them from enjoying Family History. I seek to provide encouragement, insight, and be a catalyst for happy changes in family lines.

In an attempt to bridge the generations by reaching back, as well as looking forward, I created the website and three blogs: gives those who want to embark in genealogy access to news, research, and resources. contains posts that are intended to help lives change in this generation—thus strengthening family trees for years to come. contains an original and unique method of journal writing to document the history-in-the making that occurs as individuals take deliberate, specific steps to glean wisdom from the past, live mindfully in the present and prepare confidently for the future. These are people with courage who are ready to grow in spite of insecurity frustration and fear, with an intention to strengthen themselves in THIS generation.

I have a firm conviction that Family History includes history-in-the-making. I’m striving to help others maintain that larger view as we discuss genealogy and family history. Innovative in my own way? I think so.

Mesa FHExpo 2010 Contest: Entry #6

Friday, 8 Jan 2010 | by Mark Tucker

Submitted by Pat Tiefenbach


My Ohio grandmother and her sisters in 1902.

More Ways to Win Tickets to Arizona FHExpo

Thursday, 17 Dec 2009 | by Mark Tucker


Each Blogger of Honor at the 2nd Annual Arizona Family History Expo to be held January 22-23, 2010 was given two tickets to the Expo.  Some have chosen to hold contests to give the tickets away.  Each contest is different and each has a different deadline.

To increase your chances at winning free tickets, I encourage you to enter as many contests as possible.

Here is a list of the contests with deadlines:

Bookmark this post as I will keep it updated as other contests start.  If a contest for the Arizona Expo isn’t listed here and you know about it, leave a comment so that everyone has a chance to enter.

Mesa FHExpo 2010 Contest: Entry #5

Monday, 14 Dec 2009 | by Mark Tucker

Submitted by Nancy Hill

Glenn Hill, Eagle Scout, 1955

Glenn Hill, Eagle Scout, 1955

Mesa FHExpo 2010 Contest: Entry #4

Monday, 14 Dec 2009 | by Mark Tucker

Submitted by Nancy Hill

Glenn Hill, 1952

Glenn Hill, 1952

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