Ward Family History Template - When you want answers to progress.... yesterday

There is no real report to help Presidents know how their Wards are doing in Family History, but Each Ward could get that information easily as they are working with their people and calling them and inviting them through the Consultant Planner.

Right now, there is a need for all Bishops to let their Stake President know how many people have their 4 generations done.  This was an easy and fun way for our Ward to keep track.  Originally it was simpler but the brainchild of Kristina Potter.  We have modified it to tally different logistics and each Consultant has access to it.  The Coordinator easily will have all his or her numbers for Ward correlation.

Check it out.  If you like it and it will help your Ward, please feel free to use it and then report back to us if it was helpful.

I had the Google Drive version up here but today I replaced it with the ONEDRIVE VERSION  You can work so much easier with Microsoft products with OneDrive.  The little pull down tabs work perfectly saving you time and energy memorizing various tasks you achieved.





Link to power point on How to use the Template - DIRECTIONS FOR WARD CLERK IN POWER POINT

Here is a PDF of the HOW TO....DIRECTIONS FOR WARD CLERK IN PDF


HERE IS THE EXCEL WORKBOOK  EXCEL WORKBOOK ON HOW TO KEEP TRACK OF WARD FAMILY HISTORY

You can download this and edit it.  if you can't, email me and I'll send it directly to you.


There isn't any sound - This is instruction for you to help your Ward Clerk to format the Address list to fit into the Template easily.   You can start and stop if it goes too fast or just Read the PDF together.



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