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Once a year 200 plus YSA gather for our amazing Regional Conference. These three days are full of spiritual uplifting, fun exciting activities and great opportunities to meet and make new friends.
Mark your calendars for May 25-27, for Gathering In the Grove 2018.
The theme for 2018 is "I Think Myself Happy"
Our Keynote speaker is Sister Susan Easton Black!
REGISTRATION IS NOW LIVE
The cost of pre-registration is $40.00 before May 1st, and $50.00 after May 1st and at the door. The cost is all inclusive* (exclusions apply see whats new page for details). There is limited space at Camp Zion so if you plan on camping, preregister soon to ensure you have a spot.
Those who register before May 1st will receive a free draw string bag with the theme and logo on it.
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Fliers to print out and share!
Susan Easton Black was born and reared in Long Beach, California. Susan was the first woman to teach religion at BYU and the first woman to receive the Karl G. Maeser Distinguished Faculty Lecturer Award for her research and writing, the highest award given a professor at BYU. Susan has served two missions for the Historic Sites Department, a mission as a psychologist for LDS Social Services, a mission to the Nauvoo Illinois Temple, and a mission in the St. George Temple Visitors’ Center. Susan is the mother of three sons. She enjoys writing, speaking, and being with George.
George Durrant was born and reared in American Fork, Utah. He taught seminary, institute, and was a professor at BYU where he met his wife Susan. George served as the Director of Priesthood Genealogy, president of the Kentucky Tennessee Mission, president of the MTC in Provo, and Regional Representative of the Twelve. He is a popular lecturer and author. George has served missions in England, Canada, the Nauvoo Temple, and at the St. George Temple Visitors’ Center. He is the father of eight children and the grandfather of many. He enjoys painting water color pictures, writing children’s stories, and sports.