Tracing the family
The Salvation Army’s tri-territorial family tracing* conference will be held in October 2014, at The Salvation Army’s Geelong Conference Centre. Some 25 delegates are due to attend, from New Zealand and Australia.
Prior to the conference, next month (3-9 August) marks the annual national missing person week – the 2014 theme includes discussion of the impact of dementia on missing persons. Major Phia Gibb territorial director) will attend the official launch in Canberra, at the old Parliament House. Look for an upcoming warcry cover story on the subject.
* ‘Family tracing’ is The Salvation Army’s missing persons’ location service, undertaken on behalf of family members.