June Conference

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June Conference was an annual meeting of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for young men and women held in Salt Lake City until 1975, when church president Spencer W. Kimball announced the conference would end as the church, experiencing increasing international growth, moved to decentralize. He emphasized that church leaders were realizing “the impracticality of concentrating our activities and learning processes in the headquarters center only.”[1]

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