Facts and figures: Billings Montana Temple

Location: 3100 Rim Point Drive in Billings, Mont.

Temple presidency: Pres. Stanley Stott; David W. Pennington, first counselor; and Keith O. Allred, second counselor.

Rooms: Two ordinance rooms, three sealing rooms.

Facade: Wyoming white dolomite.

Size: 33,800 square feet.

Architect: CTA Architects Engineers, Billings.

Contractor: Jacobson Construction Inc., Salt Lake City.

District: Serves 35,000 members in 13 stakes, eight in Montana and five in Wyoming.

Schedule: Open Tuesday through Saturday; first session at 8 a.m., last session at 8 p.m.

Pertinent facts: Announced Aug. 30, 1996; groundbreaking held March 30, 1998; open house held Oct. 8-23, more than 68,450 attended; dedicated in eight sessions Nov. 20-21, 1999, by President Gordon B. Hinckley.

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