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Facts and figures: Reno Nevada Temple

Location: 2000 Beaumont Parkway, Reno, Nev.

Temple presidency: President W. Darrell Foote, counselors Neil A. Minetto and John T. Perazzo.

Rooms: Celestial room, baptistry, two ordinance rooms, two sealing rooms.

Facade: Gray granite quarried near Sharon, Vt.

Size: 10,700 square feet.

Architect: Church Temple Construction Department.

Contractor: Jacobsen Construction.

District: Serves 25,474 members in eight stakes in western Nevada and eastern California: the Reno Nevada, Reno Nevada North, Sparks Nevada, Carson City Nevada, Winnemucca Nevada, Fallon Nevada and Fallon Nevada South stakes; and the Quincy California Stake.

Schedule: Opened April 24, 2000; schedule includes four sessions daily Tuesdays through Thursdays, and six sessions daily Fridays and Saturdays; appointments required.

Pertinent facts: Announced April 12, 1999; groundbreaking, July 24, 1999; open house April 8, 10-15, with more than 28,000 people attending; dedicated in four sessions by President Thomas S. Monson on Easter Sunday, April 23, 2000.

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