11,000 visit temple on first day of public open house in Boise

More than 11,000 people visited the Boise Idaho Temple Saturday, Oct. 13 — the first day of the public open house for the edifice that will be rededicated Nov. 18.

Elder K. Brett Nattress, an Area Seventy and chairman of the local temple committee, called the public open house a community event and said many people from a variety of faiths have lined up to see the newly renovated temple. In fact, interest in the temple is so great, people from 38 states, two provinces, and 10 countries have signed up to come to the open house, he said.

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