December 30, 2008

BRANCH SERVICE PROJECT

BEFORE PICTURESOF A BRANCH SERVICE PROJECT
We got a request from a branch in Makeyevka that wanted to do a service project. They wanted to help update a treatment room at a local hospital. The tile was falling off the walls, the windows were about 50 years old. The ceiling was molding and had missing tiles and the sink needed to be replaced.The Branch Members provided all the labor and the Humanitarian Aide Funds were used to purchase the materials.
Look how great it looks
This is what it looked like during the first stage of the project




We were so happy to see how well this Branch worked together to provide service to their community. I think it was a wonderful missionary tool. They made a lasting impression on the doctors as well as the patients.

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dixiewhitehead said...

I loved seeing the dance pictures.

Awesome service story here. The church is really just the same no matter where we are, isn't it? Very heartening. Thanks for sharing.

Saints in Ukraine (put music on pause)

My music


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Armenia Trip

Our last Zone Conference

Some of the faces we will miss

Our trip to Mariupol

March Zone Conference in Donetsk(click on photo to view a larger version)

Missionaries helping the International Relief Development unload a container from America

Health Fair click on the photo to see what is coming up

To listen to this talk you will need to put the music on pause first

Sometimes we forget what divine gifts we have been given. President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, 2nd Counselor in the First Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Thanksgiving

Look at the fun equipment we got to deliver to this internat for Special Needs children

Europe East Area District Meeting

I LOVE THESE MISSIONARIES

OUR APARTMENT (this is not an average missionary apartment)

THIS IS WHAT MISSIONARY APARTMENTS LOOK LIKE ON INSPECTION DAY

CLICK ON THE PICTURE TO SEE A MORE COMPLETE VIEW

LEADERSHIP TRAINING IN THE KALINSKY BUILDING

Click on photo to see more photos of the Open House at the Kalininsky blg