Wednesday, January 14, 2015

International Day of Service

November 2, 2013

In Guyana we had a great International Day of Service.  Each branch thought of a project that would benefit their community.  Most wore the yellow vests.  We had some good publicity and accomplished some worthy projects.  Members were happy to help.  Other branches also performed great projects.
Youth from the Diamond Branch picking up trash along where they are widening the road.

President Chin and his branch members picking up trash along the road.

Sister Gaspar

Members of the Diamond Branch

President Bharat of the Vreed-en-Hoop Branch cleaning up the school grounds.  We admired him and appreciated our time with him.

Brother and Sister Endardeo great members of the Vreed-en-Hoop Branch

Brother Martin King from the LaGrange Branch.  He and his two sons were our piano students.  He is a remarkable man.  His wife didn't want to come to Church, but he would bring his four young children.

Young Brother Reed helping a teacher paint the tables and benches.

Mark Ramotar, ?, the school principal, Roberto Kippins, and Sister Khan of the LaGrange Branch.  They also cleaned up and painted a school.

Sister D'Oliviera

Elder Beecher with Elder Steven

Brother Juman, in the Branch Presidency, and Sister Ramotar, Relief Society President

Sister Juman with her granddaughter, Elder Beecher, and three faithful young men.

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