Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Our Week in Pictures

   Once again we have had a busy week, so
 here are Pictures of our week.
Choir Practice  for Seminary & Institute Graduation
We did not get as many pictures as we would have wanted to get, because we were so busy, but it
was a great night.

We went to the Memorial Day Recognition Program
 at the Airport. It was very touching as they unveiled
the picture of another Micronesian that was killed
in battle fighting for OUR Country.

Wreaths were placed for the fallen Micronesian soldiers, who have been killed fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Many of the families of these soldiers were there and there was a sweet spirit there.
It was really special to represent the Church at the Program.

Another mid-night run to the airport, to see off Janice and her family...........

Not Elder LeFevre, but we had lots of fun with the members that came to
see off 3 former missionaries who had come back to visit the Island they all served
on in 2006.
Mama Serina & Elder LeFevre

2 of the 3 former missionaries, checking in

Many members came to see them off. Pres. Ongesel

This guy, don't have a clue who he is, but we really liked his floaty

Sis. Ongesel, Elders Barlow, Carter & Dunn, Pres. Ongesel
The missionaries stayed at the Ongesels house for the week they were
here visiting

These 3 elders, did some great work when they served on Pohnpei,
Everywhere we went people told us about them and how they had helped
them so much.
the people loved that they came back to visit and check on them.
Many came back to church, who had not
been there in a while ,just because these Elders came to check
on them

And of course I had to get my picture taken with these Grand ladies
Sis. Deweyeye, Sis. LeFevre, Sis. Tim, Sis. Mark, Mama Serina

And in the middle of all of this, we got another new Elder.
Welcome Elder Tapua

His trainer will be Elder Rice.
Elder Rice & Elder Tapua will serve in the Rohi Area,
To help build up the new unit that has been formed there.

And it just wouldn't be a real week without at least one picture of an Elder or Sisters.

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