Sunday, February 28, 2010

2010 January Zone Conferences 2

(L to R) Elders Crosby, Patterson, Tueller, Larson,
Ostler and Whitehead

Elders Tueller, Park, Parkinson and Black

Elders Long and Miller

Elders Escobar and Salinas

Sisters Rivera, Poorman, Elders Calona,
and Avilez

2010 January Zone Conferences

(L to R) Sisters Campos, Earl and Flores

Elders Moreno, Stevens, Ayala, Vilchez, Garay
and Lloyd

Elders Vallecillo, Sosa, Rodriguez, Vanegas and

Elder Vaha'i is ready for lunch...and he could eat
them all!

2010 January Zone Conferences - Traje Tipico

Our great missionary sisters serving in the mountain
zones of Chimaltenango and Solola, dressed in
traditional mayan clothing (traje tipico)
(Lto R) Sisters Lemus, Ramus, Aguilar, Cajas, Hernandez
Castro, Gonzales, Herrera, Waldie and Badham.

2010 January - Adios...Bienvenidos

Welcome Elder & Sister Hatch from California.
This lively couple bring a wealth of experience
to our mission. This is their fifth mission! Elder
and Sister Hatch have been Mission President and
Mission Mom in the Des Moines Iowa Mission and
has been an in country (Spain) regional representative.
They will work in Guatemala City helping stakes
implement their ward mission plans and teaching
new missionaries at the Guatemalan MTC.

Elder Garay entered our mission off change three
weeks early. He will be with one of great trainers
in a training zone in Guatemala City.

An early good bye to Elders Lopez and Elder
Machuca. Both left early to attend school.
Best wishes and much success!

2010 Happy Trails...

We said goodbye to our Area Medical Advisor,
Dr. & Sister Taylor and to the CCM President &
Sister Christensen in January. We loved working
with them and they will be missed.

2009 Service Projects - Food bags

Elder Zapata and Elder Rodriguez helping
in filling the food bags on the assembly line.

Elder Winters a thumbs up for helping Guatemalans
on the east side of the country who were experiencing
a drought and a shortage of food.

Elder Vallecillo and Elder Flores with other missionaries
preparing basic food necessities

Loading the truck - over 2000 food kits were assembled.