“Here are photographs from our ward’s service in southeastern Louisiana. We collected canned goods for several months and donated them to three local charities. On April 25, ward members volunteered at the feeding ministry of the local AME Church. The photographs show some of the volunteers wearing their yellow Mormon Helping Hands vests and shirts while preparing and serving food, and stocking pantries. The Primary children sang several songs at the event.”
TSteven sends in pictures from their cleanup project in Minnesota. Thank you!
“After all the snow and ice melts in our little town the city sponsers a City Clean-up day as all the hidden trash is uncovered. Our primary asked the ward to particpate, but only the Presidents’s family and the 2nd Counselor’s (my wife) did. The 11 of us were assigned the local lake and we spent 3 hours cleaning the shore line of all the trash accumulated by the ice fishermen all winter. We found a lot of floats and beer cans (even one full one, but not our brand), plus we got a traffic cone! As you can tell the weather was wet and cold, but the day before had been 90 – that is what we call “the summer” here – blink and you miss it.”