Transfer Stop in Quincy

2016-1-13 Arrivals and Transfers (113)Here is one of the church buildings in Ellensburg.  This is the Magnolia Street building where we met the next convoy of missionaries who came from the surroundings areas to pick up and drop off.2016-1-13 Arrivals and Transfers (120)Sad farewells with Sisters Oliva and Harston, who are phenomenal missionaries.2016-1-13 Arrivals and Transfers (115)2016-1-13 Arrivals and Transfers (130)2016-1-13 Arrivals and Transfers (121)2016-1-13 Arrivals and Transfers (117)2016-1-13 Arrivals and Transfers (119)2016-1-13 Arrivals and Transfers (116)Dear new Sister Hinkle will be joining Sister Oliva here.  Others are moving on to Quincy, and beyond.  Aren’t these Sisters beautiful???2016-1-13 Arrivals and Transfers (114)2016-1-13 Arrivals and Transfers (122)2016-1-13 Arrivals and Transfers (135)2016-1-13 Arrivals and Transfers (126)2016-1-13 Arrivals and Transfers (128)2016-1-13 Arrivals and Transfers (129)2016-1-13 Arrivals and Transfers (127)2016-1-13 Arrivals and Transfers (133)2016-1-13 Arrivals and Transfers (125)The Polar Express is loaded and moving on to Quincy!2016-1-13 Arrivals and Transfers (136)President Lewis and I returned to the Yakima Stake Center after this stop (45 min back), where we brought Elders Veijnar and Broadbent from Ellensburg to meet their new companions back here in Yakima.2016-1-13 Arrivals and Transfers (139)This has been a fun day.  Filled with excitement and emotion.  We are grateful the weather has been better and everyone is safely settled in now and ready to start the next transfer period.  It’s going to be a good one!

About annlaemmlenlewis

I am member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and I am currently serving as a Missionary in the Washington Yakima Mission. Welcome to my personal blog, Ann's Words, and my Mission blog, Our Yakima Mission. If you are interested in family history stories and histories, you can find those posted in Ann's Stories. Thanks for looking in!
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