Saturday, June 22, 2013


In memory of the Augusta, Maine soldiers who died in the Civil War
and "commend their example to future generations"

Remembering the women who served as valiantly
In most cities and villages, there is erected a memorial.
On this one for soldiers of the 1st World War is written:
Quiet they rest in this high hope serene
That we for who they died shall kep the faith.

Elder Hatch honoring his 18 month mark wrote his" title of liberty"
remembering Captain Moroni who admonished his followers:
"let us remember to keep the commandments of God." Moroni 46

Elder Terry has decorated a box for his scriptures, a constant reminder
of Him who represent and serve.

Elders Dudley and Phillips stand in front of Bangor Maine chapel
where we have shared innumerable memorable moments.

Marvelous Moment to Remember: the Baptism of Prekash
His mother, uncle and cousin, and Elders Resendez, Parsons, Varney, Wengert and Lozono

A 10 year old drew and colored this picture:
Remembering the shepherd who 'shall gather the lambs with his arm,
and carry them in his bosom," Isaiah 40:11

Remembering the love and devotion of those who strive to serve
God and fellow man, Sister Rainey pictured with Sisters Waite and Sowards
Remembering those whose lives have changed through the Atonement of Jesus Christ:
Brother and Sister Luckin

Concord Zone
The thoughtful remembrances from Augusta North Zone

One of many deeply appreciated momentos given to remind
us of our three years of service.
This apron given by Eler Harris and his mother is a reminder of
Sister Wilkey's Inspirational Message

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