|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
|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