Monday, February 6, 2017

Service Project in Hualqui

Hay, It's a Service Project!
Nearly half the mission showed up for the service project in Hualqui to move bails of hay to nearby farms.
Nearly 100 of us on our way to serve
The object was to unload the hay from huge trucks (in the background) and transfer them to smaller trucks for delivery to farm animals that had their food burned from the fires.

Here are pictures from the mission blogsite.
Mission President Catala and a special forces soldier

The fires have gone down, thank goodness.  All missionaries have returned to their sectors and the air is now clear of smoke. Prayers answered.

But the severely affected areas are now in the process of recuperating, and this service project was to help those farmland communities. We had a fun time.
I got covered in hay. Every layer of clothing was full of stuff.

But we cleaned up pretty good for District meeting.
with Elder Sowards, Elder Arismendiz, and Elder Baker
Pulling together for a common goal always feels good - especially when it helps some needy families.

Have a great week everyone! Adios,
Elder Connor Nef

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