In conjunction with Maryland's and Virginia's "Day of Service," a local area authority generously hosted both our mission and Washington D.C South at the Nationals game on Friday 9/18/13.
Between our two missions, we had several hundred energetic yet noticeably well-behaved missionaries in the stands. We made quite an impression!
|Elders Sum, Shelton, Chapman, Rushton, Arnett|
and Sister Nakatsuka
|Elders Carrera, Branning, Andrade and friends in back|
Elders Lussier-Houle, Bledsoe, Fletcher and friends
|Sisters Carcamo, Lavrentyeva and Owens in back|
Sister Robertson and Jorgensen in the middle
Cassandra Miller bottom right
|Elders Wood, Guerrero and Welch|
|Sister Schoemaker working her charm! The ushers who were working our sections told us several times|
that they had never been more impressed with such a big crowd of young people between 18 and 21.
|Sister and Elder Porter|
|Sister Nakatsuka with Sister Cooke in back,|
Elders Sum and Arnett next to the President
with Sister Croese and our daughter, Carrie on his left
|Our daughter Elizabeth (R) |
with her friend from our ward, Cassandra Miller
|Elders Andrade, Queen, Bledsoe, Nollet|
Sisters Tembo and Weber
|Sisters Lavrentyeva, Cooke and Connelly|
|Elders Stevenson, Snow and Appiah|
|Elders Lussier-Houle, Queen, Fletcher, Bledsoe, Whitlock, Nollet and half of Jackman.|
|Carrie Cooke, Cassandra Miller, Elizabeth Cooke, Sisters Clement, Schoemaker and Cooke|
|Elders Arnett and Sum|
Most of us took the Metro to and from the stadium.
|Shane Carver and our son Joe Cooke|