Elder LeDoux is pointing to Vuna on Taveuni island where he will serve the last two months of his mission. He is excited to be working with the people again and not be stuck in the office. He had been Assistant to the President. Elder Palmer and Elder Checketts are now the new Assistants. Elder Palmer was one of the shortest missionaries and Elder Checketts was definitely the tallest missionary in Fiji. The Lord has a sense of humor when he puts these companionships together. They were all wonderful leaders in our mission.
Good food makes happy missionaries. This is in the mission home. Most of these great missionaries have now returned home. I hope our paths cross again sometime in the future.
Here are the sisters after one of their training meetings. They love this opportunity to visit with one another. Those are photos of all our missionaries on the white board grouped by zones, districts, and areas. The sister on the right is pointing to the new missionaries who are due to arrive soon.
Each ward had to furnish a quartet and a choir. This is my ward's quartet (Tamavua 2nd Ward) composed of the Veikoso sisters in the center and the Solomone sisters on either side.