Mormon family's 'sticker project' in Argentina creates spreads holiday cheer

by | Jan. 13, 2013

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It started as an effort for Sharee Wolfley and her family to spread some holiday cheer in the form of sharing stickers.

Originally from southeastern Idaho, Sharee Wolfley, her husband and their three young children are in Argentina, where her husband is the manager of the farms owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

“Stickers are prized possessions here in this part of Argentina — difficult to find and very expensive,” Sharee Wolfley wrote in an email.

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