Mormons in the Northwest U.S. and Canada pitch in to help communities

by | Sep. 22, 2011

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Pear harvesting, museum repair, food collecting and wall building were just a few of the service projects completed by thousands of members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints during the Northwest Area Day of Service on 17 September 2011. The activities are part of a worldwide commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the Church welfare program.

Church members in the Elma Washington Stake worked on three different historical renovation projects. At the 1890 McReavy House in Union City, Washington, volunteers helped sand windows and stairs.

In Bothell, Washington, a group of Mormon youth spent the day bagging oats and green beans at Northwest Harvest, a nonprofit group that provides nutritious food to the needy.

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