Virginia Governor, First Lady Kick off LDS Day to Serve

by | Sep. 23, 2014

News from Utah

A massive service spree started on Sept. 11 when first lady of the Commonwealth of Virginia Dorothy McAuliffe endorsed the Day to Serve, an annual service initiative that involves all the members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the mid-Atlantic region of the United States.

“We stand here, united and committed, to serve our great nation and our commonwealth,” she said as she endorsed Day to Serve and thanked the 500 assembled volunteers for "rolling up their sleeves and setting an example of service for all Virginians."

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