Max and Mary continue to be active workers at the Family History Library. Often Mary is at the Welcome Desk or the Cash Register. Copies or scans are 10 cents each or 5 cents for those who work there. The young missionaries come in to email and what they print up is free. Also free are FORs which are family ordinance requests. Then we help patrons by printing up cards for the temple. We also charge for flash drives and some classes ($20 to pay for the book that we print for them). Most classes are free, and are mainly to help people with Family Tree or increase awareness of the sources and how to use them. Max is usually at the Help Desk which is the family history consultant. Helping patrons is our major focus. Max also is busy cataloging books.
|Dick Lisle and the 15hp. Star|
|Dick Lisle in his Comet outside the factory|
|Mary at the "Blessing the Animals" mural at the Pueblo|
|Walt Disney Center|
|Los Angeles Public Library|
Also on Sunday we enjoyed going to the Artesia Ward in Torrance for a Fireside for the departing missionaries. There were 13 young Elders and Sisters who bore their testimonies, including our neighbor Sister Bateman. It was very inspiring to hear their stories. When they go home, there are many more missionaries that will come to fill their places and then some.