Thursday, June 30, 2011

May 2011 New Missionaries

This week we received three new missionaries.  Welcome to the mission--we already love you.

Sister Sakura Saito comes from a family of five, and both of her parents served as missionaries in Nagoya.  She is from Kanagawa, Japan and she loves her family.  She took piano lessons for 14 years and loves music because it brings the spirit.  

One person who knows her well said Sister Asahi Nishimuro is one of 
the most gifted teachers in the mission.  She comes to us from Yamanashi, Japan 
and is serving at the same time as her brother.  She has two sisters who have also served in Japan.

Elder Thomas Huish calls Mesa, AZ home, but he has also lived in Washington, Kansas, and Oklahoma.  He enjoys most sports, especially wake boarding and snowboarding.  He hopes to become a mechanical engineer, work for a company and design weapons or start his own design company.  Elder Huish is outgoing, strong willed, and trusting.  He wanted to serve a mission his whole life.

Here they are with their trainers.
Left to right:  Sister Nakatsuka training Sister Saito, Sister Nishimuro with her trainer Sister Clark,
Sister and President Baird, Elder Huish with his trainer Elder Ikeda


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