Friday, February 8, 2013

Letter from the Mission President

New England Snow Storm All Clear:

As you might know, a major winter snowstorm is upon us in New England. All Missionaries are safe and accounted for, and I will be receiving regular updates on EVERY area of the mission in the next two days from district leaders to zone leaders to my assistants.

We are expecting from 1-2 feet of snow, frigid temperatures, blizzard conditions and some power outages. That’s the bad news. The good news is that New England is known for these conditions, and we feel prepared to deal with this storm. Vermont and Northern New Hampshire will be impacted the least, but the southern part of the mission and coastal areas will experience the brunt of this storm.

As a precaution, I have grounded the entire automobile fleet through Sunday morning with the exception of the western part of our mission and they are to stay within 5 miles of their apartments. Missionaries will largely be in their apartments or doing service projects close thereto.

Thank you for your prayers. We’ll be safe because of your faith and prayers. If conditions worsen I will apprise you, but at this point let this mighty work roll forward come snow, or snow, or snow!

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