To the Friends and Family of President and Sister Russell

To the Friends and Family of President and Sister Russell

Thursday, November 12, 2015

We had the privilege of having Elder and Sister Marcus B. Nash of the First Quorum of the Seventy visit our mission. We held two zone conference, but time was so limited that I didn't get pictures. We did have a little more time 
during MLC.

 Left; Elder Workman, President and Sister Russell, Sister Shelley Nash, Elder Marcus B. Nash, and Elder Colton Nash (no relation that we know of yet).

 One more shot. 
We break for lunch!

Notice how Elder Bonham won't turn his face toward the camera. Elder Provstgaard, Elder Lambson, Elder Harper (on the right) and Elder Bearss and Elder Russell on the left have no problem smiling for me.

Another lunch bunch: Left: Elders Strech, Kyle Adams, Nash, Workman, Goode and Perrine all pause for this photo op.

Check out Elder Earl, Elder Wells, Elder Thurgood, Sister Allen, Sister Clawson, Sister Geisler, and Sister Moore on the left, and Elders Campbell, Roller, Hinton, and Sisters Stucki, Doxey and Vance on the right.

From the other end of the table.

 Selfie with Sister Moore
Sister Adams, Sister Yeung, Sister Frandsen, Sister Carter, Sister Weaver, and Sister Brownlee facing us on the left. Sister Connelly, Sister Peterson, Sister Jones, and Sister Holiday on the right.

Now to the almost all Chinese table: Starting on the left; Elder Crowell (not Chinese), Elder Kung, Elder Wong,
and Elder Huang.

From the other side of the table, on the left; Sister Newell and Sister Bingham, and now you can see Sister Ansus.

President Russell works on his notes while Sister Nash enjoys lunch.

President Cropper and President Lowary are also pausing for a little refreshment.

Elder Bonham, I can wait patiently for you to face me!

Lunch is over and we are getting back to our seats.

But it's still fun to talk some more while we return to our seats.

 Elder Crowell is hurrying back to his seat!

And, he made it!
The leadership of the Oregon Eugene Mission with Elder and Sister Nash