High school track star Garrett Copelin left recently for the Mission Training Center in Mexico City, Mexico, after a stellar senior year at Lincoln High School.
Longtime Tallahassee residents Mary and Printess “Maylon” McCreless are preparing to serve a mission on Cyprus, an island republic in the Mediterranean and part of the Adriatic South Mission of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS), the community and interfaith forum is designed to open a dialogue on young people and the challenges they face. It will take place 6 p.m.., October 27, at the Tallahassee Community College’s Workforce Development Center, 444 Appleyard Drive, Building 38, Room 105.
The Symphony Band from Brigham Young University-Idaho (BYU-I) will perform in Tallahassee Thursday, July 28 at 7 p.m. at Chiles High School Auditorium as part of its “American Summer” tour.
After a pandemic-related hiatus, missionaries have returned to volunteer at Grace Mission Episcopal Church, a safe harbor for those less fortunate.
Blair Burton, President and co-owner of Paul’s Pest Control will preside over LDS mission.
Food and goods sent from LDS Bishops’ Storehouse in Tucker, Georgia to Lower Muscogee Creek Tribe.
Cher Patrick, a freshman at Leon High School and a member of the Tallahassee First Ward of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is a rising star in swimming circles.
Ben Smith, president of the Tallahassee Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, says this year’s Light the World with Love campaign is all about members of his faith working side by side with local community organizations and churches to render service to those in need. “Light the World with Love is an organized effort to bring people together to serve people in our community – neighbors and friends. This is a wonderful time of year when people have an increased focus on helping others. Light the World simply helps us do that,” he said.
Tallahassee Mayor John E. Dailey this week proclaimed Sunday, Dec. 5 as a Day of Giving, urging all citizens to “give food and monetary resources to the local food kitchens, food banks, and churches who are engaged in meeting the needs of the city’s homeless and hungry. We also encourage the gift of time and prayer on behalf of those who suffer and for those who meet their needs.”