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Utah North Area

Monument honors Ibapah

IBAPAH, UTAH - More than 450 hours of volunteer work was donated toward completion of a monument dedicated here recently. The monument honors the Goshute Indian Tribe, early settlers in the area, the Deer Creek Pony Express, Overland Stage and Mail Station and the Lincoln Highway.

The monument contains four plaques with illustrations recognizing the accomplishments of those involved in the four areas.

Pres. Milton Hardman, president of the Ibapah Branch, and Kyle Bateman, a counselor in the branch presidency, headed a committee that was assisted by many others and various organizations.

Ibapah's strategic location near the Utah border in the west desert placed it near historic efforts in the 19th century to provide communication and transportation across the continent.

Europe East Area

Concert benefits handicapped

NEUBRANDENBURG, GERMANY - The Neubrandenburg District, which includes the area of eastern Germany north of Berlin extending to the Baltic Sea, sponsored a concert recently to benefit the handicapped youth of Neubrandenburg.

In the city's Large Concert Hall, four musicians - Nina and Martin Constantin, husband and wife opera singers; Angelica Albrecht, concert singer; and Beate Comish, concert pianist - presented a program of classical and light opera. These professional musicians are members of the Church in either the Neubrandenburg District or Germany Berlin Stake.

Through donations and support of sponsors, more than $6,000 was raised. More than 400 attended the concert, including the mayor of Neubrandenburg, the president of the city state, 20 representatives of the major political parties and representatives from the Association for the Handicapped.

North America West Area

Coats for children donated

FRESNO, CALIF. - Members of the Fresno California Stake, through a united effort under the leadership of Fresno stake Pres. Craig Mortensen, provided coats and money for shoes as well as other gifts to children in need, identified through the Children's Services Network.

As the items were distributed, local television stations filmed the results.

"The importance of children and families are at the very core of our beliefs," said Nancy M. Garret, stake public affairs director.