Sister Roskelley is in Wisconsin!

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Dear Brother and Sister Roskelley,

We were delighted to meet your daughter, Sister Sister Roskelley, when she arrived in Wisconsin on Tuesday, she had an interview with President Cutler, training, dinner and a testimony meeting.  The next day she met her trainer, Sister Rosenblum, and was assigned to labor in Appleton.

The first few weeks of a mission are particularly challenging as your daughter adjusts to the rigors of missionary service.  Your weekly email or letter will be a blessing to her as you build faith and give encouragement. Please write in a way that will strengthen and uplift her spiritually, giving her courage to go forward in this great work. You should receive an email from your daughter every Monday, which is preparation day in our mission.

Missionaries are allowed to call home and talk to family on Mother's Day and Christmas. Visits from family members, friends, and acquaintances are against Church policy. From time to time, you may enjoy looking at a blog that Sister Cutler maintains. The link is http://wisconsinmilwaukeemission.blogspot.com/.

Letters and packages should be sent directly to your daughter.  Her current address is 520 East First Ave. #8 Appleton,WI 54911.  She will keep you informed as to when transfer dates will be and when she will be getting a new address.  Letters should be sent by USPS First Class Mail, and packages should be sent USPS Priority Mail.  First Class and Priority Mail may be forwarded at no additional cost should the need arise.  (Standard B, Standard Post, Parcel Post, Parcel Select and Media Mail cannot be forwarded.) Packages or letters sent FED EX or UPS cannot be forwarded.  It will be the responsibility of the missionary to let you know of upcoming transfer dates so that mail will not be sent to the wrong address.

Please call the mission office (414-421-7506) if you have any questions or concerns.

Thank you for all you have done to prepare your daughter for the service she is giving. Ministering to God's children brings great joy. While this missionary service will likely be the hardest thing your daughter has ever done, it will also be the most rewarding as she loses herself in the Master's work and feels the enabling power of the Atonement. Thank you for your faith and prayers.

Sincerely,

President and Sister Cutler



Sister Roskelley and Pres. and Sister Culter

Sister Roskelley and Sister Rosenblum going to Appleton






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