Serving in the Caribbean Area Presidency Office in
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

24 March 2013

Last trip with the Glaziers


Stewart and Sandra Glazier presided over the MTC (Missionary Training Center) in Santo Domingo for two years.  Their mission ended in January 2013.  Before they left we took one last Saturday get-away with them and the Mahons.  The Mahons are serving a mission working with the Young Single Adults and Institute program in Santo Domingo.  Here are a few of the pictures we took -
President Glazier planning the trip from a tour book
A common, but sad sight in Santo Domingo - A Haitian mother begging at a stoplight.



View of the Silbao - the plain of the Northern part of the Dominican Republic where much food is grown

Marilyn with some of her Dominican friends



Marilyn in front of ruins of one of the first Spanish settlements in Northern DR near Santiago

Leon along side of one of President Trujillo's limosines - Trujillo was an evil the dictator of the DR for almost thirty years.  Although he has been dead for over 40 years, we felt a very dark, evil feeling just looking at that car and realizing the terrible fear that so many people felt when they saw that car and devil inside it.

The Glaziers, the Buttons and the Mahons at a very old church near Santiago that supposedly was first built in the time of Coumbus

The view from the church built in Columbus's time.

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