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Mary JurgaitisSeptember 10, 2014

One of the Lord's tender mercies. During the 2013 Midwest tour, the "logistics wizard" worked it out to allow the choir to stop in Black River Falls, WI, to honor the Mormon logger missionaries who had come to the Wisconsin Pineries to harvest the timber needed to build the original Nauvoo Temple. AND to dedicate an historic maker now located in a park across the street from where the sawmills were located. Not only that, the choir then came to the little community of Neillsville, WI, (which is right in the middle of where all the white pine was harvested) to have lunch and relax at The Highground before they went on to their final destination in Minneapolis. Blessings of all blessings, I was able to be a part of the magic worked by the "logistics wizard".

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