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|We are sad to report that Richard and Ardith Eakins died in a tragic traffic accident this past week and their funerals were held yesterday the 24th of May, 2007. Richard was 75 and Ardith was 70 years old. They served two missions in Cambodia and Myanmar from 2000-2004. They made significant contributions to the growth of the church in the two countries. They are sorely missed by their family (7 children and 25 grandkids) and those whose lives were
impacted during the three years spent in the Cambodia, Phnom Penh Mission. We know they are still busy in doing good, but we miss them!
President and Sister Colton
|Suasdei Bong B'oon,
As many of you know, they are deciding on 7 new wonders of the world, and they want the people of the world to participate. Angkor Wat is up as one of the choices. So please go to www.new7wonders.com and vote. There will be a link to "register and vote" but don't be alarmed, they want no information about you except your email address, so as to avoid double voters.
Please forward to others to support Cambodia. The winners get much needed attention and preservation.
Kirsten Downing Trefflich
|Hey, congrats on your call! I'd be happy to help you out in anyway. I could even help you get started on the language as I still study every day and translate for conference ect. Let me know, Chris McClain (ANH LAM)
|I just got called to the Cambodia Phnom Penh mission-vietnamese speaking. Is anyone willing to give me some helpful advice or give me the heads up on what to expect!? i would really appreciate it! I am really excited about this mission! best mission in the world, right? Thanks!
Here is the info. for the mission reunion. It is going to be awesome this year. We have hired a few Cambodian sisters from the local branch to cater the food. So for those of you that have been home for three or more years like me, come satisfy your cravings for authentic Khmer food! It will be combined with all missionaries that have served in Cambodia. President and sister Colton are in Cambodia right now with the Le Fevres. They will be holding a mission reunion over there with all of our old companions and friends. There will be pictures and an update given by President Colton. Please forward this to anyone you might have an address for. We also need volunteers for dessert, cups, and plates.
Date: Friday March 30th
Time: 6:30 pm
Place: Westminster Institute
Cost:$5 per person
RSVP: Tyler Stark at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jeff Madsen at email@example.com.
|Youth group in Northern Virginia is looking for a returned missionary who served in Cambodia to come and tell them about their experiences. If you or someone you know lives in the Washington D.C. area and would be willing to present on their missions to a small group of youth, please call:
Living in Phnom Penh, I am interested in joining this helpful community. I would like to know the address(location) of the church because I cannot find it on the internet.
Please send me an email about the location of the church and explain me briefly to become a member.
|We have a Cambodian student (a girl) who needs some support from someone who speaks Khmer.
I was wondering if you or anyone on your site would know someone in the SLC area who would be willing to come and volunteer and work with this young lady and her family from time-to-time. This is a flexible volunteer opportunity and wouldn't require a lot of hours. We just want to show her and her family as much support as possible.
If you know of anyone who would be interested, please have them send me an
Thank you very much in advance for any assistance.
|I received this information in my box; I'm not sure if it's appropriate to send out to fellow alumni but I'll give it a try, just in case there are any interested.
>>Khmer, Vietnamese, Lao, Indonesian and Thai Interpreters and Translators
>>The Office of Language Services of the U.S. Department of State
>>provides interpreters (oral communication) and translators (written
>>documents) to various federal government agencies which organize
>>training programs and cultural exchanges for foreign officials and
>>experts or hold international meetings and conferences.
>>It is currently looking for Khmer, Vietnamese, Lao, Indonesian and
>>Thai freelance consecutive and simultaneous interpreters for
>>sporadic work in the United States. Applicants must speak fluent
>>English and one of the aforesaid languages, be U.S. citizens or
>>permanent residents (minimum 2-year residency), able to travel 3-4
>>weeks at a time, with a college degree and excellent knowledge of
>>U.S. Government and current affairs. Previous interpreting
>>experience is not required. For more information regarding the work
>>involved, please contact Ralitsa Combs at (202) 663-1619 or
>>The Office of Language Services is also looking for translators
>>from English into Khmer, Vietnamese, Lao, Indonesian and Thai or
>>from those languages into English. Applicants must be U.S. citizens
>>or hold visas allowing them to work in the United States and have
>>the ability to write well in the foreign language or English at an
>>educated, native level. A college degree and several years of
>>professional translating experience are required. Knowledge of
>>public and international affairs vocabulary in both languages is
>>essential. Working knowledge of MS Word and PowerPoint is also
>>Candidates interested in working as contractors for the Office of
>>Language Services should send resume to Carol Wolter at
>>WolterC2@state.gov>WolterC2@state.gov or fax it (202)
>>261-8807, attention Carol Wolter.
I didn't know you had a little boy, congradulations!! Sned me a email or a call I'd love to catch up with ya.
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