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hello everyone 02 Jun 2016
I served In the Abeno, Sakai, Hirakata and Osaka wards from 8/1988 to 12/1989 under both President Moriyama and President Nishihara. How do I join?
Cheri Lott
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Welcome new Webmaster 23 Aug 2005
Hello,

On behalf of the LDS Mission Network, we are pleased to announce that Jonathan Walker has been appointed as the permanent administrator for the Japan Osaka Mission Alumni site! We would also like to thank him for his commitment and willingness to serve.

I encourage you to contribute to your alumni site, and look forward to watching as it continues to grow.

Best Regards,

David van der Leek
LDS Mission Network
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Re: What's up 06 Jul 2005
Hello all,

It's been 20 years. Send me an email, I'm looking for Adachi Shimai, Rob Kjar, Keith Miller, Dal Larson, Mortenson Choro (spider man freak), Todd Michaels, Larry Sibbett. David Fuller (how the mugi?), don't call.
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I made it to Church. 19 Jun 2005
Just a follow-up, I did make it to church at the Abeno Ward. It was really nice to attend there. My friend that went along does not speak Japanese he served a French speaking mission to Belgium. I attempted to translate for him and did a so so job of it. I was impressed with how much I could understand for having not been to church in Japanese for 20 years. It sure brought back many memories.

I went to the top of the Shin Umeda City to the Floating Garden Observatory and was amazed at how big Osaka is. I had no idea that it was such a large city.

Thanks for the assistance anyway. If I have questions for the future I will let you know a little more in advance.
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Osaka Church Meetings 19 Jun 2005
I am in Osaka near the Osaka Station and was wondering if anyone could tell me the easiest way to get to church.

I have the address for the Abeno and Hirano ward house: 1-11-8 Hannan-
Cho, Abeno-ku, Osaka-shi, 545-0021.

If I have been instructed correctly I should be able to take the Midosuji Line to Tennoji Station and change to the Tanimachi Line to go to Fuminosato Station and from there walk to the church house.

Do these instructions sound correct? Any ideas? Maybe it is a little too late to ask but thought I would give it a shot.

Thanks,

Martell
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