Summarized by Jane R Dumont
New Visitors Center director to speak at program
Jane Dumont 29Jul99 C3
PUBLIC INVITED TO HEAR SPEAKERS AT NEWLY RENOVATED
WASHINGTON D.C. TEMPLE VISITORS CENTER
David E. Salisbury has taken up his duties as director of the
Washington D. C. Temple Visitors Center in Kensington. Md. He and his
wife Carol received training at the Provo, Utah, Missionary Training
Center and will serve a two-year term of service.
They will be the featured speakers for the monthly "Why I Believe"
fireside at 7 p.m. on Sunday, August 15, at the newly renovated
Washington D. C. Temple Visitors Center, 9900 Stoneybrook Drive in
Kensington, Md. The program is sponsored by the Washington DC North
Elder Salisbury, an attorney, has had extensive church service as
high councilor, stake Sunday School president and counselor, bishop,
high priests group leader, Salt Lake Temple Visitors Center guide,
and gospel doctrine teacher.
Sister Salisbury, from Springville, Utah, has served as ward Relief
Society president, Young Women counselor, Primary teacher, and
counselor in a ward Primary presidency.
The program is open to the public at no charge. For further
information, call the Visitors Center at 301-587-0144.