Mountains and homes in La Boca.
Visiting after lunch.
Steve took a picture of Kent, Beth, Rusty Rundell, John Parker, William Snider and Marc Sankey eating beans, pork rinds and tortillas in the dining hall.
Here's the same crew eating at a street side taco stand, right before bedtime. What were we thinking? :-)
This is what the tacos look like. It's not Taco Bell, folks! :-)
Kent videos the classes.
Enjoying our meal.
Conference Leader Homero Luna teaches a "Leadership" class.
Cyntia and her escort.
The girls and their attendants.
Cyntia at her cake and gift table.
Steve, Kent and I with Cyntia and Eunice.
Flower petals are strewn in the aisle and the pews are decorated with tulle and ribbon. During the service the girls are presented with a doll, which signifies she is leaving childhood behind; a crown which represents the crown of righteousness she will recieve if she remains faithful to God; a bouquet of flowers which represent beauty; a kneeling pillow to signify the necessity of prayer; and a Bible on which to base her life.A group of Christian young men from Monterrey added beautiful music.