By Mormon Newsroom
Further up the coast the Young Single Adults (YSA) went along to Shelly Beach for a Mormon Helping Hands project in conjunction with the Central Coast Council Landcare groups. The YSA helped by removing debris and planting trees. They even had a good old Aussie BBQ.
Public Affairs Director of the Gosford Stake, Dallin Jarvis explained, “There are many benefits for everyday people to volunteer and become a part of a local community group like the Landcare programs. Not only are we able to help restore the local bushland, but we can help create a better natural environment for current and future generations”.
The Mormon Helping Hands program brings together members from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and their neighbors in providing humanitarian service in their local communities. The Helping Hands program reflects the desire of Latter-day Saints to follow the example of Jesus Christ by serving others.
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