April 2013 - July 2013
The Beehive serves the 400,000 members of the LDS Church in Arizona with a FREE quarterly publication reporting on news and events specific to LDS members.
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Shannon Tavis (l) and Alberto Enriquez, Liahona 5th Ward, Mesa Alma Stake, work as volunteers in Mesa's wet-pack cannery, where items, such as salsa, are canned with the Deseret label as part of the Church's worldwide efforts to help the poor and needy. Photo by John Power, Biltmore Photo.
By: Cecily Markland
Near the Mesa-Tempe border, a complex covering more than a city block provides ample evidence of the extent of, and inspiration behind, the welfare program of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.