On Tuesday we attended the Ashaiman zone training meeting. During the break these hungry missionaries went to the nearby chop shop and bought some chicken and rice for $2. Too bad Meg and I do not want to risk buying from these cheap places.
After the meeting we helped a couple of missionaries move which required four to squeeze in the back of the truck. Buckle up everyone!
Later in the week we ran some errands with Elder Bell and Elder Michael which went later and expected and we stopped at the very crowded Madina market to eat lunch at Peter Pans.
Elder and Sister Findlay form Kelowna were still in Accra coordinating the wheel chair project. We stopped by the Stake Centre on the temple grounds to see 4 different types of wheel chairs being put together. 300 wheel chairs come in a container from China and are given out to those that need them. Apparently the church is the biggest donator of wheel chairs in the world - the project is a coordination effort between the church, the World Health Organization and the government. The Findlays have been in numerous countries organizing this project.
Elder Findlay is trying out one of the four different types of chairs that are assembled. Unfortunately there is never a shortage of needy recipients.
Saturday is our day off and I found time to go to the driving range. Not a bad range and never crowded. The balls have been well used!