'Soldier of Christ - Well Done!' PROMOTED TO GLORY Concord Bandsman Norman Blackie was killed in a tragic one-car accident enroute to the Great Victory Congress, where he was slated to play with the Concord Band. His wife, June, suffered minor injuries. A
By Lt. Colonel Mervyn Morelock - The newly commissioned lieutenants, resplendent in their new red epaulets, are on their way to their first appointments. The second year cadets, looking a little older and wiser than when they first entered
By Major Sharon Robertson - The Aramean soldiers moved silently on Dothan, darker shadows stealing through the dark night. "Arrest the prophet! His message must be stilled!" In the gray of first light, Elisha's servant reconnoitered. The city was surrounded.
By Bob Bearchell - Words can't describe the physical, spiritual and moral support lent by caring people from the Western Territory. At last report, the following people have traveled to North Dakota to assist in "Operation We Care." Alaska-Major
by Allison Starrett - More than 400 gathered for Southern California Division's "Solid-Rock-Solid" Youth Councils at Camps Mt. Crags and Gilmore. Activities began on Friday with opening ceremonies and the introduction of the theme chorus, written by Donnie Rasmussen. Friday
Southwest by Captain Mariam Rudd - Buses and vans pulled in from all directions to the Glorieta Conference Center in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of New Mexico for the Southwest Youth Councils. Gigantic rocks reminded delegates of the theme, "Solid-Rock-Solid,"
"The Place to Be" by Cadet Lisa Smith - With steaming lattes, iced cappuccinos, freshly made doughnuts, and a showcase of great talent from all over the Western Territory, the Late Night Café became "the place to be" for young delegates
Eight divisions sent their finalists to the territorial Singing Company competition, held at the Great Victory Congress. Each group sang the compulsory song, "We Will Shout" and another of their own choice selected from the 1997 edition of the Western