Chamberlain missionaries
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Isaac and LouNell Chamberlain of Blanding are sending out four more grandsons to serve in the mission field for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

The four cousins – born within four months of each other – include (left to right): Spencer Mitchell, the son of Joseph and Alyn Mitchell, enters the Missionary Training Center (MTC) in Provo on August 2 to serve in the Louisiana, Baton Rouge Mission. Garrett Chamberlain, the son of Alton and Darcie Chamberlain, flew to the MTC in Mexico on July 18 and will then return to the Wisconsin, Milwaukee Spanish-speaking Mission. Aaron Mitchell, the son of Joseph and Alyn Mitchell, will enter the Provo MTC on August 23 to serve in the California, Long Beach Mission. Ryan Morley, the son of Jedd and Alisa Morley, will enter the Provo MTC on August 16 to serve in the Ohio, Cleveland Mission.

These four will join three other Chamberlain cousins in the mission field, for a total of seven grandchildren in the field at the same time, including Max Morley in the Alaska, Anchorage Mission; Teancum Chamberlain in the Montana, Billings Mission; and Sara Jo Morley in the New York, Utica Mission.

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