Dear Brother and Sister Burbank:
We are happy to report that your daughter arrived safely in Bangkok today. She is tired but in good spirits and is anxious to begin laboring in the Lord's vineyard in Thailand. We are thrilled to have her as a missionary in the Thailand Bangkok Mission family. Your daughter will be oriented today by the Office Couple, Elder and Sister Meeker, the Mission Assistants and also Sister Senior and I. Then she will have her first experience street contacting in the area. She will have dinner in the evening at President and Sister Senior’s home. We have reserved a hotel room for her and her companion this evening.
Your daughter will receive her first assignment tomorrow at transfer meeting. Preparation day will be on Monday and she will be able to email you each week. I am sure she will have much to share regarding her experiences in Thailand, missionary activities and her first Sunday in his assigned area.
Please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions during your daughters’ term of missionary experience.
President and Sister Senior
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Notice on MAIL to the Mission Office
To better ensure safe delivery:
* Use this address:
1645/6 New Phetchburi Road
* Always list missionary’s FIRST and LAST NAME. This prevents confusing missionaries with same or similar names
* Use U.S. Postal Service Air Mail or Priority Mail. When shipping Christmas packages consider sending them six weeks in advance for timely delivery se U.S. Postal Service regular Air Mail or Priority Mail. When shipping Christmas packages consider sending them six weeks in advance for timely delivery.
* AVOID U.S. Postal Service Express Mail and any private carriers such as DHL, UPS or FedEx. These will incur a large duty by the Thai government which must be paid by the missionary.
* Letters are collected and we forward them every week. Packages are collected and delivered to the missionaries at transfer meetings. Transfers only occur every six weeks. Perishables or heat sensitive items will suffer from the wait.