Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Sister Elizabeth Pratt's Contact information

Emailing is awesome!  but there's nothing better than getting a letter in the mail!!!

Sending a letter through dearelder.com is easy and free while she's in the mtc.  Go to dearelder.com and put in Lizzy's info including her unit #922 (see below)  She's going to the Boise Idaho mission.


MTC Address
Sister Elizabeth Pratt
2025 N 900 E Unit 922
Provo UT 84602

Instructions from the MTC

 1. Your service begins the day you check into the MTC.  Remind your family that complete separation from loved ones is part of the sacrifice that families and missionaries contribute to the work.  For this reason, you should ask your family and friends not to attempt to see or visit with you while you are at the MTC, not even during your temple walks or at other places near the MTC.
  2. All missionary mail must come through the US Mail or commercial delivery services.  These services should not be used to send pizzas, fast foods, ice-cream, or any items that will spoil if they are not refrigerated within 24 hours.  Missionaries are not called out of class to receive packages, nor do they have access to a refrigerator.  For security reasons, we cannot accept any items delivered by hand.
  3. Communication with family can be done through your missionary email account on your weekly Preparation Day. We cannot accept telephone calls for missionaries.
  4. Families and friends should not visit missionaries as they depart to their field of labor, whether at the MTC or at the airport.

After October 22-  All mail sent should be addressed to the Mission Office to avoid delay or loss that could occur during missionary transfers.

Sister Elizabeth Pratt
1111 South Cole Road
Boise, Idaho 83709
Phone #1-208-343-9883

*All packages sent to the mission home should be sent by Priority or First Class Mail so that they can be forwarded.  Other types of mailing, Parcel Post, UPS, Fed Ex or DHL need to be send directly to the missionary's apartment address, which you can get from the Pratts.

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