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Open house draws community

SYDNEY, Australia — Several civic and local religious leaders attended the open house on June 3 of the Sydney Australia Parramatta Stake center at Villawood. The building and displays covered all aspects of the Church, including the auxiliaries, priesthood, humanitarian, education, employment and self-reliance.

Guests included Sheik Taj el-Din al Hilaly, Mufti of Australia, Islamic community; Keysar Trad, spokesman for the Sheik, and founder of the Australian Islamic Friendship Association; and Ali Dib, Imam, Muslim community. Guests were greeted at their cars by a member of the public affairs hosting team and ushered into the foyer where they were introduced to their host — a member of the area presidency or the stake presidency.

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