Boundless Congress delegate Dianna Brown

Boundless 2015 International Congress Delegate

Diana Brown Q & A

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Diana Brown has been a soldier at the Farmington Hills, Mich., Corps since 2011. According to her Corps Officer Major Marlys Anderson she is one of the corps’ best volunteers. She serves weekly in the kitchen organizing volunteers and cooking. She also helps with the soundboard on Sunday mornings and is the sunbeam leader.

 

 

 

Q: Why did you decide to become a Salvation Army member?

 

A: When I was a little girl I used to see the Salvation Army women standing outside with their hats and uniforms on, and I always told my mom, “I want to wear that uniform one day.” And here I am wearing it! And when I do, I have the best posture.


Q: Why attend the Boundless 2015 International Congress?

 

A: It will be awesome to see where the Army started, learn about its history and experience the multicultural, multiethnic group of people honoring and celebrating The Salvation Army from around the world. I’m thrilled to have the opportunity, and can’t miss it!

 

Q: What do you look forward to most?

 

A: I’m looking forward to any training or classes as well as meeting new people. I’m also happy to simply be with my corps family and have this unique experience together.

 

Q: Does it make the experience different to attend as a corps group and raise funds together? If so why?

 

A: I love that we’re fundraising together. We’re having fun with it by hosting different events. It’s a way to fellowship with each other and folks in the corps, and I’m excited about it.

 

 

 

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