LDS Scene
July 1993

“LDS Scene,” Ensign, July 1993, 79

LDS Scene

ANTANANARIVO, MADAGASCAR—A car-train accident has claimed the life of a Latter-day Saint missionary and injured two others. Church Missionary Department officials report that Jared Marvin Prescott, twenty, of Centerville, Utah, was killed Sunday, April 25, when the car in which he was a passenger was struck from behind by a train. Elder Prescott was returning to his apartment with three other missionaries after a missionary appointment. He died en route to the local hospital.

Elder Prescott entered missionary service in July 1991 and was called to the France Paris Mission. He was then transferred to Madagascar as one of the first missionaries to work on that island located off the coast of eastern Africa.

SALT LAKE CITY—Several Church productions have received recognition. Center Street, a television magazine show created expressly for teenagers and produced by the Church, has won a Silver Angel Award from the nonprofit organization Excellence in Media. The show appears on the VISN cable network and showcases today’s teenagers doing good things for others.

In addition, four other productions have received the Telly Award, given to outstanding non-network and cable TV commercials and film and video productions. Receiving recognition were “On the Way Home,” the Church’s newest direct gospel message video, and three Homefront productions, “Service on the Run,” “Car Wreck,” and “Splash.”