Saturday, January 7, 2012

District Discontinued in Brazil

Located in Bahia State, the Jequié Brazil District was discontinued.  The district contained only two branches that operated in the city of Jequié, one of which was closed at the same time as the district (Joaquim Romã).  The district was originally organized in 2004 likely in anticipation of stronger growth in the area which has not occurred.  There are now 242 stakes and 48 districts in Brazil.

1 comment:

James W. Anderson said...

Google shows this location as a larger crossroads city, probably between 200,000 and 400,000 there now, so it is odd that there was not more growth.