Sunday, April 26, 2009

Sunday Bulletin

Lesson - “Finding Joy in the Journey" by Pres Monson, taught by Marla Arbon

Dates to Remember
Apr 29th Open House @ 3pm & Parent/Teacher Conf @ 3:30 – 8:00pm
May 2nd Stake Adult Conference Workshop 200 South Building @ 8:30am
May 2nd PG Prom
May 9th Temple Day
May 10th Mothers Day
May 16th PG Morp
May 12th Book Club Alliance by Gerald Lund

Tuesday, May 5th - Stake YW Recognition Night (this date has been changed from April 29th), Thursday, May 21st - Seniors Graduation Dinner - 6:00 pm - Tribes backyard
June 15-19 - Girls Camp - Please make note of the extra day!

Primary Quarterly Activity Wed, April 29th 4-5:30 p.m.
Bishop's Bash! Come and learn about and play with the great members of our ward's Bishopric.
Games, Exciting Activities, Lots of Fun and Treats!!

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Sunday Bulletin

Lesson #30 - "Valiant In The Cause of Christ" taught by Robbi Ann Sorenson


Have you started getting your garden ready? This week is going to be beautiful. Potatoes can go in along with peas, lettuce and onions, and any other cold weather plants.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Book Group

Book club will be held at Laurie Hasson's home on April 21st at 7:00 p.m. We will be discussing the book "Seabird" which was written by Laurie's mother, Edna Smith Browne.

Garden Mini Class

Sister Cartwright will be teaching a gardening class on Wednesday, April 22nd. It will be held at her home at 10:00 a.m and 7:00 p.m. Bring a plot (dimension and shape) of a flower bed that you would like to design, OR just come and participate.

Sunday, April 12, 2009

Sunday Bulletin

Lesson - #29, Living With Others in Peace and Harmony, taught by Betsy Sykes


We are singing exciting music that will help you enjoy the Sabbath more fully. Join us Sunday mornings at 9:30 in Robbi Ann Sorensen's home. (We don't practice on Fast Sundays.) Questions -- call Marilee.

CURRENT WORLDWIDE HUMANITARIAN NEEDS--The current needs of the Humanitarian Services in Salt Lake City are single quilts, full size quilts, and puppets. For the time being, the Humanitarian Center has received sufficient donations for the following items: winter caps and scarves, wooden blocks and cars, and soft toy balls. When making donations to the Humanitarian Center, please refer to the project guidelines to make sure your donation is in compliance. Patterns for current need items are now available online at

CURRENT LOCAL HUMANITARIAN NEEDS--Please check in the Relief Society binders going around during third hour for the sign-up sheets for our toy/doll project. We need helpers for cleaning, sewing dresses and doll blankets, cutting out items to be sewn, and finding toys and dolls for us to work on. Please no porcelain or battery toys. Acceptable items are small cars and trucks (with wheels that work), Barbie dolls and Cabbage Patch dolls, stuffed animals in good shape, and other dolls. We will clean the dolls up, dress them in new dresses, and wrap them in a small doll blanket. These toys will go to Mexico next fall. Thank you for all your good help!

Dates to Remember
Apr 13th-17th Spring Break
Apr 21st Book Group “Seabird”
May 5th Stake YW Recognition Night