Monday, May 18, 2009

Sunday Bulletin

Lesson #32 - “Responding to Persecution with Faith and Courage”


Dates to Remember
May 17th Seminary Graduation
May 19th Book Club Alliance by Gerald Lund
May 21st - Seniors Graduation Dinner - 6:00 pm - Tribes backyard
June 15-19 - Girls Camp - Please make note of the extra day!

Kris will be collecting money for a group gift for Travis and Caitlin.

For all YSAs and Graduating Seniors: YSA Summer Summit
June 19 -21
Register online now for the 2009 Young Single Adult Conference on June 19 – 21 in the American Fork area. Come for great Speakers (including Sheri L. Dew, James L. Ferrell and Mary Ellen Edmunds), Dancing, Comedy, Music, Service Projects, Sports, Food and More! All young single adults (ages 18 – 30) in the Lindon, Pleasant Grove, Cedar Hills, Alpine and Highland stakes are invited.

Here are the General Conference talks that should be used for the next 6 months.
May – Becoming Provident Providers Temporarily and Spiritually, Robert D. Hales
June – Respect and Reverence – Margaret Lifferth
July – Temple Worship: The Source of Strength and Power in Times of Need, Elder Scott
Aug – Sacred Homes, Sacred Temples, Gary E. Stevenson
Sept – Be Thou an Example of the Believers, Ann Dibb
Oct – Adversity, President Henry B. Eyring.

***BREAKING NEWS***Starting Wednesday, May 20, 10 a.m. to 12 noon, you are invited to work on the doll project for Mexico each Wednesday morning at Marta Valdizan's, 954 East 100 North. (We will NOT meet Wednesday, June 3) Projects will include cutting doll blankets, cleaning up the dolls, washing and styling hair, cutting out doll clothes, etc. Please bring items such as sewing scissors, rags, etc., whatever you think you'll need. Questions? Call Marta at 801 796-6073 or Mary Jane at 801 796-7449. Thanks!

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!

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