Monday, January 18, 2010

Sunday Bulletin

Lesson #2, “Our Heavenly Father” taught by Marilee Olson

Announcements & Dates to Remember
Jan 18th No School, Martin Luther King Day
Jan 19th Book Club “The Book Thief”
Jan 28th Stake Relief Society Conference and Dinner @6:30pm
Jan 30th Relief Society Training Meeting from 9-10am. Breakfast served

Kris is collecting money for a wedding gift for Brooke Arbon and Andrew Hill.

Sisters we need your help to stack the chairs after Relief Society. Thank-you.

For ALL Lindon 11th Ward RS sisters: Come to a SHORT song practice directly after church, in the chapel. Direct any questions to Sister Lisa Harris.

More Info: On Feb 14th. the RS sisters are singing for the musical number in Sacrament Mtg, "Sweet Is the Work," Hymn 317. We would really like to be unified as a group, so we encourage all to join us. Whatever your singing talent, we want to stand together! Please encourage all sisters in Primary and YW's to join the other RS sisters and be part of this wonderful auxiliary.

As the Church responds to humanitarian needs worldwide, the need for specific types of donations varies. Currently, the items listed below would be the most beneficial.

The Humanitarian Center has received sufficient donations for the following items: sock dolls, receiving blankets, girls' hair accessories, and stuffed balls. (ABC books and picture books have been discontinued.)

FYI: Sizes: Single quilts are 72" x 90" and full size quilts are 90" x 90"
Suggested materials: Cotton, cotton-poly blend or flannel (pre-shrunk if necessary). Denim and corduroy are NOT preferred. 8 oz. bonded poly batting is recommended for tied quilts. 3 or 4 ply yarn or heavy Cro-sheen is recommended.

Quilts may be tied or quilted by hand or machine. Use 1/2" seams on pieced quilts. Ties should be about 4" apart. Square knot or international stitch is preferred. Check underneath to make sure there are no knots. Please ensure that the ties cannot be pulled out.

Binding should be carefully done by hand or machine. Two suggested methods are the pillow case method and the roll method.

Young Women Good News
Good News Minute – Wendy Madsen, No more chemo treatments, hopefully never again. Good News Minute – one of the Sisters in YW was nominated and accepted into the National Association of Professional Women. Good News Minute – 11/25 – Lisa Tanner, Kirk and Lisa Tanner became 1st time grandparents (Logan and Kristen) baby Olin Good News Minute – Marilyn Bruning, Shelby Brunning’s High School Varsity Soccer Team won the State Championship.
Mariane Sorensen sang in a youth choir in the Mormon Tabernacle Choir Christmas Concert
Sydney Bruning got her braces off!
Stacie Norton is now taller than Brooke Fairbanks.
Danyele Hoffman made it on the basketball team.
Zoe broke her arm
Alex Ladd is happy!!
Abigail is really Cute
Alese Norton played center for her lacrosse team
Lauren McIntosh got a poem published in a book called "Inspired"
Angela Bellitti gets her braces off on Jan 13th, 2010.
Ashley Jacobs is in the play Les Mis. which is showing Jan 25-30 at PGHS.
Franklin Palmer's soccer team was undefeated champs!

The first phase of EFY registration is currently open!! Now through 10:00a.m. next Tuesday, January 19th , you can enter the "random drawing" phase which will allow you to sign up now and pay no money until your name is selected to register for a session of your choice beginning January 22nd. See our website for more details! (

Join with thousands of other youth around the country this summer for a life changing experience. In challenging times, President Thomas S. Monson has counseled us: "Fear not, be of good cheer. Your future is as bright as your faith." Come share your strength and faith with us!! We are looking forward to being with you!!

"Be strong and of a good courage; be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed: for the Lord thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest!" (Joshua 1:9)

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