Monday, December 7, 2009

December Newsletter

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
Golden Meadows 2nd Ward Relief Society
“Charity Never Faileth”
Presidency Message
Once again the Christmas season is upon us and our thoughts turn to the birth of our Savior. President Hinckley said, “He (Jesus) was the lowly babe who came to earth in the meridian of time and brought to us the gift of Christmas. He was the Resurrection and the Life, who brought to us the wonder of Easter. There would be no Christmas if there had not been Easter. The babe Jesus of Bethlehem would be but another baby without the redeeming Christ of Gethsemane and Calvary, and the triumphant fact of the Resurrection.”
Truly, it is the atonement and resurrection of our Savior that brings meaning and awe to the events surrounding His birth. We testify that Heavenly Father gave us the gift of His only begotten Son. In obedience to the Father and through immeasurable love, the Son freely gave His life. Because of this gift, we may repent, be resurrected, and return triumphant to our heavenly home.
May we ponder the miracle of His birth, the majesty of His life, and the mercy of His sacrifice. May we seek Him as the Wise Men of old and bring others with us on our journey back to Him. May we be filled with the love of the Lord and reach out to share that love with others.
With love: Bonnie Peterson, Dawn Lords, Jill Jorgensen, Heather Hansen

Sister Spotlight: Sarah W. Frank
Sarah grew up in Oregon, spent a few years attending BYU-Hawaii, met her husband in Jerusalem, served a mission in the Philippines, got married in the SLC temple, graduated from the U of U, gave birth to twins and is now expecting baby #3! She’s a bit freaked out about having three children less than 16 months, but is up for the adventure! Sarah teaches voice lesson, is the executive director (part-time) for a non-profit org that teaches music, dance, theater programs for elementary schools and just launched Sounds of Music Studios – voice/piano/guitar lessons from SL – Provo. On the side, Sarah is working on her Master’s degree at BYU in Public Management – don’t worry, only one night a week. She is a busy girl, but is the kind that can’t stand to be idle! She loves spending time with her twins the most and adores her happy-go-lucky, adventurous, comedian of a husband, Brandon. Sarah also has “pregnant brain,” totally forgot about the newsletter, and stayed up too late to spotlight anyone other than herself!

December Announcements!
8 Court of Honor
9 RS Christmas Dinner
10 Dry Pack
12 A Trip to Bethlehem

December Birthdays!
1 Suzie Harmon
4 Barbara Beck
7 Kathy Parke
12 Sunni Sargent
15 Patricia Mascara
15 Hilary Simon
15 Lucille Wagstaff
20 Amy Lewis
24 Diane Bird

Lesson Schedule
Dec 6: Sister Lords (Presidency)

Dec 13: Ch. 45 - Joseph Smith's Feelings About His Prophetic Mission

Dec 20: Ch. 46 - The Martyrdom: The Prophet Seals His Testimony With His Blood

Dec 27: Elder Scott: Spiritual Guidance & Sister Matsumori: Recognizing the Spirit, Nov. 2009 Ensign

Christmas Dinner

This Wednesday night at 6:30 is our Relief Society Christmas Dinner. Come and enjoy the evening with warm food and great musical entertainment! There will be a children's class provided if your husband has to stay late at work. It is at our building. Nice dress. See you there! Oh! Don't forget to bring a neighbor or someone you visit teach! Can't wait to see you!

Sunday, November 8, 2009

"Swap Night"

Don't forget to take your clothes, shoes and toys that you dont want to Nicole Campbells house asap for our SWAP Night this wednesday night. Come and get "new" things for your family. All of the left over items will be taken to the DI. Hope to see you wednesday night, 7pm at our church!

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

RS Craft Activity

Don't forget our craft night. Wednesday,7pm at the church. I do have a couple of extra things if you want to buy them that night. If you aren't interested in what we have, bring your own projects. Those unfinished projects. Or just come to visit with us and get to know each other! Bring a pumpkin dessert to share. See you then! Jill Jorgensen

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Winter Clothes

As you have been getting out your winter clothes for your family and realiziing that some things just dont fit anyone...I will gladly take them off of your hands. My parents mission would love any winter clothes for any size children and adults. Thank you to those who donated clothes! It really has touched some familys and ward members. Thank You!

Monday, October 5, 2009

GM 2nd Ward Enriching Ideas October 2009

Presidency Message
“Conferences have been part of the Church since the beginning of this dispensation. The first conference was held just two months after the Church was organized. We meet twice a year to be instructed by the General Authorities and general officers of the church…. Every time we are obedient to the words of the prophets and apostles we reap great blessings. We receive more blessings than we can understand at the time, and we continue to receive blessings long after our initial decision to be obedient.” (Paul V. Johnson, “The Blessings of General Conference,” Liahona, Nov 2005, 50–52) Once again we had an opportunity to listen to the words of our Prophet and General Authorities to know of the Lords love and desire for us. One of my favorite scriptures is found in Doctrine and Covenants 1:38, “What I the Lord have spoken, I have spoken, and I excuse not myself; and though the heavens and the earth pass away, my word shall not pass away, but shall all be fulfilled, whether by mine own voice or by the voice of my servants, it is the same.” We pray that you have enjoyed listening to General Conference, that you have learned from our leaders the things our Heavenly Father would have you do and to be able to receive the blessings that come from obeying our church leaders. We pray your testimonies have been strengthened and your spirits renewed.
Bonnie Peterson, Dawn Lords, Jill Jorgensen, and Heather Hansen

Food Storage
"We encourage members world-wide to prepare for adversity in life by having a basic supply of food and water and some money in savings. We ask that you be wise as you store food and water and build your savings. Do not go to extremes; it is not prudent, for example, to go into debt to establish your food storage all at once. With careful planning, you can, over time, establish a home storage supply and a financial reserve." —The First Presidency, All Is Safely Gathered In: Family Home Storage, Feb. 2007, 1

Visiting Teaching Message- quote
Sister Julie Beck (General R.S. President) “To nurture means to cultivate, care for, and make grow…Nurturing requires organization, patience, love and work. Helping growth occur through nurturing is truly a powerful and influential role bestowed on women” (“Mothers Who Know,” Liahona and Ensign, Nov. 2007, 76, 77).
New Babies!

Congratulations to Ken and Mary Jackson! Baby Girl Nora just joined their family.

Happy Birthday!
Christie Underwood 5th
Kathy Ockey 7th
Jill Fullmer 7th
Heather Hansen 13th
Melodee Curtis 15th
Liz Andreason 23rd
Emily Rasi-Koskinen 23rd
Angela Spencer 27th’
Kelly Young 28th
Tamara Goodwin 28th

Relief Society Meetings
October 14th –Craft Night. We have a lot of crafts to make that night:
Journal Jar $4.20
Photo Box $2.00
Quiet Book $2.15ea with a boy or girl on the cover
Fall Wreath $7.50
Christmas Candle Jar $4.00
(look at pictures below)

Relief Society Lessons
Oct. 4th – General Conference
Oct 11th –Ch. 11 Becoming
Saviors on Mount Zion
Oct. 18th –Stake Conference
Oct. 25th –Elder Dallin H.
Oaks, “Unselfish
Service” May 2009

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

October 14th Relief Society Activity

October 14th we are having a Relief Society activity. Craft Night. 7pm at the church. Look at these pictures of crafts we are doing. With General Conference this sunday we only have one other sunday to sign up. See what you would like to sign up for and then click on the "comments" at the bottom. In the comments you can leave your order and we will get it. Please spread the word.

Journal Jar. Inside has lots of slips of papers with ideas of what to write in your journal. $4.20

Photo Box $2.00

We will supply lots of various paper to make a cute box. You supply the pictures of course!

Prophet Book. A older kids "Quiet Book." $2.15each Boy or Girl on the cover?

Lots of great information on all of the prophets with a picture of them.

Fall Wreath $7.50

Christmas Candle Jar $4.00

Leave a comment with what you would like. We will need your money before the 14th. Any questions contact Jill Jorgensen or Nicole Campbell. Hope to see you there!

Sunday, September 20, 2009

Thank You

A big thank you to Jill for all the hard work she did for Saturday! It was great and I feel a little more prepared (which was, of course, the purpose). You ROCK!

Thursday, September 17, 2009


Don't forget our Preparedness Super Saturday this Saturday. 9am come and assemble your pre-ordered 72 hour kit. Pick up your pre-ordered cookbook. 9:30 class on basic wheat by Lauri Lund. 10am "what else goes into your food storage" by La Nae D'addabbo. 10:30 Powdered Milk and other mixes by Dawn Lords. 11am Spiritual Preparedness by Roberta Young. 11:30 Lunch. After lunch those that have ordered cans and or pouches can use the machines. There will be quilts set up to work on. We will have some great displays set up to get some ideas. Children's class will be available if needed. See you Saturday! Don't forget to bring a friend!

Wednesday, September 9, 2009


My parents are serving a "inner city mission" in Taylorsville in a Spanish ward. There is a family who is having a hard time. They have twin 5 year old's. A boy and a girl. They have special needs and have just started school. They are in need of clothes and shoes. If you are ready to get rid of the clothes your kids have outgrown, any size really...they would go to families in need. Please bring them to my house or call me and I will come pick them up! I bet even if you have your clothes and you husbands that you are tired of looking at...they would love that to! You will greatly be blessed! :) Thanks! Jill Jorgensen

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Prepardness Super Saturday

Saturday the 19th is our "Preparedness Super Saturday" we hope to see everyone there at least for some part of it. Starting at 9am the 72 hour items will be ready to put together. It should go pretty fast, but give yourself enough time if you are doing lots. Also, in the morning you can pick up your ordered cookbook. Our first class starts at 10am. Then 10:30 and 11:00 We will then have lunch approx. 11:30. After lunch the #10 canning machine and the pouch machine will be available to can the items that you bring. Check out the table on Sunday for your last chance to sign up. You can also leave a comment on this with your order until Sunday and I will get it. Any questions please let me know. Thanks! Jill Jorgensen

Thursday, September 3, 2009

General Relief Society Broadcast

Sisters, Please join with us on Saturday, September 26th at the Stake Center (12681 S. 3600 W.) for the General Relief Society Broadcast
5:00 A salad bar dinner & artisan breads will be served
6:00 Broadcast in Chapel (Sunday Dress)
It won't be the same without YOU..!
If you would like to provide a centerpiece or if you have any questions at all give us a call...
Terry Cardwell 301-7447
Roberta Young 641-1884
Jeridawn Nickle 446-4845
Lora Sorensen 347-1648

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

GM 2nd Ward Enriching Ideas September 2009

We live in a great day of temple building around the world. The adversary surely is mindful of the increasing number of temples that now dot the earth. Faithful Saints have been strengthened by adversity, and are the recipients of the Lord’s tender mercies. Like the pioneers who found the place which God for them prepared; we can fresh courage take, knowing our God will never us forsake. It is the fire of the temple covenant that burned in their hearts that gave them strength. It was their commitment to worship and honorably holding a name and standing in the house of the Lord. (taken from Elder Bednar’s conference talk 05/2009)
We know that we’ve been given the blessing of temples in our lives as a refuge and protection from the storms of life. We love and care about each of you, and pray that we’ll remain true and steadfast to the gospel of Jesus Christ. This is where we’ll find the direction and happiness we are looking for in our lives.
Have a wonderful September! The GM Relief Society Presidency,
Nina Biesinger, Lauri Lund, Summer Gordon, & Heather Hansen

Food Storage
Because food is so important to good health and even to life itself, it is one of the most important parts of a home storage program. It is wise to store the basic foods our families are willing to eat, and to know how to prepare the foods in order to avoid wasting food during times of emergency. Store a variety of foods, because we need variety during emergencies in order to maintain good health. The needs of your family will determine the amount of food you should store.
Visiting Teaching Message- quote
Sister Julie Beck (General R.S. President) outlined three things to help us in our goal to obtain eternal life. They are:
Increase in faith and personal righteousness.
Strengthen families and homes.
Serve the Lord and His children. This also means to seek out and care for the poor and needy.
As we pursue these goals, we will be ready and willing to teach and serve those we Visit Teach. The Lord has promised that He will strengthen us. He will help us.

Happy Birthday!
04-Maria Sanders
05-Sarah Frank & Summer Gordon
06-Amy Kelley, Heather Shell, & Kristi Saunders
08-Marsha Oldroyd
09-Tina Jessee & Angelique Petrick
10-Leah MacPherson
14-Lisa Webster
16Shayla Anderson
17-Lisa Evans & Andrea Nevin
22-Cynthia Miller
29-Steffaine Orman
30Ashley Kurowski

Saturday the 19th at 9:00am we’re having our Emergency Preparedness Fair. Come learn what you need to be prepared. After a light lunch the pouch and canning machines will be available for product you bring.

RS Lessons
9/6-Elder Bednar;s “Honorably Hold a Name & Standing”
9/13- Ch. 39 Divine Organization of Women
9/20- Ch.40 How Glorious are Faithful, Just &True Friends
9/27- Thomas S. Monson- “Be Your Best Self”

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Tonight - Grocery Smarts Class

TONIGHT! @ 6:30
If anyone is interested in attending a grocery class, come tonight. My sister in law is hosting a grocery smarts class. She lives close to the District. She knows of a gal who comes and teaches how to use coupons and the web site is called grocery smarts ( It is a free class and the website is free. I believe she makes on subscriptions if you decide to order the Sunday paper. Here is the info. I will be leaving my house at 6:20 if anyone wants to go with me or caravan with me. :) Or here are the directions: From 2700 West. Turn Left on 11800 S. Right on S. Jordan Farms Road. Left on Jordan Bend Road. It curves around up a slight hill. The house is on the right side. 11483 S. Jordan Bend Road.

See you at my house or there. Questions, just let me know. Tell anyone and everyone and bring them. :)
Jill Jorgensen

Friday, August 14, 2009

Nestle Calendar

Here's a calendar from Nestle with saving throughout the year. Link
It's through Walmart.

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Family Deal

My family deal that we had last night was at IHOP. Right now they have kid meals for only 99cents after 4pm. Then we used the buy one get one free coupon out of the hometown value magazine. So my family of technically 7 that eats, ate for 2.50 a person! I think that was awesome when its dining out!

Monday, August 10, 2009

Nabisco Saving Booklet

Here's a link to a Nabisco savings booklet you can order online. It contains 2 twenty dollar rebates and 15 dollars in coupons. It's while supplies last so check it out soon!
You might have to cut and paste it.

Monday, August 3, 2009

Here's the Golden Meadows 2nd Ward Relief Society Newsletter for August.

GM 2nd Ward Enriching Ideas August 2009

Presidency Message
Who can find a virtuous woman? for her price is far above rubies. Strength and honour are her clothing; and she shall rejoice in time to come. She openeth her mouth with wisdom; and in her tongue is the law of kindness. She looketh well to the ways of her household, and eateth not the bread of idleness. Her children arise up, and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praiseth her. Proverbs 31:10, 25-38

Virtuous living “at all times and in all things, and in all places” qualifies you for the constant companionship of the Holy Ghost. Determine to partake worthily of the sacrament each week and fill your life with virtuous activities that will bring spiritual power. As you do this, you will grow stronger in you ability to resist temptation, keep the commandments, and become more like Jesus Christ. –Virtue Pamphlet

As you strive to follow the teaching of our Savior we pray that you can find the peace that comes from living a virtuous life.

Love, Nina Biesinger, Lauri Lund, Summer Gordon and Heather Hansen

Food Storage

"In reviewing the Lord’s counsel to us on the importance of preparedness, I am impressed with the plainness of the message. The Savior made it clear that we cannot place sufficient oil in our preparedness lamps by simply avoiding evil. We must also be anxiously engaged in a positive program of preparation.”

Visiting Teaching Message- quote
“The Lord has blessed women with divine attributes of love, compassion, kindness, and charity. Through our monthly visits as visiting teachers, we have the power to bless each sister as we extend our arms of love and kindness and give the gifts of compassion and charity. No matter what our individual circumstances are, we all have the opportunity to edify and nurture others.” –Sister Silvia Allred, Gen. R.S. Presidency.

Happy Birthday!
02-Emily Bright
04-Lisa Dutton
05-Shannon Peterson
06-Julia Bath
08-Roxanne Neilson
10-Susan Scholes
11-Nancy Smith
12-Ann Howard
14-Michelle Beck
17-Lisa Johnson
17-Tara Larson
19-Cindy Mikesell
20-Amy Pack
24-Judie Thompson
26-Robyn Olsen
26-Tracy Childs

Tues-playgroup @ the mini-park 11:30
Tues-walking group 9pm, meet @ the church
8/12 Simple & Fast Dinner Ideas 7:00 at Sister Campbell's home
8/19 Healthy & Nutritious Dinner Ideas 7:00 at Sister A. Jones' home
RS Lessons
8/2- Pres. Lesson
8/9-Ch. 37: Charity, the Pure Love of Christ
8/16-Ch. 38: The Wentworth Letter
8/23-Elder Bednar “Honorable Hold a Name & Standing”
8/30-Bishopric Lesson

Of Special Note: On July 22nd, Amos and Emily Bright were blessed with the birth of their daughter Samantha Lily. She was taken home to her Heavenly Father shortly thereafter.

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Two Reciepes from the Bean Class

Low-Fat Devil's Food Cake Mix

1 pkg. (18.25) Devil's Food Cake Mix
1 1/3 cup water
1/2 cup oil (1/2 cup Black Bean Puree)--( Blend Black Beans and enough water or entire can of beans in blender to make a thick paste.)
3 eggs (1/3 cup dry egg Powder + 2/3 cup water)

Preheat Oven to 350 degree F. Grease sides of Bundt pan. Blend ingredients in large bowl at low speed until moistened about 3 seconds. Beat at medium speed for 2 minutes. Pour batter in pan and bake immediately. Check cake mix box for specific baking times. Allow cake to cool in pan for 5 minutes before turning out onto cooling rack. Dust with powdered sugar when completely cool.

Pinto Bean Fudge

Combine and set aside: 2 lbs. Milk Chocolate chips (5 1/2 cups) and 1 cube of butter.
4 cups sugar 1 can evaporated milk
1/2 cup pinto bean flour 1/2 cup water

Mix sugar and bean flour well. Combine with milk and water. Boil for 7 minutes stirring constantly.

Pour hot sugar and milk mixture over chips and butter, stir until melted. Add 1 tsp. Vanilla. Pour into buttered 13 X 17 pan and put into refrigerator to set up. Can freeze the fudge after it has set up to have ready for when ever you made need a nice treat.

Monday, July 27, 2009

Cheap Tortillas

Has anyone ever been to Tortilla factory? It is a little bit of a drive but if you are heading up north (layton) any time soon I just got this notice...
Don Julio Foods has an overstock of our 8" Flour Tortillas. We will be offering them at 3 pkg/$1.00 as long as supplies last! We are locted at Freeport Center Bldg Z-13. (Just off Antelope by the Post Office) Our store hours are M,W-F 9:00 - 5:00 and on Tuesday from 1:00 - 5:00. We accept cash and checks. So come stock up!
These freeze great! They also have the whole wheat ones 2 packs for a dollar.

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Good Deal This Week?

What's your favorite deals this week? Mine's Kleenex at Smith's-even the lotion kind! 99 cents a box when you buy in lots of 10 (you can choose from a bunch of different items to combine 10). My nose will be happy all winter!

Monday, July 13, 2009


I get emails from Maceys grocery store. Here is the latest:

You are all invited to join us at our Maceys Country July 15th – 18th. We will be selling fresh corn just 6 ears for 1.00 (NO LIMITS), that’s right Corn 6/1.00. Come in and see our HUGE corn display this Wednesday. Saturday we will have games for the kids, family fun events, and a Grill giveaway! Please come in and join us for all the fun and excitement!

Thank you for your continued support,

Your Friendly Sandy Maceys Team

Sunday, July 12, 2009

Dry Pack

This tuesday is our stake dry pack day. 9am until 1. I will be going. If you want to go with me...or if you cant make it and would like some items please let me know. I have a nice list going. Please let me help. Or come with me. :) Go to and you can see the updated price list for the cannery. Let me know! Jill Jorgensen

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Albertson's Deal

This week at Albertson's I got a stellar deal. Here's the breakdown.
2 Bags (14.5 Oz) Doritos
6 Boxes Kraft Mac and Cheese
2 Bags Kraft Marshmallows
7 Big Boxes Lucky Charms
2 Bricks (8 oz) Tillamook Cheese
1 Pkg (8 oz) Sliced Tillamook Cheese

I used 2 coupons from the paper and 2 online, then the 2 double coupons in their ad.
Grand Total: $20.16!!!

I also got 2 coupons for a free gallon of milk, $2.00 off my next shopping order and $2.00 off any 5 General Mills cereal. That's 8 more bucks!

Did anybody do better than that this week? I bet Heather did! Let me know.

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Fat Cats Bowling

Check out free bowling for the kids!

Thursday, July 2, 2009

Cheap Milk

There are coupons for 75 cents off any brand of milk available at and You can print off the coupons twice from each site. In sundays newspaper there will be some Albertsons doupler coupons. If milk is the same price next week, it is 1.69 a gallon. So 1.69-75 cents off doubled= .19 cents for a gallon of milk. Can't beat that!!

Wednesday, July 1, 2009


On wednesdays Arbys has been having deals. Im not sure how long it is going to last? Its usually you buy a drink and then get a sandwich for free. They change what the sandwich is each week. I think today is a Arby Melt. And you can buy any size drink to get the sandwich free!

Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Riverton Town Days

The City of Fun Carnival is coming to Riverton City Park again this July 4th holiday. On Wednesday from 6-11 pm it is 2 tickets for $1 and 1 ticket per ride. This is a great deal! We usually go right when they open and the place is DEAD. Not a line in sight! All other days it's $1.50 per ticket and multiple tickets per ride. It's a lot of fun for my little ones (aged 9-3). Hope to see you there.

Monday, June 29, 2009

Saving Money Ideas

What are your secrets to saving money while shopping? Do you coupon clip? Do you exclusively follow the ads? Are there any great websites that you follow? Please share your tips and tricks!

Saturday, June 27, 2009

Free Paint!

Glidden Paint is giving away a can of paint! Go to
(copy and paste it)

Friday, June 26, 2009


Just a reminder if you signed up for the masks. Sunday is the deadline to sign up and then I need your money. :) I will be in another ward on sunday so Bonnie Peterson is going to help me out. If you see her please give her the money. If need to change your order thats fine to. If you ordered a whole box the total is $15.98. Thanks everyone!
Jill Jorgensen

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Good Deals

This week Taco Bell Home Originals (refried beans, taco shells and taco sauce) are on sale at Albertson's for only 50 cents after instant rebates! You have to buy 10 of their mix and match products to get the deal (50 cents off per item).That's a great deal and they are my family's favorite. Has anyone else found a great deal this week? Comment below.

Friday, June 19, 2009

Pressure Canning and Pressure Cooking

Thank you Nancy Smith and Shelli Smith for the great class on pressure cooking and pressure canning. We loved it and learned so much! Just a little info from the class. You can pressure cook anything that can be boiled, steamed or braised. Nancy cooked frozen chicken in 10 min. She made a enchilada casserole in less then 20 min!!! It was wonderful! Then, Shelli showed us pressure canning. She took her thawed but not cooked chicken breast, cut it up and smashed it into the jar. No water added, put the seal on the jar and pressure canned it. Amazing!! So much cheaper then buying canned meat. Plus she showed us some bbq pork that she has done that her family gobbles up! Thanks ladies for all of the great info! Some resources are and

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Thursday night at 7:00 at Nancy's house we are learning how to pressure cook. She'll teach us how to cook frozen chicken in 10 minutes and a roast in 30! Simple and delicious. Shelli will be teaching us about canning. Come and learn how to preserve the bounty you're growing in your square foot garden!

Sunday, June 14, 2009

N95 Respirator Mask

N95 Particulate Respirator Mask
This N-95 respirator mask is designed for infection control practices in the health care industry. When worn properly, the mask will help minimize contamination by microorganisms exhaled by others, and the mask will also reduce the potential for exposure to blood and bodily fluids. The mask meets NIOSH and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services standards. Latex free. Great to have on hand for emergencies or for projects around the home. For single use only.

You can get 1 up to multiple boxes. A box is 15.98 for 20 masks. Or they are .80cents each.

There are sign ups at church but you can also do a "comment" on here and let me know your order. We will have signups available until June 28th. I need your money before I place the order. Thank You!


Welcome to our neighborhood blog! Our goal is to provide deals, receipes, emergency ideas, and upcoming activites to this blog. We hope it will help us all to be prepared for an emergency, provide easy and heathly meals for our famlies.