Melodee Curtis is hosting a dress party at her home on Monday, Nov 8 from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. The party will go on rain or shine.
These are designer girls' dresses brought direct from the factory in California. They typically sell in department stores and catalogues for $60 to $130, but will be on sale at the party for $20 to $37. All merchandise will be on display, which means if you see something you like, you buy it and take it home with you that day.
Sizes come in Infants, 2T through 14, and 2-piece skirt sets for the older girl sizes. You can find the same style of dress in all the sizes if you're looking for matching dresses for family photos or wedding parties. There will even be white dresses available for blessing and/or baptism dresses. The dresses are fully lined and machine washable!
There will also be Hair Accessories for purchase as well as Stretch Skinny Jeans for the girls, and Womens' Designer/Botique Jeans for the moms!
The party is open to the public, so everybody is welcome to come, If anyone has any questions, you may contact Melodee Curtis.
Our next activity is October 12th, at the church at 7pm. We will have a free class on learning how to make egg rolls by Sister Young Louie. We also have various crafts to sign up for. Here are pictures below with prices. You can leave a comment to order, email me, call me, or sign up at church. Any will be great. We dont want anyone to miss out on this fun night! These are super cute cards!! Belive Card $2.00 Celebrate Card $2.oo Thank You Card $2.00 Blank Card with a Bee on the front. $2.00 Happy Birthday Card $2.00 Baby Card $2.00 This is a board with hooks, and a cork board with ribbon. Very Cute! $10.00 This is a Gospel ABC Book (Quiet book) There are spots to personalize it with pictures. $7.15 each. Set of 3 super cute pumpkins. $10 for a set. Super cute soap bottles. Pick a letter. Single flower. Lots of flowers. Beach theme, Fall Heart Tree, Santa. Sleigh, Tree, snowflakes. All soap bottles are $1.25 each. Soap included! Super cute blocks of wood, with scrapbook paper and vinyl on top. Choose, "Family is Everything" "Happy Harvest" "Jesus is the reason for the season" They are $4each. So now your job is to let us know what you would like to order. If you dont want to do any of these crafts, come learn how to make eggrolls and hangout with us!! Any questions, let us know. Thanks!!
PRESIDENCY MESSAGE Dear Sisters, This month we welcome the Young Women who are advancing into Relief Society. This is just one of many changes and transitions happening in their lives. Let us be mindful of them. Let us extend the hand of sisterhood and make a place for them in our hearts. Let us share our love of the Lord and Relief Society with them. Sister Julie B. Beck, Relief Society General President, said, “Through Relief Society, sisters can receive answers to their questions and be blessed by the combined spiritual power of all the sisters. Relief Society validates the true and eternal nature of daughters of God. It is a sacred trust, a guiding light, and a system of watchcare that teaches and inspires women to be strong and immovable.” These things are true! Let us share these truths with our new sisters. The RS Presidency
PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE
“The Pursuit of Excellence is an achievement challenge designed to help a participant develop a Christlike life of love and service. Accomplishing this objective requires a diligent and serious effort in fundamental aspects of a truly Christian life—spiritual, intellectual, social, physical, and in service and character.”
ANNOUNCEMENTS June 2 Cannery Assignment June 2 Graduation June 3 Stake Blood Drive June 5 Stake Baptism June 7-11 Oakcrest June 8 Relief Society Activity June 10 Round Table June 11-13 YSA Summit June 12 Ward Temple Night June 17-19 Varsity Big Event June 19 Tri-Stake Youth Dance June 22 Cub Scout Pack Meeting June 25-26 Youth Conference June 26 Dry Pack June 28-July 3 BSA Kodiak
HAPPY BIRTHDAY! June 3 – Breauna Harr June 7 – Mary Deans June 8 - Glenda Anderson June 8 – Krista Warner June 11 – Lauri Lund June 11 – Wendy Wotring June 12 – Nicole Anderson June 12 – Janene Turpin June 15 – Elva Harper June 15 – Vickie Filoso June 18 – Tani Jones June 20 – Linae Sanderson June 23 – Mackenzie K. Bath June 24 – Karen Johnson June 26 – Jill Jorgensen June 27- Cathy Bass June 27 – La Nae D’addabbo June 28 – Gayla Anderson
LESSON SCHEDULE June 6 Relief Society Presidency June 13 Chpt 11 June 20 Chpt 12 June 27 Elder Dallin H. Oaks "Healing the Sick"
Caylynne Reed was born in Salt Lake City, UT. As a child she moved to CA., CT. and then to ID. where she spent most of her childhood. She then served a mission in Canada, she served the Halifax, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick mission. Caylynne also attended BYU where she obtained a degree in Law. While attending BYU she met her husband Garth. Garth was "crashing" a ward dance and Caylynne was trying to avoid dancing with someone she had no interest in. In her attempt to get away from this gentleman she ran into Garth and asked him to dance. They now have two boys, Jeff who is 20 years old and is currently serving a mission and Stephen 18 who is attending BYU and is hoping to go on his mission starting this summer. Caylynne and Garth will be moving in the next couple of months to Guatamala, they plan on living there for four years. Those of you who know Caylynne may already know that she is a very relaxed person, she enjoys her morning walks. She also loves all of the sisters in the ward and will miss each and every one of you.
Presidency Message A friend of Elder Neil L. Andersen lost his young daughter in a tragic accident. The friend felt unbearable sorrow and began to waver in his testimony. As Elder Anderson laid his hands on the friend's head, he felt to tell him that “Faith is not only a feeling; it is a decision.” Elder Andersen said, “As disciples of the Lords Jesus Christ, we have enormous spiritual reservoirs of light and truth available to us . . . In our days of difficulty, we choose the road of faith” (Ensign, Nov. 2008, p. 13). President Monson reminds us, “The future is as bright as your faith” (Ensign, May 2009, p. 92). Sisters, no matter our situations in life, let us choose to press forward in faith. Love, The RS Presidency
Relief Society Commemoration Tuesday, March 9 is this month's activity. It will focus on our "Purse"onal journey through Relief Society. Come enjoy a fun dinner with Purse centered games and some great insight to how Relief Society is for everyone. Don't forget your purses!!! 6:30, our building. Children's class provided.
Sister Spotlight Bonnie Peterson was born and raised in Bemidji Minnesota. She was the sixth child out of nine children. She has four brothers and four sisters. After High school Bonnie attended Ricks College. Once she finished her two years there she moved to Utah with her eldest sister. Shortly after she moved to Utah she went on her mission, she served the West Virginia Charleston Mission. After her mission she returned to Utah. A few years later she decided to spend a summer in Petersburg AK. She stayed with some friends and worked in their restaurant. Bonnie learned that waitressing was not her forte’. But she did get to Salmon fish, she caught one that summer. She met her husband Kelly while cheering for the guys basketball team at their singles ward. Kelly took an interest in Bonnie as she cheered on the teams. He knew her roommate and asked her if Bonnie might have an interest in him. The rest is history. They now have three girls Shannon 21, Leah 18 and Katie 15. One thing you may not know about Bonnie is that she is very competitive, when it comes to sports. Her hobbies are genealogy, gardening and camping. She currently works part time as a media assistant at an elementary school where she gets to spend her days reading to children and teaching them about the library.
AnnouncementsMar 6 – Scout-A-Rama kickoff Mar 9 –Relief Society Dinner 6:30 Mar 11 – Ward “Days of 47” Float building assignment Mar 13 – Ward Temple night Mar 10 – New Beginnings for all Young Women and their parents Mar 23 – Cub Scout Meeting Mar 27 – General Young Women’s meeting and Stake YW Recognition Dinner
Happy Birthday!Mar 14- Caylynne Reed Mar 16 – Coralynn Cook Mar 20 – Janet Ewell Mar 25 – Cassie Orman Mar 26 – Dawn Lords Mar 28 – Nila Eldredge
Lesson Schedule Mar 7 – Presidency Lesson Mar 14 – Ch. 5 The Creation Mar 21 – Ch. 6 The Fall of Adam & Eve Mar 28 – Pres. Uchtdorf “Two Principles for Any Economy” Nov 2009 Ensign
Group Temple Times Bonnie Peterson attends on the first Thursday of each month at 7:15 am and the second Thursday of the month at 9:15 and does initiatory. Dawn Lords attends the fourth Thursday of the month at 10 am and does an Endowment session. Anyone who would like to go with them is welcome to.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Golden Meadows 2nd Ward Relief Society “Charity Never Faileth”
Presidency Message President Robert D. Hales of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles said, "As we live providently and increase our gifts and talents, we become more self-reliant. Self reliance is taking responsibility for our own spiritual and temporal welfare and for those whom Heavenly Father has entrusted to our care. Only when we are self-reliant can we truly emulate the Savior in serving and blessing others. It is important to understand that self-reliance is a means to an end. Our ultimate goal is to become like the Savior, and that goal is enhanced by our unselfish service to others. Our ability to serve is increased or diminished by the level of our self-reliance." We hope and pray that we all can do what we need to to be more self-reliant. That we can strive for that main goal, to become like our Savior. We love you all so much.
Announcements Feb 2 Dry Pack Feb 6 Stake Baptism Feb 7 Fast Sunday Feb 9 Relief Society Service Auction Feb 11 Stake Temple Day Feb 13-14 Stake Conference Feb 14 Bishops Youth Discussion Feb 20 Single Adults Activity & Tri-stake Youth Dance Feb 23 Cub Scout Pack Meeting Feb 25 Parenting Class-Spending Time with your Children & Fun things to do with your kids Feb 27 Stake Adult Dinner/Dance
Emergency Preparedness Elder L. Tom Perry of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles taught: “Acquire and store a reserve of food and supplies that will sustain life…As long as I can remember, we have been taught to prepare for the future and to obtain a year’s supply of necessities. I would guess that the years of plenty have almost universally caused us to set aside this counsel. I believe the time to disregard this counsel is over. With events in the world today, it must be considered with all seriousness” (“If Ye Are Prepared Ye Shall Not Fear,” Ensign, Nov. 1995, 36).
Happy Birthday! Nicole Campbell Feb 1 Heidi Groneman Feb 4 Amie Stevens Feb 5 Kelly Davis Feb 10 Annie Baxter Feb 11 Michelle Chilcott Feb12 Kathy Lakes Feb 12 Stacie Bryson Feb 13 Donnette Christianson Feb 13 Terrie Peterson Feb 14 Amy Peterson Feb 15 Becky Bingham Feb 18 Shannon Tobler Feb 19 Peggy Robinson Feb 21 Brittney Anderson Feb 22 Karen Hogue Feb 25
Feb 7 Relief Society Presidency Feb 14 Stake Conference Feb 21 Gospel Principles #4 Freedom to Choose Feb 28 "More Diligent & Concerned at Home" Elder Bednar Nov '09 Ensign
Service Auction Our service auction will be Feb. 9th at 7pm at the church. Come prepared with a service you can give away such as cleaning, babysitting, a craft, teaching, dinner, etc. You will earn points to use for bidding by doing a fun questionnaire. It will be lots of fun and of course there will be dessert. See you all there
My parents are seving an innercity mission and there is a family that is in need of an infant carseat and crib. If you have one collecting dust in your garage waiting to take it to the DI please let me know. I will come get it from you. It will be greatly appreciated!!
Head on over to Tammisty Katz house this thursday night for a class on "Positive Discipline." Come learn so great tips or be there to share your great tips with all of us! Or just come get out of the house and hang out. Which ever way you look at...just come. :) 7pm thursday Jan. 28th. Tammisty Katz address is 13039S. 3100W. See you there! Don't forget to bring a friend.