Tag Archive: Relief Society

Preparedness Documents in Spanish and English

Lorraine H shared a number of preparedness documents with me that are in both English and Spanish.  There’s a list of items to keep in an emergency binder and some cards to include with dry milk.  There’s also an emergency list for students. IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS BINDER *KEEP ORIGINALS IN A PLACE OTHER THAN IN THE HOME LIKE A SAFE DEPOSIT BOX GIVE COPIES OF THESE DOCUMENTS TO A FAMILY MEMBER…
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Visiting Teaching Conference: Little Red Hen

My sister shared the following information from a successful visiting teaching conference she was a part of.  I’m posting the outline flyer, and skit based on the story The Little Red Hen. We had a VT Conference during church today.  I thought you might want to put this on your website.  Everything is electronic.  We did the skit (attached), which was printed out in color.  Each person held a sign…
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Progressive Dinner Organizer

From Lela L: Our ward does a yearly progressive dinner.  I was talking to the lady that organizes it and she was telling me how much work goes into it.  I thought– I wonder if there could be a spreadsheet that would do all the work?  Well, now there is.  I created this spreadsheet– all you have to do is enter the hosts and participants names and information and on…
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UP2U Gum Tags for Personal Progress & Visiting Teaching


I am always on the look-out for new ways to get the YW excited to do Personal Progress. One day while we were at the grocery store I saw a pack of UP2U gum and had an idea for a Personal Progress treat.

UP2U Gum Tags for Personal Progress & Visiting Teaching


I created this little handout that you can tape to a pack of UP2U gum to encourage the YW to keep working on their Personal Progress.

The front flap of the printable says:

UP2U Gum Tags for Personal Progress & Visiting Teaching

Lift up the front flap and you’ll see:

UP2U Gum Tags for Personal Progress & Visiting Teaching
On the back I added a great quote I found from Sister Elaine Dalton. 

Hopefully a good quote and some yummy gum can get those YW excited about Personal Progress…fingers crossed. :)
UP2U Gum Tags for Personal Progress & Visiting Teaching


While my Mom was visiting us a few weeks ago I showed her my UP2U gum idea and she loved it. She then said, ‘You should make one for Visiting Teaching.’ Hmmm…..why didn’t I think of that. So, I got to work & created one for Visiting Teaching.

UP2U Gum Tags for Personal Progress & Visiting Teaching

As I was looking for quotes about Visiting Teaching I saw one from Bonnie D. Parkin that said, “We don’t ‘do’ Visiting Teaching. We ‘are’ Visiting Teachers.”

So, I decided to type

“Being a Visiting Teacher Is…” instead of “Doing Visiting Teaching Is…”


These would be great to handout out to your Relief Society sisters at the beginning of the month or at a Visiting Teaching activity.

To create your own UP2U Treats…
1. Print out my UP2U Gum Labels (link below)
2. Cut them out
3. Fold on the dotted/dashed lines
{the label will go around the pack of gum}
4. Tape/Glue the back of the printable (where the quote is) to the back of the pack of gum. You can also add a small piece of tape/glue onto the top of the pack of gum.
5. Fold over the top flap
6. Hand out to your YW or RS Sisters and Enjoy!
{I added a strip of Washi tape to the front to keep the front flap down. You can do this or not.}

I hope you enjoy my UP2U Gum Labels and use them for your YW or RS sisters.

Thanks so much for stopping by and visiting my blog.

Have a wonderful day!


UP2U Gum Tags for Personal Progress & Visiting Teaching

I love to see the temple

My fabulous friend, Jaime, is a convert to the church and has always wanted to go to Temple Square in Salt Lake City.  So, when she finally saw it for the first time her excitment couldn’t be contained.  Luckily I captured it in this photo!  When I see her jump for joy at merely the sight of the temple, I’m reminded of how I should feel EVERYTIME I see and/or…
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