Heather from Women in the Scriptures has posted the following fantastic script based on the original minutes of the very first Relief Society meeting. It's the most historically accurate script out there if you'd like to re-enact the events on the day the Relief Society was organized.
coming up with a skit is hard to do and I made up one of the poems prayerfully with minutes to spare for an extra boy (which is a good thing) guess which is mine...
anyone have other suggestions or jokes to add? My turn is coming up again in three months. (ldspoetrybykellymiller.blogspot.com
1-Guys, guys, I'm looking for a joke for Pack Meeting- Does anybody have an idea?
2-How about my pizza joke?
1. OK let's hear it
2. never mind, it's too cheesy
3. I know, I've got a joke about tortillas
1. all right. Let's hear it.
3. Ahh. No. It's too corny
4. I have one about echoes
1. sure, let's hear it
4. Well I can't repeat it
5. Have you heard the story of the germ?
1. I don't think I so
5. Too bad, I don't want to spread it.
We had a fun New Beginnings evening with a 50's theme. Decorations included old LP's with labels on them going with the different values.
We had helium balloons of the different value colors also attached to glass ice cream sundae dishes as centerpieces at the tables. We also had Skittles in the centerpieces. We called it the "Heavenly Sweets Ice Cream Parlor" and for refreshments we had drinks of the different value colors. The white ice cream was for Faith and the girls and parents got a float with ice cream and the drink color they chose. The drink bottles had cute bright labels with the different value colors and the value on them.
I wrote this script to be used as a base for planning LDS Christmas programs. This contains the text of the Christmas story from Luke and Matthew, directly from the scriptures. It also has suggested hymns and songs to be sung in each section.
Read the text, and then chose songs you like or that your pianist/organist can play. If you don't have time to present the entire thing, just