I decided to create a blog where we can share ideas for Enrichment Meetings and Activities.
If you have an activity or enrichment meeting idea, please feel free to leave a comment or email me at email@example.com .
I will then post your idea/activity/suggestion. Thank you!
Make sure you check out all the ideas just to the right, in the Related Websites section...I hope you find some good resources to help you in your planning!
Monday, November 30, 2009
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
One ward is doing a Humanitarain Aid day. They are getting together at 9 amto do lots of projects, sewing, quilting, etc, then at 11, they will have a small luncheon.
Another ward is doing an "Emergency Prepardness" Super Saturday. They have gathered ideas for first aid kits, etc for those who are interested, and they will meet to put everything together, followed by a small luncheon also.
Saturday, August 15, 2009
Saturday, August 1, 2009
Thursday, July 23, 2009
You can sprout it and it can be a fresh vegatable in a time of need
You can crack it
You don't need a wheat grinder
It can be a meat substitute
At least I didn't know these things. So we are going to have a mini class where an "expert" in our ward is going to teach us how you can cook it like rice and add it to your spaghetti sauce, your hamburger patties, your salads..etc. Who knew? We are excited
Friday, May 15, 2009
First we will etch our names into our dishes...no more tape or markers on the bottom of OUR pans!
Stylus or pencil
Old paint brush
1.Create a design you want. I typed our last name in the font and font size I wanted on my computer and printed it out. I also used little clip art pictures around our name.
2. Cut a piece of contact paper at least 1″ bigger around the edges than your design. Place the contact paper on your dish where you want the design.
3. Place your printed design over the contact paper where you want it and place the graphite paper between your design and the contact paper and trace around the letters or design using a stylus or pencil. (If your contact paper is on the outside on the bottom of your dish you will want to transfer your name backwards, so when you are looking at it from the inside its not backwards. That is how I did mine.)
4. Using a craft knife cut the contact paper on the lines you traced. Once you are done remove the contact paper where you want it etched, leaving the rest on.
5. Make sure all the edges where you cut are down really good, then spray glass cleaner on a paper towel and gently clean the surface of your dish where you will be etching.
6. Put your gloves on and shake the etching cream bottle good. Using an old paint brush put the etching cream on generously where you want to etch. Let it sit for a minute, Then I take the etching cream off with my brush and put it back in the bottle, so it lasts longer.
7. Then under warm rinse the rest of the cream off and then take the contact paper off and you have your wonderful design!
THEN, we will have recipes for a breakfast dish, lunch dish, and dinner dish.
We will end with casserole sampling. The sisters in our ward signed up to bring their favorite casseroles to share. We are providing the punch and cookies.
****If you know someone who does vinyl lettering, they can make a stencil of everyone's last name! I'd of course offer to pay them, but it shouldn't be that expensive per name. I'm sure that the sisters probably wouldn't mind paying a dollar or so, for their name either. Anyway, if you find someone who does vinyl lettering, just have the print out the name in a mirror image. It works fantastic and it's so EASY! You just stick it on, then put the cream on top, clean it, and peel it off. It's beautiful!
Monday, April 20, 2009
Friday, April 17, 2009
Tuesday, March 17, 2009
Confessions of a Chocoholic Cook
is a free cooking event in which community members will be taught simple but tasty chocolate recipes from author and cook Deanna Buxton.
The event will be held on Wednesday, March 18th at the SCERA lobby (745 S.State St., Orem, UT) and will begin at 7 p.m.
Some of the recipes that will be taught and demonstrated include ChocolatePancakes with Grandma's Syrup, Snickers Salad, ³My Most Favorite Cake² andFudge Cookies.
The event¹s recipes are based on the book Worldwide Ward Cookbook, whichfeatures recipes from all over the world.
Confessions of a Chocoholic Cook is open to the general public, but thosewho want to attend must RSVP by March 16 by firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com> .
Participants are also encouraged to email their best chocolate/dessertrecipe ahead of time to be included in the recipe-swap table at the event.
Tuesday, February 17, 2009
Deseret Industries has all sorts of fun things that they make and send out to orphanages, etc. We will be making baby quilts, bibs, toy balls, dolls, file folders, scarves, and hats. We will be sewing some things, but other things do not require it. So everyone, no matter what their knowledge, can participate in serving and creating these projects. We are really excited!
Friday, February 6, 2009
We will be showing this at our next enrichment meeting, when we commemorate the RS Birthday!
Tuesday, January 13, 2009
She has a script, music, and a story specifically for the RS birthday. If you are interested go to:
Click on Free Downloads
Sign up for her email list to be notified of more free downloads, by entering in an email.
Click on the tab labled, Leaders
At the top you will see the story, "Parable of the Princesses" and a link that will take you to a pdf file for the RS Birthday script. You can email me with any questions. firstname.lastname@example.org