This Week: Ward Conference
Next Week: General Conference
Come join us for the
Relief Society Birthday Party at the
RELIEF SOCIETY MALL
Tuesday, March 31st @ 6:30 PM
The night will be filled with:
Dinning at the Food Court,
Visiting the Shops
and a Movie in the Cinema
Don't miss this "Sale-a-Bration"!
Ward Choir: We meet at 10 AM every Sunday except Fast Sunday, in the Bingham Seminary Building. We'd love for you to join us!
April 5 - General Conference/Easter - NO PRACTICE
April 12 - Practice 10:00 AM Seminary Building
April 19 - Practice 10:00 AM Seminary Building
April 26 - Practice 10:00 AM Seminary Building
Singing in Sacrament Meeting
Lunch Bunch: Join the ladies in the ward as we get together to socialize over lunch.
The meal is your expense.
The Habit Burger Grill
@ The District
11428 S. Parkway Plaza
Tuesday, April 14th @ 11:30 AM
SEE YOU THERE!
R.S. Temple Day: April 2nd, meet in the lobby by 9:10 AM.
Ward Temple Night and Dinner: April 23rd; Dinner is at 6:30 PM followed by session.
*~ Easter Egg Hunting began in America when German immigrants brought their Osterhase tradition to Pennsylvania in the 1700s. The festivity soon spread across the nation, and baskets replaced nests. Eventually, the game evolved into a treasure hunt, and the prizes expanded from just hard-boiled eggs to include chocolate, candy, toys and coins.
*~ President Rutherford B. Hayes and First Lady Lucy Hayes hosted the first White House Egg Roll in 1878 after Congress passed a law in 1877 banning an Easter Egg Roll at the Capitol. Eggs have the highest nutritional quality protein of all food sources. You will also benefit from antioxidants that fight cancer and reduce the effects of aging as well.Most eggs are laid between 7-11 AM
*~ It is suggested that eating eggs may help treat acne, as they lower the glycaemic load of the diet.
*~ Eggs have the highest nutritional quality protein of all food sources. You will also benefit from antioxidants that fight cancer and reduce the effects of aging as well.*~ Most eggs are laid between 7-11 AM.
*~ The average American eats 250 eggs per year, which translates to a total annual consumption of 76.5 billion eggs in the U.S.
*~ Forty per cent of the world’s eggs are consumed in China.