Monday, November 10, 2014

Stake Relief Society Clothing Exchange

We were thrilled to know to have this kind of activity in our Stake. We are so much grateful for the Stake Leaders of holding this activity. We became curious and excited of the things we are going to get and to bring at the activity.

Here are the planning of the Stake Relief Society Presidency have made:

11am to 2:00pm – Drop off Clothes    (Clothes will only be accepted during this time)

3pm Doors will Open to Shop

Items Accepted 
Baby Clothes/ Baby Blankets

Primary Children Clothes/ Shoes / School Bags

Women’s Clothing/ Purses/ Jewelry/ Shoes

Men’s Clothing/ Belts/ Ties/ Shoes
Items Not Accepted 
Items torn/broken or with holes (unwearable because of the holes or because it’s broken)

Used underwear


Broken Shoes/ Broken Purses or Bags

When you drop off your clothes you will receive credit in the form of tickets. You then come back and use these tickets to purchase items that you want.  We ask everyone to respect the time line for drop off. No Clothes will be accepted past the cut off time. But, you can coordinate someone else to drop your clothes off and pick up your tickets for you, if you want.

Everyone is invited – but doors will NOT open until 3pm.

Volunteers Needed 
We ask from each Ward to find (4) Volunteers!  These should be women who have the Time and don’t mind working and setting up the clothes. They will need to help from 11am – until 5pm. (note: they might have little or no time to shop, they will be working). Please ask the sisters who are willing to be volunteers on this day. We need 4 sisters from each ward, please have them be at the venue by or before 11am.

Note: After the we consumed our tickets, they also prepare another area for FREE NO TICKET FOR ALL.

 The more the merrier this activity should be. :-) We really had fun. Hope you could do this in your Stake as well! Enjoy!

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Mango Jam and Mango Bango

Our activity was just in time with the season here in Philippines. Their are lots of MANGOES. They are ripe, dark yellow, smells really good and they are all sweet! We are so excited to make our MANGO JAM.

San Nicolas Ward Relief Society Sisters
Check out our recipe:
Thanks to for the wonderful recipe card.

Look how yummy these mangoes are! They smells really good!
They are the talented Sisters!
Our Mango Jam. No Preservatives.

Instead of craft for the Father's Day, we made something special for them instead. We made a Mango Bango. It's more of Mangoes also.

Preparing for our Father's Day Gift
Please send me an email if you have questions about the recipes. Thank you for stopping by!

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Modest Mini Fashion Show

Our combined activity of Relief Society and the Young Women was not really fancy at all. When we heard about "fashion show", the glamorous styles are what we have already registered into our minds. But this activity is not what it means. We have simple preparations. And we wanted to teach young women and also the relief society the importance of modesty and also how they could choose the right clothes for the right purpose and desire.

We have prepared bunch of clothes. Mixed with non modest items. Their challenge is to dress up in modesty with the provided clothes to them. Each of them explain why they chose it and how they feel. Most of them were not comfortable and feel awkward with the one they chose. Some were satisfied and happy with they have chose.

Everyone was straight forward whether they are modest or not and their reasoning was quite very honest. But I know they have evaluated themselves on how they will be pleasing to God. I'm thankful for their commitment to be modest not only on how they look but also on how they feel and think.

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