Monday, December 29, 2008
Sunday, December 21, 2008
Tuesday, December 16, 2008
Monday, December 15, 2008
There is an auction going on until the 19th, Friday. It benefits the Navajo Indians, through Hearts and Hands in Action. Their mission statement is a good one,
"Our vision is to change the world by putting our hearts and hands in action, inspiring in all, compassion, love and service, assisting our brothers and sisters in crisis."
You can go to http://www.sinterklaascharity.info/ and view the items. There are lots of great things. Items include checker auto gift packages, gym memberships, scrapbook gift baskets, jewelry, family fun nights, cleaning services, photo sessions and so much more. They are all starting at low bid amounts.
Please take a look.
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
Being it the time of year that it is, I really hate to even ask, however I know that there are undless possibilites out there. I have one week to create $500 that I do not have. If there is anyone out there that would like some assistance with watching kids, cleaning your house, or any other misc job that you can think of to assist me with earning this money, or if you would even just like to donate Please let me know. I am open to all suggestions and grateful for any opportunities that you could serve me.
If you would just leave a comment or email me at email@example.com that would be great
Thank you so much
Tuesday, December 9, 2008
She called the repairman and you know how they are...they charge you an arm and leg just to come out, then the parts and labor add up too. She is asking for help from anyone who know about refrigerators, or knows someone who does to even come and look at it. See what is going to be needed and the cost. And possibly fix it for her. I'm sure we all know how things are this time of year, and she's not wanting to get a new one if it's not necessary.
Please call Hillary at 766-3452 or 362-7448 if you can help or know anyone who can.
Monday, December 1, 2008
Also be sure and check back often as I will be continually adding new items through the month. If you have donations or still want to donate it's not too late!
Happy holiday shopping!
Monday, November 24, 2008
Happy Holidays Ladies
Volunteer Opportunities Sponsored by Riverton Motors
Give the gift of time – Join Riverton Motors over the holidays by donating your volunteer time. Utah Food Bank Services has a wide variety of volunteer opportunities for both groups and individuals. Volunteers are a tremendous part of what we do, as we use more volunteer labor than paid staff! A list of volunteer opportunities is available below. Just complete our volunteer application or call (801) 978-2452 and ask to speak to a Volunteer Officer today!
Sort Food and Build Orders
Individuals and groups of up to 60 people are needed to help sort food and build orders at Utah Food Bank Services. Volunteers inspect and sort food and build orders in preparation for shipment to over 240 programs and agencies statewide. This fulfilling work is fast-paced and may require lifting of up to 40 lbs. Flexible shifts are available. Children under 12 are welcome on Monday evenings for “Family Night.” Youth under 18 must be accompanied by an adult (1 adult per 5 youth for groups and families).
As the temperatures drop and the snow flys we are looking for volunteers to clear away unwanted snow in driveways and walkways for seniors who are too frail and unable to shovel snow themselves. You can adopt a senior for the snow season or help when you can.
We are always on the lookout for volunteers willing to help senior citizens and people with disabilities with yard work, gardening, raking and snow removal. Groups and individuals are also invited to participate in two of our annual events: the “Fall Leaf Haul” and the “Spring Spruce-Up.” Help us rake and bag leaves in the fall and prepare yards for the summer in the spring.
Decorate Food Boxes
We invite you to make a food box extra festive for our clients. Volunteers use colored pencils, crayons and anything else they can think of to spice up the boring cardboard boxes. It is a great opportunity for kids to exhibit their creativity and brighten someone else’s day. This activity can be done offsite, however please call the volunteer coordinator at 887-1234 to confirm we have boxes available in advance.
If you have donations for the fundraiser boutique I am now starting to collect them. We will be out if town for Thanksgiving so you can bring them now until Wednesday morning, or anytime Sunday. We will be home Sunday afternoon so if we don't answer just leave them on the porch. My goal is to get everything photographed and listed by Monday evening. I will post a link Monday so you can view everything. If you are still working on your items just bring them to me when you can. Thank you!!!
Saturday, November 22, 2008
anyone who wants them can just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
or just stop by our house.
thanks!! Arianne Duckett
Thursday, November 20, 2008
Missy Torgerson is in need of some assistance with Sundays lesson. She is wanting to get a hold of some sisters that have either served missions or are a convert. If this is you or you know anyone in our ward that is, will you please email Missy @ email@example.com or comment to this post.
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
Monday, November 17, 2008
Thursday, November 13, 2008
Wednesday, November 12, 2008
Monday, November 10, 2008
The plan is to meet at Brittney Miskin's house at 9am, and try to get up to Ikea by 9:30. Then, after we are done eating (and looking around) we will head to Tai Pan (maybe like 10:30). We can try to car pool as much as possible, and if you really want to come, but don't have a ride we can possibly come pick you up. Just let me us know if you are wanting to come, or need a ride by leaving a comment or calling Brittney Miskin.
And yes, we are bringing children (sigh)...
Sunday, November 9, 2008
Part of my preparation for the walk included raising money and I am still a little ways away from my goal. Here is where I come to you...I know money is tight for some of us...probably most...but look at your budget and see if you might even be able to donate a few dollars. If we are all able to donate even just a few dollars it would add up fast and we could make a great stride towards finding a cure for breast cancer.
If you are not able to I completely understand...but I want to feel like I am doing my part in this fight. And in addition to donating my money, time and probably the comfort of my feet for a while after the walk I knew I could spread the word and get those who are able to help fight against breast cancer.
you can, click here to donate, if you are able.
and please spread the word to those you know that might be able to help.
I just hope and pray that the money raised can go towards the research that will find a cure so that my children might live in the day were breast cancer can be easily beaten.
thanks for listening to my rambling and for those of you who donate and/or spread the word about raising money for the Susan G. Koman foundation.
Friday, November 7, 2008
Wednesday, November 5, 2008
I am opening a daycare and would love any referrals, if any, you could pass my way.
Here's the info:
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
If you offered to make a craft item keep crafting. Your dealine is now the first of December to either bring me the item or e-mail me a photograph of it. At the end of December if your item doesn't sell I will return it to you, or you can donate it to the family. If you were planning on making a baked item, sorry, it just won't work, but kudos to you anyway!
Thank you to all who offered to help with fliers. I don't need you to do that now but use that time and energy to promote the store online and do some shopping!
Watch for a post from me towards end of November. I will post a link to the shop and instructions on how to purchase/pick up items.
Any questions convo me!
Saturday, October 25, 2008
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
As many of you know the Barkdull family has been awaiting Matt's kidney transplant and it looks like it is going to happen after Christmas at the end of December or first of January. Matt will obviously have to take some time off to recovery and it will be a difficult time for the entire family. I have decided to host a boutique in December to help raise money for them and would love and appreciate any help.
It's going to be Saturday, December 6th, right here in my home. I am looking for people who are willing to help distribute fliers the week before, help that day with setting up and running the cash register, and help with cleaning up afterwards. I was hoping to get people to do two hour shifts so you don't have to bee here all day. The boutique will go from about 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
I am also looking for donations. This can be anything from hand made items or crafts to baked goods or any thing you would generally find at a boutique. All the proceeds will go to the family, and any left over items will either be returned to the person who made them, or just donated right to the family and they can use then as Christmas gifts. The person who donated the item can decide.
Anyway, if you are willing to help please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 494-9279. Thank you!!!
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
***Make sure you read the fine print - there are block out dates right around the holidays, sale prices are only effective for travel on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays, etc...But if you can be flexible with traveling, you can save lots of $$$!
Friday, October 10, 2008
We want everyone who wants to, to come...so spread the word.
Just respond to this post, or let Mauri know, if you will be coming so we know how many to plan on for the lunch and the activities.
It should be WAY fun!
ps...costume are encouraged!
Thursday, October 9, 2008
Tuesday, October 7, 2008
1. I posed earlier about a craft/catch up/girls night (with treats) °Ü° at my house, this Thursday. the 9th, around 8 ish...after the stake primary leadership meeting of course. and I just want to know who all, if any are interested so I know if I should plan on it?
2. A few of us had talked about doing a little halloween party for the kids, with each of the mom's coming up with a little game or activity, on this one I want to know if anyone's interested in that...and what date/times work best?
so now you can respond...
Monday, October 6, 2008
You can access the site with the link on the right side of this blog "costume swap".
Saturday, October 4, 2008
Just wanted to let you know the Hoyal's are in the American Fork hospital with their new baby Jacob this evening. Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers. The will be staying in the pediatric unit overnight and I will post again tomorrow as I get more details.
Thursday, October 2, 2008
Tuesday, September 30, 2008
A few of us are going to Discovery Gateway on Tues sept 30. We are leaving around 12:15pm. If you would like to meet us up there it would be great. Megan Ford (no kids, just support) Katie Dayton (new baby and 20 month boy) Megan Johnson (new baby), Elizabeth Ott (3 year old and 23 months, i think, both boys), and possibly a few others. We would love to see you. It will be fun to explore and visit.
Monday, September 29, 2008
I'm getting really behind on some work, and for the next few weeks would be looking for someone to watch Maddie for maybe 4 hours a day? It most likely would not be every day, and would really only last a few weeks to help me get caught up. Email me at email@example.com if you are interested with how much you would charge. Thanks!
Sunday, September 28, 2008
Thursday, September 25, 2008
There is going to be a multi family garage sale this Saturday, the 27th on the corner of 1950 S and 620 W from 8 to 1 ish.
There have been a few people who have commented that they are bringing things to sell...but anyone else is welcome too. Just let me know, so I know to expect you. Everyone will keep the money they make from the sale.
Another option is to donate things you what to get rid of...Mauri is putting the money she makes towards a 3-day walk for the cure, Susan G Koman event that she is participating in. Any donations would be really appreciated so that we might be able to contribute as much money as possible to this great cause. For those of you who don't know, Mauri's mom was diagnosed with breast cancer and is currently going through chemo treatment to try and beat it. So this is a very personal thing for her.
let me know if you want to bring things to sell...
or have anything to donate...
OR....if you like garage sales, come on over Saturday and do a little shopping!
Wednesday, September 17, 2008
Sunday, September 14, 2008
Go to www.costumeswap.thevillage.com if you are interested!
Saturday, September 13, 2008
And if it motivates you at all...the money that I make is going to go to the Susan G. Koman, Breast Cancer Research Foundation. My mom was diagnosed with, and is currently battling, breast cancer and I would like to be able to donate as much money as I can towards that great foundation...
If you have a few things you want to get rid of and just want to donate to the garage sale too, that would be great.
(If you want to participate though...you are able to keep what you make...I'm not trying to take any one's money °Ü°)
I'm not sure what others have gathered...but we've already got about 8 boxes full of things from home decoration items, fabric, toys, baby clothes, scrapbook supplies and 3 or 4 big items.
So lots to look at!
We are going to have an activity this
Thursday, September 18th
from 4 - 5 pm
At the little grass field next to
Cami Gardner's house
1029 W 1875 S
Call Hillary Turner
ALSO...on Tue. Sept 16th the Relief Society would love to have any girls that can, come to the enrichment activity at the church @ 6:oo pm to help watch the kids in the nursery. (note: this is in addition to our regularly scheduled activity.)
Monday, September 8, 2008
I have three dwarf pine junipers that my sister pulled out of her landscaping last week. They look full grown and are under three feet tall. We were going to plant them in our yard but changed our mind so if anyone wants them let me know! They are the ones that smell like little Christmas trees and are really pretty. They need to be planted as soon as possible since they have been living in my garage for several days. Please call me if you are interested- first come first serve!
Friday, September 5, 2008
My aunt is coming out to Utah, and she does a new home based business with Dove Chocolate. I'm not one for having those parties (no one ever seems to come to them when I throw them, plus I'm horrible at sales). Anyway.... is anyone else interested in having a party for her? Here is the email I received from her....
I am a chocolatier with Dove Chocolate. This is a new home-based business. My website is: www.dovechocolateathomecom/cathy
As it is very new, especially out in the west, I am helping them by tring to train and recruit new chocolatiers. I am coming to Lehi, Utah to have a Dove chocolate tasting party on Thursday, September 25th at 7:30pm. I would love to have another chocolate tasting party lined up for Thursday morning, or afternoon or even Wednesday, September 24th night. Would you be interested in hosting one? Do you know anyone who would like to host one, or even look into the business opportunity?
Let me know if you are interested, and I'll forward the info on to my aunt.
Tuesday, September 2, 2008
Saturday, August 30, 2008
It will be at Mauri Brewer's house
1985 S 675 W
If you are like me, wondering what to do with my squash, than you should check out this recipe. This is a blog that my sis-in-law sent me. This recipe is off her website. I thought I would share my findings! The great thing about this site is she shows how to implement food storage in your everyday living!
This recipe is called "Twinkie Surprise Cupcakes." Most people think the surprise is the raspberry filling but actually the surprise is pureed summer yellow squash! No one can taste the pureed squash and they are moist, easy, and taste just like a Twinkie! I came up with this recipe when my yellow summer squash plant was producing A LOT of squash and we were tired of eating it as a vegetable side dish. I tried researching recipes to use it in other ways, like you can with zucchini, but I didn't find anything great. After some concoctions in the kitchen, Voila! a great cupcake for both kid and adult alike using yellow summer squash as a surprise.
Twinkie Surprise Cupcakes-makes 36 cupcakes
1 Box Yellow Cake Mix
1 C. Pureed Summer Yellow Squash
1/2 C. Water2 T. Vegetable Oil
3 Large Oakdell Eggs (or 4 T. Honeyville Powdered Eggs + 1/2 C. Water)
3/4 C. Meadow Gold Sour Cream
2 C. Lemon Grove Red Raspberry Jam
1 Container of Vanilla Frosting (optional)
1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Line cupcake trays with cupcake liners.
2. In a large bowl, mix the cake mix, summer yellow squash puree, water, oil, eggs, and sour cream. Beat until smooth, 1-2 minutes.
3. Fill cupcake liners 1/3 of the way. Dot each with raspberry jam, then cover with batter until the cups are 3/4 filled.
4. Bake until the tops of the cupcakes are golden and spring back to the touch, about 20-25 minutes. Turn the cupcakes onto wire rack to cool. Once they are cooled, frost with vanilla frosting, if desired.
Thanks for considering it! It really is amazing!
Friday, August 29, 2008
Wednesday, August 27, 2008
You can go to this website www.westmountainraspberries.com it is in Payson and you pick them yourself but what fun!!!!! It is only $2.29 per lb. YUM YUM I see raspberry lemonade in your future!!! Phone number is 465 4284 and they are open from 7am to dusk.
Last one!! Can you tell it is time for canning!!! Anyway these are Peaches. Ready now are the last of the juicy red haven peaches and in about a week the lemon Elberta will be ready. These are 11lb to 12lb boxes costing only $8.50 if you bring your own box/container. Don't worry if you don't have your own container you only save .50cents having one. These are in Orem and his number is 225-3744
Also, you don't have to buy big amonts!!! The reason for the phone number on all of them except the raspberries is you need to call ahead and tell them what you want and when you will pick them up they are all family farms and great people!!!
How it works is we would have a time say from 6-8am (or later this is just an example) that we could go around the ward neighborhood and be able to get things that we want for free. You would put a little sign in your yard that said WARD YARD SWAP on it and this way we know which houses are participating. Then from say 8-12 we have signs up around town for a neighborhood yard sale.
I think we should shoot for Aug 30 or Sept 6. I don't think we should wait any longer because the weather is getting colder.
They can contact me Heather Chandler @ 885-7431.
or email me firstname.lastname@example.org
contact Heather Chandler @ 885-7431.
or email @ email@example.com
Friday, August 22, 2008
I have 1 Enfamil check and 7 Similac ones. 3 of the Similac checks expire next week but the Enfamil one is good until the end of September and the rest of the Enfamil ones are good until October 4th. They are all worth $5 each.
Let me know...
Sunday, August 17, 2008
It will be held at the stake pavilion, which is just north of the stake center.
for those of you who don't know, the stake center is the building that is on the opposite corner of where our old building used to be (500 w and 700 s)
I think all of dinner is being provided and there was a sign up for the desserts.
some sort of contest...a bake off...yummm...
there will be other activities too.
Spread the word...and invite your neighbors!
Friday, August 15, 2008
anyways...the details are.
next Thursday, August 21st from 4 - 5.
Look for the flyer at church on Sunday.
Amy Morey or Hillary Turner...
if you're reading this please call me about this activity. thanks
Wednesday, August 13, 2008
Do any of you have any really good and easy recipe for freezer meals? I am pretty new to the whole freezer dishes and I am wanting to get some recipes, but would love it if they have been "tried and tested" first. Any recipes or suggestions you have would be great.
Please either comment with them here, or feel free to email them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks so much.
Friday, August 8, 2008
I volunteer at the Legacy Center Daycare once a week, and get a membership in return. It's great! If you work 2 hours/week, you get an individual membership, and if you work 4/week, you get a family membership. In my opinion, it is definitely the way to go.
There are 2 shifts available if anyone is interested. Call right away if you are, b/c it's on a first come, first serve basis.
Tuesdays from 9am-12 (you'd have to get 1 more hour in somehow to get a family membership)
or Wednesdays 8am -12.
They are also looking for trade substitutes. Again, you are required to volunteer 4 hrs/week for a family membership, but you don't have a specific scheduled day. People will call you and ask you to cover for them if they can't make their regular shift.
I've been there for a year and really enjoy it. You can take your younger kids with you for no charge. The lady in charge of hiring is Kris. Her number is 766-0127. If you have any questions, you can call me.
Wednesday, August 6, 2008
Friday, August 1, 2008
I have had a lot of people ask me what they can do to help the DiRegolo family... This is just one suggestion and of course you can always call Michelle and ask her personally... Anyway, they have a huge yard and have lots of weeding that needs to be done. Michelle loves to work in her yard but little Joe doesn't like to be outside or in the sun so you could either do some weeding for her, or offer to watch the kids inside so she could get some yard work done. We went over Monday for FHE and I stayed in the house with little Joe and Sophie while Dallan helped them get some weeding and yard work done. It was fun for our kids too. Just an idea...
Thursday, July 31, 2008
Tuesday, July 29, 2008
Monday, July 28, 2008
Also, if you have other children going to pack meeting that may want to participate in this...that they will need to bring (to pack mtg) their rockets already made from home. I think that the scouts will be bringing home instructions on Tuesday.
I hope that all of this is right and that it helps. Any questions call you scout leader.
Morning session 10 - 12 (nursery provided)
-quilt to tie
-file folder games
-finish filling school bags
- learn to make children's knitted hats on the loom (bring your own loom, either the red or the green size...loom kits can be bought at Wal-mart or Roberts)
Evening session 7-9
-loom hats (see above)
-file folder games
-quilt to tie
- I spy Bottles for Primary Children's hospital
Any questions contact Stake Humanitarian Leader - April Beatty at 768-1797
...the flier doesn't indicate, but I assume it's at the Stake Center.
Saturday, July 26, 2008
Some people to ask for help (and they don't know I'm listing their names; I'm just listing people who I know have personal blogs, so I know they know what to do and could help. And I'm sure they won't mind!): Mauri Brewer, Jamie Richards, Sarah Kimmel, Brittney Miskin, Natalie Wright, Shari Schemp, Jenn Davis, Jenny Lynes.
Thursday, July 24, 2008
Maybe Julia can help us with this one.
What does everyone think?
Also, is there anything else anyone thinks this blog should accomplish?
Tuesday, July 22, 2008
we just want to make sure everyone knows about all activities, parties, and get-togethers.
and the first activity to be posted is...
at the Lehi, outdoor pool. does anyone know the exact address of that?
we will be there, swimming on Tuesday, July 29th at 3:00 pm.
I heard it costs $4 for adults, and kids 3 and under are free.
anyone with more info let me know, but mark your calendars