Bessemer Stake (B'ham area) FHE Information
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The following activities are listed by state and then by date so that everyone can easily view the activities for the place they live. (SCROLL DOWN IF YOU DON'T SEE THE ACTIVITIES)
 
 
 *****Alabama*****
 

 

Bessemer Alabama; Every Wednesday: 7PM Family Home Evening at the Indian Springs Building (Hoover/Oak Mountain Wards). CLICK here for FHE page.

(all are welcome and encouraged to attend from other Wards/Stakes) 

 

Bessemer Stake Activities 

 

December 10th: Single Adult Stake Committee meeting at 6:00 PM at the Bessemer Stake Center. This meeting will last an hour and a half.

 

December 15th: SA Christmas Service Project:  We will gather at BESSEMER STAKE CENTER at 6:30 PM to put together as many baskets as we can with the food that is donated from the members of the stake. Please encourage your ward to have donations in by Sunday December 10th. We can accept Wal-Mart gift cards but no cash. We are trying to feed at least ten needy families. We will have hot chocolate and refreshments while putting these baskets together.

 

Mobile Stake

Mobile Stake Single Adults AnnounceA Christmas in Paris.A Christmas Potluck Dinner and Dance: Come join the fun of Paris, Dinner and Dancing.December 9th, 2006 at 7pm to 11pm Mobile Stake Center: 5520 Zeigler Blvd Mobile, AL   36608
Semi-Formal Attire---Christmas Dress
Pensacola and Gulfport Stakes are invited. No Cost. For more information call: Yolanda Quinelly: 251-458-2828
    Valerie Steimle: 251-964-4211

 

 
 California 
First Ever SoCal LDS Midsingles Conference in Huntington Beach for all LDS midsingles ages (ages 27-40) sponsored by the HB 1st Ward Midsingles. The age range will be firm to cater to 30-something singles who recently graduated from the YSA Wards or "older" YSAs who are getting ready to graduate.

**Photo ID will be checked at this conference.**

Invite others you know who fit the age range and tries to adhere to church standards. Those born before 1966 and after 1981 will not allowed into this conference, and will be directed to older Single Adult or younger YSA activities to attend that weekend.

This conference will definitely sell out at a 1,200 maximum capacity from midsingles all over the U.S.

Reservations and pricing will become available in December.

Date: April 27 - April 29, 2007
Place: Huntington Beach, California
Theme: "...nevertheless, I know in whom I have trusted" 2 Nephi 4:19

Preliminary Conference Schedule (subject to change)

Friday, April 27, 2007
Pre-Registration
Mixer/Dinner
Dance and Groove Lounge

Saturday, April 28, 2007
Continental Breakfast
Opening comments with Bishop Lang
Service Project: Huntington State Beach Clean-up with Surfrider Foundation

Lunch

Afternoon activities (choose one sport activity, cultural activity, or entire workshop series)

Sports Activities include Beach Volleyball Tournament at HB Pier, Surf Session and Lesson at Bolsa Chica, Sea kayaking at Newport Beach Harbor, Nature Beach Hike at Crystal Cove, Mountain Biking at El Moro overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Frisbee Golf in Central Park, Rollerblading (from HB Pier to Seapoint), or  riding beach cruisers (HB Pier to Newport Pier) along PCH.

Cultural Activities include touring the real Laguna Beach with its art galleries, shops, and beaches; exploring the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, the largest aquarium on the West Coast; or experiencing the Boyer's Museum Egyptian Exhibit, the OC's largest art museum.

Workshop Series (choose 3 to attend; workshops repeat on the hour)

Workshop A -- "This is not what I ordered...When the unexpected happens"
Workshop B -- "How to boldly each out to others in the 21st Century"
Workshop C -- "Personally overcoming your own obstacles to marriage"
Workshop D -- "Choosing to personally partake of the Atonement's healing powers"

Dinner on your own or "Random Group Dinner" where groups of 10 people will eat together at a restaurant to get to know each other chosen by the Conference Committee.

After dinner, speed dating and other mixer activities.

Sunday, April 29, 2007

Sacrament Service with Keynote Speaker
Linger Longer and Lunch afterwards

For more information, contact Matt Campbell at
hbmidsinglesconference@hotmail.com or www.hb1singles.com or  www.myspace.com/socalmidsinglesconference.
 

 

 *****Florida*****

 

Tallahassee's YSA Conference - "Arise and Shine Forth"January 12-14, 2007Price per person: TBA
Location: Tallahassee, FL
We invite everyone to come out and have some fun in Florida's Capital city. Our theme is "Arise and Shine Forth" (D&C 115:5). We'll be having some stellar dances, service scavenger hunt, great speakers, and some bonfire fun. Grab a friend and come on over! We can't wait to meet you!For more information, see our webpage:
http://ysa2007tally.googlepages.com/home Questions? email us at YSA2007tally@gmail.com

 

 *****GEORGIA*****

 
YSA:December 1 Glenridge dance is going to be a "Black and White Ball".  Please come dressed in your finest black and/or white outfit and PLEASE feel free to get creative with this.  I'm trying to get the word out about this, but please tell your friends that usually come to the dances to please wear some sort of combination of black and white.  If you have any questions, let me know!Bonnie arcotte706.296.4820 
 
 
'A COWBOY'S CHRISTMAS'
Power Springs is hosting the December Dance.
at the Glenridge Bldg.(Behind the Temple)
Dec. 9, from 8 PM to 11:30 PM
So.......Dress for the occasion.
Don't forget to bring a wrapped children's book or stuffed toy for delivery to the Phyllis Wheatley YWCA shelter.  We'll deliver them.Contact Lillian Armstrong of the Flint River Ward if you have any questions.
Also Make Plans to attend the New Years Eve Dance
 

       IOWA

 *****ILLINOIS*****

 

Indiana

 

Kentucky

Louisville:

Dec. 3 - First Presidency Christmas Devotional Broadcast - Meet at theLouisville Stake Center at 7:00 pm for a Get-Together beforehand.

 

Dec. 16 - New Albany Stake Singles Christmas Dance.  Potluck is at 6:30. Dance is at 8:00 p.m.

 

Dec. 30 - New Year's Eve Eve Party / Game night - At Phyllis Hundley's home.Meet at Stake Center at 7:00 pm

 

January 7 - Singles Fireside - 7:00 pm at Stake Center

 

January 20 - Temple Trip - 2:00 pm Endowment Session

 

North Carolina

Tennesee

TheMusic of Christmas

 Featuring Handel’s ‘Messiah’andTraditional Christmas music

  Sunday December 10th7:00– 8:30 p.m.The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints1100 Gray Fox Lane, Franklin, TennesseeReception to followReverent children welcome First rehearsal Sunday October 22

5:00 – 7:00 p.m. Franklin Stake Center For more details

contact

Here's some info about events of interest to Franklin Stake Single
Adults in November and December. All these events are at the Franklin Stake Center. They are, in chronological order:

Single Adults 31 YEARS OLD AND OLDER Christmas danceHosted by: Franklin and Nashville Stakes Saturday, December 9, 2006 7:00 – 11:00pm Franklin TN Stake Center 1100 Gray Fox Ln, Franklin, TN Church dress or Holiday dressy OTHER STAKES ARE INVITED!!

CHURCH STANDARDS APPLY.  DIVORCE MUST BE FINAL.

Questions contact Lugene Cooper at (615) 943-0407 or Steve Chadwick at stevenjaychadwick@yahoo.com



December SA Council, Sunday December 10th, 5:30 p.m., High Council Room


December SA/YSA Fireside -- The Music of Christmas, Sunday December 10th, 7:00 p.m.

For More Details contact :

Kim Fisher: musikim@yahoo.com

Rick Bos: rickbos@hotmail.com

SINGLE ADULT DANCE
              TULLAHOMA WARD

   THERE WILL BE A SINGLE ADULT DANCE
   TO BE HELD AT THE TULLAHOMA WARD CULTURAL HALL  DECEMBER 8TH AT 7PM TO 10PM. THERE WILL aLSO BE KERIOKE BY BROTHER AND SISTER PALMER. ALL sINGLE ADULTS 31 AND OLDER FROM ANY WARD ARE INVITED. PLEASE BRING YOUR FAVORATE FINGER FOOD. ALSO ON DECEMBER 30TH WE WILL BRING IN THE NEW yEAR WITH A POT LUCK DINNER AT 4PM ALSO IN THE CULTURAL HALL TULLAHOMA WARD.  BRING YOUR YUMMY POT
LUCK SPECIAL.  HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE.
ALL DIVORCES MUST BE FINAL AND CHURCH STANDARDS APPLY.

 


WASHINGTON, DC

20th Annual Washington, DC

Single Adult Conference

Hosted by McLean VA Stake

 

December 29 & 30, 2006

 

“Seek not for honor of the world, but for the glory of my God, and the freedom and welfare of my country.” Alma 60:36

 

Featuring:

Marvin Goldstein, acclaimed pianist, arranger & entertainer

Jason Deere & Dan Truman performing Joseph: A Nashville Tribute - Journey from the First Vision to Carthage.

Scot and Maurine Proctor, publisher and editor-in-chief of Meridian Magazine

AND

An Evening at the National Press Club for a Reception & Dance

(Stay tuned for more details about the workshops and activities

 

CRUISES:

Hey young southern lds singles. My name is Rachel Alley and a bunch of utah and california YSA are going on a cruise in Jan. and we wanted to invite any and all of you. It Jan 20th-27th in the Caribbean and we already have over 100 signed up. The details are below but to re-cap if you are interested please email Sarah at alleysathome@msn.com with your full name,birthdate,telephone number and then we will need to get a credit card from you once we have contacted you. $250 is due now and then the rest is due the first week in November. We are trying to get groups of 4 so that the price is $461. That does not include airfare. Anyway let all of your friends know and then email us ASAP so we can make sure this all works out. We are SO excited!!! The details are below.
Rachel

WANNA PLAY IN THE CARIBBEAN?
(and avoid hurricane season?)...

January 20-27th 2006

CARNIVAL TRIUMPH
  The Party/Fun Ship

  MIAMI, COZUMEL, GRAND CAYMAN, OCHOS RIOS JAMAICA

    >   VISIT WWW.PARTY-CRUISING.COM FOR


    >   Pricing (with port fees and taxes included*)
>
>                               Inside
> Oceanview         Balcony
> 4 per cabin             $461.41/pp       $546.41/pp
>          $626.41/pp
> 3 per cabin             $501.41/pp       $591.41/pp
>          $688.41/pp
> 2 per cabin             $561.41/pp       $681.41/pp
>          $811.41/pp
>   *Other online prices may not include port taxes
> and fees


**final payment date is November 6.  Once final payment is made, there is a $50 charge for any change made in room assignments or cancellations, etc.  So this must be definate by November 6.

    >Fun information:

The Triumph's theme is "Great Cities of the World".

Public amenities:
Rome Lounge, Capital Lobby, London Dining, Paris Dining, Washington Library, Osford Bar, Olympic Bar, Club Monocco - Casino, Worldway Bar, Vienna Cafe, Hollywood Dance Club, Carlifornia Wine Bar, Big Easy Piano Bar, Venezia Life Music, Club Rio Karaokee, South Beach Buffet,, etc.  There are salt water swim pools and whirlpools with a 2 story waterslide, gymnasiam, spa, salon, shuffleboard, basketball court, volleyball court, ping pong tables and jogging track.

Cabin Amenities:
Hair dygers, beach towels, satellite  TV, telephone, wall safe.

Your Cabins are on a guarentee, which means that you did not pick specific cabins and they can assign you where they can fit you in.    Quads can be 2 lower twins and 2 pull down bunk twins, OR 2 lower twins and 1 pull down twin and a roll-a-way.

FIRST YEAR WE HAD 70 PEOPLE JOIN IN AND LAST YEAR
IT INCREASED TO 450+!
FEEL FREE TO FORWARD THIS TO ALL THOSE YOU WANT TO
SPEND A WEEK WITH.

 

This is not an official website of, and in no way represents The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. We make NO CLAIM that any of the activities listed on this website are official activities of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, although some of their activities may be listed here.  All events and activities posted on this website are simply announced in hope that the religious values and standards of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints will be upheld. We do not monitor any of these activities.  If you are interested in official activities of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints please refer to your ward/stake website listed at www.lds.org


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Last updated 09/30/2010

 

 

 
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