Saturday, December 22, 2012

Reminder: Christmas Eve “Day of Service” Project...opportunities for the whole family


This Monday, December 24th, we will be hosting a day of service at our home in Provo. We invite your family to come and give for as long or as little time as you have available in your schedule this day. Our doors open at 10:00am and we'll close shop at about 9:00pm.

This year there are opportunities for tying quilts, sewing hats, knitting hats, filling 100 bean bags and stitching closed, coloring educational pictures, making puppets, sanding blocks, making picture/alphabet books, and other fun activities.

There are a few items we could use more of. If you can bring any of the following that would be most helpful. You can leave items at my door as well.

  1. unused magazines
  2. empty hot cocoa or baby formula cans with the plastic lids.
  3. regular mouth canning lids-used is fine
  4. unfinished/finished quilts or hats you want to donate

At 1:00pm, there will be a special Christmas show performed by a local youth band consisting of the Fieldings, Colettis, and Moores.

This Christmas Eve promises to be a blessing for everyone involved.

All finished projects will be divided between three organizations. Utah Co. Head Start Program, Kids On The Move, and Family Support and Treatment Center. Together these organizations serve over 1,000 children.

Merry Christmas to all!

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