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Hello Beaumont Ward Family,
Friday, December 10, 6:00 PM – Ward Christmas Party
Please come to our, “Night in Bethlehem”, a journey together in a humble atmosphere as we consider what it would have been like in Bethlehem at the time of Christ’s birth.
Families, bring a blanket to sit on – chairs will be around the perimeter for anyone unable to sit on the ground.
A simple, delicious dinner will be served from our Inn Keepers. Sign-ups to help with providing food are available here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1iajTlNLbjlIZTVBnMHSe14r2t_W3pS5pldadSS6xSjg/edit?usp=sharing
We are asking people to dress in “Biblical” attire. Please see the attached flier for simple, creative ideas. We don’t want the attire to be something that thwarts people from coming, at the same time we’d like to encourage it as much as possible. It falls in line with the same idea that handcarts and pioneer clothing create “trek”; hot chocolate on a wagon, sitting on hay, produces the best Christmas carol singing memories ever; and wearing white in the temple creates an aura of serenity and peace. The Biblical attire for our, “Night in Bethlehem” will create the meek, humble and unifying spiritual setting that we’re seeking. Again, we hope that it will be something people will have fun with.
And most of all, we are excited for the program! It will be a memorable night for all that come.
Much love, from your Ward Christmas Party Committee
~ RuthAnn Hiatt, Barb Van Maren, Sean & Andrea Neahusan, Tom & Debbie Pelton
Sacrament Meeting Presiding Bishop Backlund Conducting Scott Carroll Chorister Emma Lish Organist Cyndi Earl Opening Hymn................................................. Hymn # 1 “The Morning Breaks” Opening Prayer................................. Andrea Neahusan Ward Business: Speaker....................................................... Karsynn Earl Speaker.......................................................... Mona Lund Speaker........................................................ Wayne Lund Sacrament Hymn......................................... Hymn # 169 “As Now We Take the Sacrament” Sacrament Service: Closing Hymn....................................... Hymn # 274 “The Iron Rod” Closing Prayer Sean Neahusan
Dear Brothers and Sisters of the Beaumont Ward,
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Primary Program Songs 2021
1) Click the triangle to play the song and sing along,
2) Click the link to view the sheet music with the words in a new tab of your browser (for some browsers you may need to right click on the link and choose 'OPEN LINK IN NEW TAB'), or
3) Click the Download button to download the sheet music with words to your computer or the MP3 Audio file, respectively.
1. The Priesthood is Restored
2. I Stand All Amazed
3. The Church of Jesus Christ
4. When I am Baptized
5. Jesus Said Love Everyone
6. I Feel My Savior's Love
7. I am Like a Star
8. I Will Follow God's Plan
9. Help Me Dear Father
10. I Am A Child of God
11. Teach Me to Walk in the Light
Temple and Family History
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Just Serve Spotlight November 2021
New or Gently Used Pajamas for Foster Children for ChristmasThe mission of Project Sweet Dreams Reno is for all children to have pajamas so they can have a good night’s sleep filled with sweet dreams. The new pajamas help children feel safe and warm and provide them some comfort during difficult times. Donations (all kid sizes) can be delivered to Mary Elizabeth Hardy (775-233-7535) in Somersett or Jan Miller (775-250-7551) off of Mayberry Drive. For more details check out their website at projectsweetdreamsnv.com
Women and Children’s Center of the Sierra Needs BlanketsThe Women and Children’s Center of the Sierra provides education, job training, resources and support to help women escape or avoid poverty and provide a better life for their families. They are desperate for warm blankets, mittens, and gloves all sizes. The Center location is 3905 Neill Road. Go to www.waccs.org or justserve.org for more info and for delivering items to Pam Russell (775-825-7395).
NNIC Help for the Refugees Arriving in RenoYour donations for the new refugees arriving from Afghanistan have been greatly appreciated. If you signed up to donate online and haven’t heard from NNIC it is because the family is scheduled to arrive in the future but has not yet arrived in Reno. They will contact you when the items are needed. If you are interested in volunteering to help the refugees or donating items, text Amanda, volunteer coordinator (775-250-2135) or go to justserve.org for details.
Just Serve Spotlight October 2021
Volunteers and Donations Needed for Incoming RefugeesThe Northern Nevada International Center is a State Department Refugee Resettlement Agency for the Reno area. The NNIC is expecting an increasing number of refugees to come to our area and especially from Afghanistan. NNIC wants to welcome and be prepared for their arrival this month and in the months to come. There are a variety of ways that you can help if you would like.
1. You can sign up for items needed on the donation signup sheet. They are listed by families. Some have dates when items are needed. Hold on to your items until you receive an email. Assistance with transportation for large items is available.
Click on this link for the spreadsheet to sign up for items needed.
Donation Sign Up Sheet
2. NNIC has a new volunteer coordinator, Amanda Mundt who will match you with your volunteer preferences. Contact Leah Macart, her assistant, at firstname.lastname@example.org, Clients need drivers to take the new arrivals to medical, dental, legal, tax appointments, etc. Other services are also needed such as getting their house ready, teaching banking skills, going to the grocery store, etc.
3. Tutor the refugee children or teach English to the adults. Excellent materials available for you to use. Can teach on zoom and/or in person. Contact Marilyn Johnson at email@example.com or call 775 544-0885.
Project 150 Needs Athletic SocksProject 150 needs Athletic Socks - Male athletic black short or long socks preferred. Female athletic or casual socks. This month is SOCKTOBER! Donations can be delivered to Mary Elizabeth Hardy (775-233-7535) or Jan Miller (775-250-7551) or directly to the Boutique for teens at 1340 Foster Drive across
Just Serve Spotlight September 2021
Great Need and Opportunity for YOU to Serve This Month
There is an urgent need to assist our neighbors who have been displaced by the Caldor fire. Volunteers are needed for 4 hour shifts at the Convention Center and other local shelters. Go to the renonvstakeinfo.org for details and to sign up.
Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful is hosting a fall Truckee River Cleanup on Saturday September 25th from 9am - 12 noon. Projects range from weed removal and plantings to cleanup of illegal dumpsites and stenciling storm drains with educational messaging about our watershed. Go to this link to sign up for the event:
JustServe is participating in the 911 National Day of Service in remembrance of and tribute for the 20th anniversary of 9/11. We invite you to look on the website 911day.org or the website justserve.org and you will find projects listed in conjunction with the 9/11 National Day of Service. The projects may take place leading up to, or after, or specifically on 9/11.
For questions, text or call Marilyn Johnson, JS Coordinator, 775-544-0885 or Cheryl Woodman, RS President, 775-848-1200.
Just Serve Spotlight August 2021
Summer Service Ideas
St. Francis of Assisi Food Pantry 160 Hubbard Way, Suite F
St. Francis serves the residents in their area who just aren’t making ends meet. The Bishops Storehouse donates canned food and produce. The missionaries help at the pantry once a week. St. Francis has started the “Senior Golden Groceries Hour” on Thursdays 11 to 12 noon.
St. Francis needs more VOLUNTEERS right now. St. Francis has lost volunteers due to age and covid. You can volunteer by:
1) Helping bag the food items for the seniors on Wednesdays from 12:30-3:00 pm.
2) Assisting the seniors as they receive their bagged items and add additional items as needed on Thursdays from 9:30 am to 12 noon.
3) Helping unload food delivery trucks on Monday mornings between 9:00 am and 1:00 pm. Deliveries begin at 8:30 am.
There is no definite time period required to help. Come when you can during the times listed above. Your help will be appreciated! Contact Cindy Becher, director, with questions at 775 507-4755 or just arrive!
The following items are needed in Dollar Store not Costco size: Soaps of all kind - bar or liquid soap, dish soap or laundry soap, shampoo and conditioner. Bring to Marilyn ( text 775 544-0885) or take items to the pantry 160 Hubbard Way ( at the back of the area).
Just Serve Spotlight July 2021
Summer Service Ideas
Project 150 Needs School Supplies
As you start to think about school supplies for your child, Project 150 would like the following items for the homeless and disadvantaged teenagers they serve in our high schools. Items they need include: Zipper binders, folders, notebooks, binder paper, pens, three ring binders, index cards, and thumb drives.
Items can be taken to 1340 Foster Dr. (across from Reno H.S.) Call Liz for lock combination at 775 203-4755 or contact Marilyn Johnson (Stake JS Coordinator) at 775 544-0885 to pick up your items.
Volunteer Needs at Kindred Hospice Reno
1) Volunteer to visit with a patient - share a story, read to the patient, run an errand, make gifts for a patient or just sit and provide company.
2) Assist with administrative tasks-no minimum time.
3) Veteran volunteers to visit with other veteran patients.
Note: Times are flexible and no definite time commitment is necessary. Kindred Hospice - For details and contact info go to justserve.org
Just Serve June 2021 Spotlight
Help Someone Learn to Ride a Bike
Reno has a bike program to help people with disabilities learn to ride a 2-wheel bicycle independently. This year’s event will be held June 14th - June 18th. No prior experience working with people with disabilities is necessary. Volunteers must be at least 15 years old.
To volunteer, go to the http://icanshine.org/ican-bike-reno.nv and register for the event. For questions about the bike camp, you can contact Diana Rovetti at 775-233-9547 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Donate Shoes to Project 150
Project 150 is a local organization that provides basic needs and support to homeless, displaced, and disadvantaged high school students in northern Nevada. This month they are especially in need of shoes. They can be used or new and any variety - sandals, flats, sport shoes, dress shoes, running shoes, etc. Please deliver to their boutique across from Reno High School at 1270 Foster Drive. Call Liz at 775 203-4755 for lock combination before delivering donations. Other items welcome.
Questions call Cheryl Woodman at 848-1200 or Marilyn Johnson at 544-088.
May 2021 Just Serve Spotlight
Honor Our Ancestors and Preserve Headstones at Mountain View Cemetery. There are two ways that you can digitally preserve headstones so families all over the world can find their ancestors.
#1 Take photos of gravestones by downloading the BillionGraves app and the info will be recorded.
#2 Help with gravestone transcriptions from your home. You may transcribe the original or verify previously recorded transcripts.
We had such a lovely response from Stone Valley Assisted Living in February from cards received from a member of our stake that we would like to encourage you in March to write notes, cards, letters, or Easter cards to one of the following locations or a place of your choice. A fun activity during spring break!!
*** Sky Peaks - 1520 Sky Valley Drive Phone 775 204-4928 Contact - Hailey
*** Stone Valley Assisted Living - 6155 Stone Valley Dr. Phone 775 451-2528 Contact - Lisa Rains
*** Manor Care - 3101 Plumas St. Phone 775 829-7220 Contact - Bonnie
You can mail your cards or bring them to the reception desk with the name of the contact person listed above. Call before going and they will likely meet you in your car. The receptionist will deliver appropriately. If you would like, we can pick up and deliver for you. Contact Cheryl Woodman (848-1200) or Marilyn Johnson (544-0885).
Project 150 (boutique for teenage homeless or disadvantaged) is requesting for March four items: toothpaste, bodywash, lotion and conditioner. Donations can be taken to 1340 Foster Drive (across from Reno H.S.). Check with Liz (775-203-4755) for lock combination.
JustServe Spotlight for February 2021
February is a great month to bring cheer to someone in an assisted or independent living or nursing home. You may have signed up last month to be a penpal. The sponsoring staff is overwhelmed and understaffed. It was suggested that we go directly to group homes in our area. I have talked to the volunteer coordinators at the following places and they would be thrilled to receive any notes, letters, valentine cards, or wrapped soft chocolates! You may have a contact at a place of your choice.
Sky Peaks - 1520 Sky Valley Drive Phone 775 204-4928 Contact - Hailey
Stone Valley Assisted Living - 6155 Stone Valley Dr. Phone 775 451-2528 Contact - Lisa Rains
Manor Care - 3101 Plumas St. Phone 775 829-7220 Contact - Bonnie
You can mail your cards or bring them to the reception desk with the name of the contact person. Call before going and they will likely meet you in your car. The receptionist will deliver appropriately. This is a great family or individual activity!
Thanks for your help with the plastic mats for the homeless. This is ongoing!!
Project 150 has for their February Wish List a request for new bedding - new pillows, new twin sheets and new twin comforters and also sleeping bags for the displaced, disadvantaged, or homeless teenagers.
Donations can be taken to 1340 Foster Drive. Check with Liz (775-203-4755) for lock combination.
You are also welcome to call me with questions:
Marilyn Johnson, JustServe Specialist 775-544-0885
"We rise by lifting others." Robert Ingersoll
November Just Serve Spotlight
If you are looking for an opportunity to serve the community, we are again focusing on the St Francis Food Pantry. The missionaries and others in our stake have already volunteered to help stock and restock the shelves and have been greatly appreciated.
When we asked Cindy, the Director, and Founder of the food pantry, what their current needs are, she told us that they would really like donations of Small Frozen Turkeys or Small Frozen Whole Chickens to give to families for Thanksgiving.
Secondly, the food pantry is also in need of Sweaters and Coats for Adults - sizes Med/Lg/XLg and Gloves sizes Med/Lg/XLg. These can be gently used items.
Any of the above donations can be delivered to the St. Francis Food Pantry located at 160 Hubbard Way, Suite F (near the Peppermill) on weekdays Monday - Thursday 9:30 am to 3:30 pm. You can text or call Cindy at 775 507-4555. You can also bring any donations to Cheryl Woodman (775 848-1200) or Marilyn Johnson (775 544-0885). For other service ideas, go to just.serve.org
Just Serve October Spotlight - Rancho San Rafael Park
Our October JS Spotlight of the month is an outdoor service opportunity at Rancho San Rafael Park at their Nevada Farms and Families area, formerly known as Great Basin Adventure park. This is an exciting time as the new Park Ranger, Celia Walker, joins Park Ranger, Bob Holland. The two are very enthusiastic about increasing volunteer activity in the NFF to help maintain this beautiful area.
The Parks Volunteer Coordinator, Denise Evans, noted that “the Rancho San Rafael Regional Park and the LDS church share a long history of countless service projects and volunteer events together.” If you as an individual or you and your family would like to sign up to serve for one time or more frequently; or if you have an idea for a project or would like to get a group together for a beautification project, please reach out to Denise Evans at email@example.com or call the San Raphael park at 775-785-4512 for more information. Denise Evans would be happy to talk on the phone or meet with you.
Hours and times to serve are flexible. The service projects are suitable for all ages. The Nevada Farms and Families area is open during regular park hours with no admission required. For more details about the NFF area or are looking for other service opportunities go to JustServe.org.
Just Serve At Home October Spotlight - Help Refugees Improve Their English
The Northern Nevada International Center resettles refugees from all over the world. The adults must begin working right away but need English skills to survive and integrate into their new surroundings. The volunteer will present a one hour session 1 - 2x a week online. The NNIC is providing a computer in each home for distant learning. Materials will be provided or you can use your own resources. For further details, you can contact Marilyn Johnson by text or phone 775-544-0885 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also find details on justserve.org
Missionary Service Calendar
The missionaries would love to do two hours of service each day. Please sign up for any kind of service they could help you with.
No more than one person sign up per day please