SEPTEMBER, 2019

EXCITING NEWS!!!!!!!!
Along with the change in name from BRASS to SALT LAKE MULTI-STAKE SINGLES 46+ (pending approval)
We are having a mini conference on PREPAREDNESS September 21st
TEMPLE NIGHT WILL STILL BE ON THE 2ND WEDNESDAY OF THE MONTH
DINNER NIGHT IS ON THE LAST FRIDAY OF THE MONTH.
TRAIL TREKKERS – there are three hikes this month.

And the angels shall fly through the midst of heaven, crying with a loud voice, sounding the trump of God, saying: Prepare ye, prepare ye, O inhabitants of the earth, for the judgment of our God is come. Behold, and lo, the Bridegroom cometh; go ye out to meet him. D & C 88:92

Organize yourselves; prepare every needful thing and establish a house, even a house of prayer, a house of fasting, a house of faith, a house of learning, a house of glory, a house of order, a house of God D & C 109:8

See all the information below.

UPCOMING Events
October – Game Night – CHURCH Trivia, UNO, Pickle Ball AND OTHERS
November – A Service Project – We are looking into a Soup Kitchen
December – Temple Square Tour then off for HOT Chocolate

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TRAIL TREKKERS - 3 HIKES

We are joining the SLC Parks and Recreation Hikes. There are three hikes this month
More information go to https://www.slc.gov/parks/trails-natural-lands/slc-trail-trekkers/

Wednesday September 4th @5:30 -9:30 PM – Bonneville Shoreline Trail (10 miles Moderate/long)
• This longer hike along the Bonneville Shoreline trail promises wonderful views and great exercise.
• Head east (“up-canyon”) on Red Butte Canyon Road and park where the pavement turns to dirt. No parking at Red Butte
Gardens, Natural History museum of UT, or the U of U School of Medicine lot. It is also possible to take Trax to the
Fort Douglas Station and walk about a half mile to the meeting spot.
• Bring a headlamp or flashlight!!!

Saturday September 14th @8:00 AM – 1 PM. Parley’s trail (10 miles, flat but long)
• We will start at Sugarhouse Park and walk the newly finished Parley’s trail to Parley’s Canyon and back.
• Park and meet at the southeast parking lot of Sugarhouse Park.

Saturday, September 28th @8:00 AM – 2:00 PM: Jordan River Parkway Trail (15 Miles, Flat but very long.)
• This will be a long hike along the scenic Jordan River – perfect for conditioning or Scouts working towards their hiking
merit badge.
• Meet at 1850 N. Redwood Road Parking Lot

Recommended to bring the following:
At least 2 liters of water – Weather/Climate appropriate Clothing
Hiking boots or shoes – Plenty of snacks
Head-lamp or flashlight – Extra layers of clothing
First Aid Kit

More information go to https://www.slc.gov/parks/trails-natural-lands/slc-trail-trekkers/

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TEMPLE NIGHT

DATE: Wednesday, September 11th at the
TIME: 6:00 PM
LOCATION:
Salt Lake Temple meet at 6 pm at the cafeteria.

NOTES
The group will decide what they want to do that night, i.e. Initiatory, endowments or sealings.

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PREPAREDNESS MINI CONFERENCE

DATE: Saturday, September 21, 2019
TIME: Starts at 1:00 pm
LOCATION: 1320 Wasatch Blvd. SLC Monument Park Stake Building
DIRECTIONS: Go east on 1300 South to Wasatch turn south and the building is on the West side.
DINNER: A Chicken Salad Bar will be catered by ISABELLA catering.
COST: Cost will be $15.00 per person. Classes are free
Please make a reservation (even if you do not go to dinner) and pay in advance.
Reservations and payment must be in by September 18th
To make a reservation call or email Mary Evans 801-326-9550 or meevans90@gmail.com

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: President Scott W. Pickett is the Stake President of the Emigration Stake and the Regional Coordinator for the Bonneville Region Singles. After 28 years of Big Four public accounting experience, Scott took early retirement in order to pursue a dream – teaching at the University of Utah.  Scott is an alumnus of the University of Utah graduating in 1979 with a BA in accounting followed in 1980 with a Masters of Professional Accountancy also from the University of Utah.  While working on his masters degree, Scott joined the Salt Lake City office of PwC (then Coopers & Lybrand) as a tax associate.  Scott developed within the firm to the point where he was admitted as a tax partner in 1992.  In 1996, he was designated the Salt Lake City Office Managing Partner – a title he held until his retirement in 2007.  For a period of nine years prior to retiring, Scott was an adjunct faculty member teaching Partnership Taxation in the MAcc program.  Upon retirement he joined the university faculty full-time.  Following his first year of full-time involvement at the university, Scott spent three years in Brazil as an LDS Mission President.  Upon his return, he once again joined the faculty pursuing this ‘second career’.

CLASSES: Classes will start about 2 pm for 45 minutes and at 3 pm will start the next classes
Food Storage by Rita Egbert
Home Safety by the SLC Police Department
What is CERT and how to follow in an emergency
Family History Library will be open for use. Bring you info and password

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DINNER NIGHT

DATE: Friday September 27th
TIME: 6:00 PM
WHERE: The Pie Pizzeria LOCATION: 3321 S 200.E, South Salt Lake
DIRECTIONS: Building is on the South side on the corner of 3300 South and 200 E.

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