Mormon stake celebrates 50th anniversary
Latter day Saints from the Whittier area, friends, neighbors and community members will join for a weeklong celebration to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Whittier stake.
Beginning with the organization of the first LDS Whittier branch or congregation in 1926, the Whittier stake was offici pandora bracelets ally organized on April 26, 1959, by Elders Spencer W. Kimball and Gordon B. Hinckley.
A picnic Saturday will feature games, food and live entertainment at Parnell Park, 15390 Lambert Road. at the Whittier Stake Center, 15265 Mulberry Drive. Sunday. For information, call (562) 693 6759. Sunday at First United Methodist Church of Whittier, 13222 Bailey St. For information, call (562) 698 0022. Saturdays at Beth Shalom of Whittier, 14564 E. Hawes St.
The Beth Shalom choir is welcoming new members, especially women and men to sing soprano and bass. Tuesdays.
Occasional performances are usually during Fri pandora bracelets day evening Shabbat services or at Jewish community events. Those interested in joining the choir should call (562) 941 8744. Sunday at Radisson Hotel Whittier, 7320 Greenleaf Ave.
The conference is with Pastor Aida Arvelo and Prophet Bruce Thompson Jr. and will be in both English and Spanish. For information, call (562) 693 9244. May 1 at First United Methodist Church, 13222 Bailey St.
The celebration theme, “Building on our Stories,” will start the event followed by a luncheon. Reservations should be made by Tuesday.
All women are invited. For information, call (562) 698 7001.
Whittier Friends School has openings available
Whittier Friends School, 6726 Washington Ave., provides quality Quaker education to students in grades kindergarten through sixth, along with year round preschool. Children should be at least 2 years old and potty trained.
Both facilities have openings available. May 3 in the courtyard of the church, 13205 Philadelphia St.
There will be free snacks, booths, music and more. To raise funds to combat global hunger, the church is encouraging a donation of $2 per person that will go entirely to Heifer Project International.
Heifer Project is an internationally acclaimed charitable foundation that promotes sustainable use of resources and the eradication of global poverty. Be sure to bring your family and friends to this fun filled charitable event.
Any organization int pandora bracelets erested in the fair is invited to host a cultural booth. To be part of the event, contact Lynda at (562) 698 9805.
Each participating organization will sponsor a table focusing on a specific country or region, and provide an estimated 50 finger food items or craft items that represent the chosen place.
There is no additional cost to host a table. Everyone is encouraged to dress up, play music, hand out information on their organization, sell cultural items, or anything else that maintains the theme of global awareness and/or overcoming pandora bracelets world hunger.