A Helping Hand Reaches Out

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Recently, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints had a broadcast for the young women, their mothers, and their leaders.

Recently, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints had a broadcast for the young women, their mothers, and their leaders. I the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, young women are the girls of that church who are ages 12 to 18. During the broadcast, some young women leaders and church leaders talked about making correct choices in life. They taught how to choose the right and how to avoid temptation of bad things.

 

After the broadcast, the young women did a service project. They were able to choose what they did for the service projects because their were multiple stations.

 

One of the stations was quilt tying. The quilts were made for people in need.

 

Also, letters were written for our military troops. They were written for encouragement and hope.

 

The last station was making and filling birthday bags. For a few weeks the young women had brought in toys, cake mix, frosting, balloons, and candles. For the service project, young women made bags to put them in. The bag went to the Arvada Food Bank. This was for families who couldn't afford to give the children birthday parties. The birthday bags let them come to the food bank and get a party in a bag for the birthday girl or boy.

 

Overall the service project affected many, many people. Not only those who needed it, but the people who helped with it were touched.

 

All in all, the young women's broadcast and the following service project helped many, touched many, and influenced many.