CONTACT NUMBERS

President: Cheryl Call 801-798-7512
1
st
Counselor: Jodi Asay 801-794-2902
2
nd
Counselor: Melanie Wilson 801-380-9678
Secretary: Kirsten Jacobson 801-709-7969

Visiting Teaching Coordinator: Margie Robbins 801-798-7560
Compassionate Service: Bernice Prigmore 801-636-7429

To contact the RS presidency about RS business and non-
personal items go to oakviewreliefsociety@gmail.com

RS Blog: www.oakview-wardrs.blogspot.com

Relief Society Newsletter: Contact Kirsten Jacobson at
bkhomeb@yahoo.com or call 801-709-7969

Ward Bulletin information: Contact Brother John Christiansen @
johnwchristiansen@gmail.com

Building Schedulers: Bro. & Sis. McManus 801-798-2258

For an appointment with Bishop Wright, call Brother John
Christiansen 801-245-9928



Sister Billie Bowen
(who used to live in our ward)
80th birthday / 5 April 2013
at the Center Street LDS Church in downtown Spanish Fork.
7 to 9 p.m.
We are all invited to come and celebrate with her.
If there are any questions call her cell phone 801-851-0230
Strawberry Basil Fruit Leather

 1 1/2 pound strawberries
 1 cup fresh basil (about 40 leaves)
 1/2 cup sugar
 1 Tbs lemon juice

Combine all ingredients in a food processor and puree for 1
minute until smooth.
If you don’t have a food processor you can finely chop the
basil and add everything in a saucepan. Cook for 5 to 10
minutes until the strawberries are soft and mash until
smooth with a potato masher.
Pour the puree into a pot or saucepan and bring to a boil. Re-
duce heat to medium-low and simmer for 5 to 10 minutes until
the mixture becomes a little thicker.
Line a 17″x 11″ baking sheet with parchment paper and pour
the puree onto it. Spread out evenly with a spatula, leaving a
half inch of parchment paper on all sides.
Place in a 170°F oven for 6 hours (or 120°F for 8 to 10 hours)
until the puree is shinny and no longer wet and supper sticky.
Allow to cool.
Once cool, remove from the pan with the paper intact. Roll
tightly and cut into sections with a sharp knife. Store in a plas-
tic bag or air-tight container in the pantry for up to 3 months.

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Welcome Home
Sister Leanna Thompson

Provident Living
To the Men of the Priesthood in General Conference Priesthood
Session President Hinckley said, "Brethren (and we add Sisters,
too), I wish to urge again the importance of self-reliance on the part
of every individual Church member and family. We have a great
welfare program with facilities for such things as grain storage in
various areas. It is important that we do this. But the best place to
have some food set aside is within our homes, together with a little
money in savings. The best welfare program is our own welfare
program. Five or six cans of wheat in the home are better than a
bushel in the welfare granary." That was said in 2002. Have we
listened to a Prophet's voice? "Come, Listen to a Prophet's Voice
and hear the word of God."* Please, please consider this valuable
counsel from a Prophet and be prepared. Being Prepared is Provi-
dent Living.



























RELIEF SOCIETY

Opening Song

Today’s Lesson
Sister Michelle Nelson

Closing Song

Next Weeks Lesson
General Conference

April Lesson Schedule
7th General Conference
14th Lesson 7 Aprel Mendenhall
21st Lesson 8 Sue Mortensen
28th Michelle Nelson
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April

1
st
Kathy Templeman
3
rd
Gayle Blanchette
3
rd
Andrea Gurr
10
th
Melanie Kojima
15
th
Rebecca Christensen
22
nd
Gaye Cummings
27
th
Kristin Silva
28
th
Sheila Hansen
28
th
JaNae Lee
28
th
April Jensen
28
th
Renee Snyder
30
th
Melanie Wilson
30
th
Aimee Wright



The Message of Easter
“Easter time is indeed a forceful reminder that the
human spirit cannot be confined. It does not deny the
reality of death, but it offers us an assurance that God
has preserved life beyond the grave.
It was Christ’s right to be the Redeemer of mankind,
and though it required sacrifice beyond our
comprehension, he made the sacrifice voluntarily. He
said:
“Therefore doth my Father love me, because I lay down
my life, that I might take it again.
“No man taketh it from me, but I lay it down of myself. I
have power to lay it down and I have power to take it
again. This commandment have I received of my
Father.” (John 10:17–18.)
The Savior had a consuming desire to do his Father’s
will and a great love for his Father’s children, whose
Redeemer he became. Thus Jesus not only atoned for
Adam’s transgression but for the sins of all mankind.
However, we must remember that redemption from
individual sins depends upon individual effort.

April 1975 Franklin G. Richards
March 31st, 2013

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