Sister Kay Bird & Family 3063 E. Canyon Glen Loop 661-865-6984
Protecting Children & Families From Pornography
Utah Coalition against pornography would like you to know of the 11th annual Saturday May 18th 9-1 @ Little America Hotel 500 S. Main S.L.C. Purpose: To provide you with information & resources to help safeguard children & families from the serious challenge of pornography. conference

Creamy Italian White Sauce
By Jenny Park

Magic Mix: 2 1/3 cup powdered milk 1 cup all-purpose flour 1 cup – 2 sticks butter, room temp. (or use equivalent in powdered butter & when you make sauce from Magic Mix add more liquid – water/milk/broth) Mix the flour & powdered milk together. Add butter, mix until it resembles cornmeal. If you are using a mixer start on low setting or add the lid to your mixer and then go to a higher setting so you don’t “dust” your kitchen. *I used freshly ground white wheat flour instead of all-purpose and the only difference I noticed was that it took a medium-high temperature and a couple minutes longer to get it to simmer and thicken a bit….but it tasted great! Creamy Italian White Sauce: 1 cup magic mix 2 cups milk (I used 1%, or use water to make it less rich) Salt & pepper 4 pieces of cooked & drained bacon, chopped into bite size pieces Add 1 cup magic mix & 2 cups milk (or water), & cook over medium heat (medium-high if using magic mix from wheat flour). When the liquid & Magic Mix are mixed together smoothly, add the cooked chopped bacon in. Cook, stir constantly until it begins to simmer/thicken. Turn off heat, serve over pasta. Salt & pepper to taste and add your own seasonings in. *Notes: To make it thinner use less Magic Mix & more milk/water, add pesto, add marinara sauce. Add Italian seasonings, chopped minced garlic, garlic powder, parsley, anything you like to spice it up or add more flavor.

The stake is making water carriers for the youth for Trek. Anyone that has canvas to donate it would be appreciated. Please get it to the Relief
Society Presidency by May 18th. Thanks!

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

Come join with us and learn how the Atonement can bring about positive changes in our lives!" May 18, 2013 10:00 - 12:00
Canyon View Stake Center
Stake Relief Society Spring Brunch

Visiting Teaching Coordinator: Margie Robbins 801-798-7560 Compassionate Service: Bernice Prigmore 801-636-7429 To contact the RS presidency about RS business and nonpersonal 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


Faithfulness in Times of Trial: From the Shadows into the Glorious Sunshine
“From the time of our receiving the Gospel to the present, the Lord has from time to time given us trials and afflictions, if we may so call them; and sometimes these trials have been of that nature that we have found it very difficult to receive them without murmur and complaint. Yet at such times the Lord blessed us and gave us sufficient of His Spirit to enable us to overcome the temptations and endure the trials. Every man and woman who serves the Lord, no matter how faithful they may be, have their dark hours; but if they have lived faithfully, light will burst upon them and relief will be furnished All that is required of us to make us perfectly safe under all circumstances of trouble or persecution, is to do the will of God, to be honest, faithful and to keep ourselves devoted to the principles that we have received; do right one by another; trespass upon no man’s rights; live by every word that proceedeth from the mouth of God and his Holy Spirit will aid and assist us under all circumstances, and we will come out of the midst of it all abundantly blessed in our houses, in our families, in our flocks, in our fields—and in every way God will bless us. He will give us knowledge upon knowledge, intelligence upon intelligence, wisdom upon wisdom.”
Ch. 7 Teachings of the Pres.

Opening Song Today’s Lesson Sister Sue Mortensen Closing Song

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

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

A big THANK YOU to Sister Jenny Park for teaching us about homemade pasta and sharing some of her cooking tricks. Check out her blog @ littlebeebakery.blogspot.com Homemade P ast a Noodles by Jenny Park
1 egg (2 T. egg powder + 2 T. water) 2 T. milk (1/2 tsp. dry milk powder + 2 T. water) ½ cup white wheat flour ½ cup all-purpose flour (or semolina flour)
Stir ingredients together in bowl with a spoon. Using hands, knead dough until a hard ball of dough forms (if dry, slowly add water a couple drops at a time). Allow dough to rest, cover with damp paper towel, 10 minutes. Clamp pasta maker to your table/counter, insert handle. Run a bit of all-purpose flour thru it while rolling handle to flour it so dough can go thru smoothly. Set a pot of salted water to boil on your stove before you start to make your pasta. I divided dough in half, then pressed first part a little flatter & put it thru pasta maker at widest setting. Then fold it in half & put it thru 3 more times (each time folding it in half). This solves tears/holes & starts to stretch out a bit. Then I put it on next smaller setting & put it thru once without folding it, then I repeated with next three smallest settings always going thru once & never folding. Then attach noodle attachment that just slides onto front of machine. Attach handle into slot for style of noodles you want. Before you run pasta thru & shape noodles you need to dust your piece of dough with all-purpose flour (just put a bit on a clean table/counter & gently rub both sides of pasta stripe into flour lightly to flour it) or noodles will crinkle. Then put dough strip thru noodle shape you want. When noodles are pressed out, put in a pot of salted boiling water; cook 5-6 minutes, longer for softer.