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Prepper Events and Meetings / Re: LDS Emergency Preparedness Faire
« Last post by Jerry D Young on October 01, 2018, 05:53:39 PM »

Sure. No problem. I have been known to give a gentle nudge toward something. Actually, I can be kind of pushy. And I tend to spend peoples' money for them, too.


lol  (I hope)


Just my opinion.

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Prepper Events and Meetings / Re: LDS Emergency Preparedness Faire
« Last post by owldancer on October 01, 2018, 02:14:04 PM »
At first I was thinking that I did not know anyone from the LDS church. 

Well ,as far as I know, I know one no personally that belongs to the LDS church,
but the Boy Scouts do have a meeting at a local LDS church this Thursday.

Being a shy person (LOL) I shall come out of my shell long enough to ask some questions.

Jerry, thanks for the idea.
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Prepper Events and Meetings / Re: LDS Emergency Preparedness Faire
« Last post by Jerry D Young on October 01, 2018, 10:26:49 AM »

I went to the fair. It was well run, with information vendors and a few supply vendors. They were all solid organizations or companies. And the church staff were all very helpful. The two classes I attended were fairly well done. I would go again. And would try to get there earlier, as I did not have a chance to take a couple of the information classes since I arrived about 11:00am instead of 9:00am.


Thank you, Jo, for letting me/us know. It was a good deal all around.


Just my opinion.

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Prepper Events and Meetings / Re: LDS Emergency Preparedness Faire
« Last post by Jerry D Young on October 01, 2018, 10:23:42 AM »

I imagine there are, Owldancer. If there are any Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints sites in the area, one or more will probably hold a fair at some point during the year. If you have any friends or acquaintances in the church, ask them to let you know when a fair is happening, or any other type of event where the public is welcome that might have some prep related information. A canning class, food storage class, all sorts of things in addition to any fair they might organize.


Just my opinion.

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Prepper Events and Meetings / Re: LDS Emergency Preparedness Faire
« Last post by owldancer on October 01, 2018, 07:54:14 AM »
I wonder if there are any in my neck of the woods?
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Prepper Events and Meetings / Re: LDS Emergency Preparedness Faire
« Last post by Jerry D Young on September 29, 2018, 09:47:43 AM »

I plan to be there around 11:00am when the second rotation of classes start.


Thanks for the heads up, Jo.
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Prepper Events and Meetings / LDS Emergency Preparedness Faire
« Last post by Jo Schumacher on September 28, 2018, 01:34:03 PM »
 :D The LDS church on Rock and McCarran will be having the Emergency Preparedness Faire, this Saturday September 29, 2018 from 09:00am to 13:00 (1:00pm).  I hope you all can check it out!!!
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This topic has been moved to General Discussion because it is not a meeting or event.

http://nnpg.net/NNPG_Forum/index.php?topic=3136.0
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Hello everyone.


We are getting down to the wire.  I have been in touch with most of you via email in regards to the needs for the community kitchen.  Here is a final list of ingredients needed for the kitchen:


pantry needs:
coffee
paper plates and utensils or you can use your own camp dishes
napkins
bottled water


For Friday:  estimated attendees - 13
Hamburgers - minimum 24 patties
A picnic salad like potato salad, coleslaw or something like that
ground hamburger - 3 to 5 pounds
Parmesan Cheese
Garlic bread


For Saturday: estimated attendees - 16
shredded cheese for breakfast
bacon
sausage
ham and turkey lunchmeat for lunch
wheat bread
sour dough bread
We do have American cheese, if you would like to contribute another variety, please do.


Saturday's dinner is a camp potluck.  Please plan to bring a dish to pass.


That is all the kitchen needs for the planned menu.  The community kitchen is a new idea for us this year.  While a menu has been planned, we do encourage everyone to get creative and surprise us with something not listed for the menu or maybe you would like to share a favorite jam, jelly or family camp delicacy.  Please add whatever you would like to enhance the kitchen and bring variety to the menu.


Thank you to everyone for helping out this year. 

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Hi all.
Prepper Field Day is next week!

Here is the list of those we know are coming:
Me
Rob and Kris
James
Glenda and Jasmine
David and Audrey
Jerry
Terral
Gene and family

New this year is our Community Kitchen.
Please read this from Glenda:

We are still needing the following items:
Fresh fruit - not absolutely needed, we can still have a good breakfast without
Hamburgers and buns
salad mix and toppings
Parm cheese and garlic bread
lunch meat
sliced cheese
shredded cheddar cheese
bacon
I picked up 32 maple sausage links yesterday, so maybe a couple more packages of sausage
bread for sandwiches
perhaps a couple extra dozens of eggs
butter
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