I have since been released as Pack Committee Chair at my church with Cub Scouts. My new calling/job is Relief Society Night Meeting Coordinator. This was my 1st month and it was alot of fun!
This is what our invites looked like that we passed out. I cut out the shape on my silhouette machine and printed on yellow cardstock. Super simple and cute!!
We decorated in yellow/white and some green. We had 4 classes and we all rotated class to class.
1 class was using Lemons in cleaning your home
1 class was making lemon sugar scrub
1 class was making lemon poppyseed bread
1 class was a spiritual class on turning lifes lemons into lemonade.
All the classes were great! We passed out a handout with all the class notes and recipes we got ahead of time and printed them up in a cute packet seen here..
We also had a survey so we can get to know the sisters better as we have a whole new Relief Society Presidency as well.
At the end of the night we had lots of lemon treats. All the treats we also included the recipes into our handout/booklet the gals took home. It was a fun night!!
These cute containers came from Dollar Tree – 10 for 1.00 and had samples of the Lemon Sugar Scrub in it
Cleaning with lemons class was awesome too! There are SOOOOO many very cool things you can do with lemons for your home. I can’t get over what it can do!
Our Lemon Poppyseed Class and watching her make this amazing bread!!
Our totally cute sister teaching/inspiring us about turning lemons into lemonade.
Next came all our yummy LEMON treats!! THEY WERE SO GOOD!!!!
I have never had a Pavlova before and I am now HOOKED!! Usually yes Pavlova’s are bigger but this was just to be a quick treat and that was the best punch of lemon in my mouth. I love lemon curd!!! YUMMMY!!!
Our spread was so fun and yellow!!
We served lemon water or lemonade in cute mason jars with pewter lids and yellow straws. I just found the yellow straws clearanced at Walmart this week for .50!!! Talk about a great find!!
Just a little fun reminder that the glasses are not favors HAHAHA
I love my lemonade stand!! My husband just built me that for Mothers Day.
(Just a year ago I posted my other lemonade stand made out of pallets – Found on my Scout’s 2013 Blue & Gold Banquet Post
I still love that pallet lemonade stand!! LOVE IT. I still have it but it is falling apart majorly. And it is all 1 piece.
My NEW Lemonade Stand you see here comes apart!! The roof comes off, the 2 side posts slip in and then the bottom. It is made of cedar so it is a lighter weight wood. I have the best husband EVER!!!! LOVE HIM!! Will have to share how he made that lemonade stand with you soon!
It was an awesome night!! I am excited how it all turned out!! Now to start working on JUNE’s Relief Society Night– I have another fun night planned as well!! WOOT WOOT!!