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Sacramento Region & Beyond – Jun 2014

JUN 1 - CITRUS HEIGHTS STAKE FIRESIDE, “Physical Fitness – My Body is a Temple.” Come and hear from the members of our Fitness Panel and discover the benefits of physical fitness on our own spiritual fitness: Pam Jensen, Personal Trainer; Nellie Neves, Zumba Instructor; Nancy Thompson, Exercises Daily. Potluck - 6:00 pm, bring a dish to share; Fireside - 7:00 pm. Desserts and mingle afterwards. 8056 Oak Ave, Cit Hgts. Info:  Call Jerry Anderson, (916) 612-8101; Jeanne Coen (916) 899-1780 (cell).


JUN 6 - SMSAC* DANCE SOCIAL.This is a fun evening with socializing, dancing, and meeting new friends. Time:  9:00pm-midnight, $5 donation. Hosted by East Stake. Location: 3001 Wissemann Dr, Sacto. Contact: David & Ruth Ann DeCant, RAHoffman21@yahoo.com or decantd@yahoo.com (see directions to building below under DANCES).


JUN 8 – ELK GROVE STAKE FIRESIDE,”Trust in the Lord.” Speaker: Todd Davis. Brother Davis is a member of the EG stake high council. He will speak on the Bean family who lived in Joseph Smith’s home while serving a mission. Time: 7:00PM. Location: Vintage Park Bldg, 8925 Vintage Park Dr, Sac. Info: Janet McKibben (916) 753-7114 or Ron Winterton (916) 834-6635.


JUN 20 – DANVILLE DANCE.  Come out and enjoy an evening of dancing, music and refreshments. Visit with friends and meet new ones. 9:00 pm. $5.00 Donation. Danville Stake Center, 655 Old Orchard Dr, Danville.


JUN 22  - SMSAC* FIRESIDE, “How Living  the Gospel can Help Us Deal with Stress and Trauma.” Speaker: Sean Duryee. Brother Duryee currently serves as a member of the High Council in the Lodi Stake.  Brother Duryee is a U.S. Army veteran and a career police officer with a State law enforcement agency. He coaches youth basketball and softball. Time: 7:00 pm. Location: 2745 Eastern Ave, Sacto 95821. Stay for fellowship and refreshments afterwards. Hosted by Lodi Stake. Info: Sister Lynette Russell at (209) 329-7610.


JUN 27 – FRESNO STAKE DANCE.  Game room, movie room, karaoke room, dance lessons and more fun!!! 50’s to current hits, rock-n-roll, salsa, country, waltz, swing…!!! Time: 9:00pm-1:00am. Location: 1149 E. Alluvial Ave, Fresno. Info: Mark Wood, markdragonflier@hotmail.com


JUN 27-29. VISALIA TUBING WEEKEND. $40 donation. The Rogers live next to the Saint Johns River in Visalia (between Bakersfield and Fresno). Each year they invite their friends to come and camp out in their mowed pasture. They feed and keep you busy all weekend with: a zip line, 20 foot wide slip n slide into the river, ping pong, trampoline, volleyball, Friday night movie under the stars, a fire pit, Saturday tubing followed by our outdoor barbecue, Saturday night dance with outdoor movie and fire pit. They have many other activities as well as Sequoia National Park an hour away for those who don't like water sports. This is for adults only, no children or pets. They feed you starting Friday for dinner till breakfast on Sunday prior to church. This is not a church sponsored activity but church standards still apply. RSVP a must. For directions or info: hgirls@hughes.net and visit their facebook page  https://www.facebook.com/events/398432953627522/ or look for Rogers Tubing Weekend on facebook to RSVP.



JULY 12 – CENTRAL VALLEY REGIONAL RIVER RAFTING ADVENTURE & PICNIC. Rafting at 9:30am. Cost: $30 for rafting and picnic, $5 for picnic only. Send name(s), address, phone # and check  or money order to: Linda Phillips, 518 El Cajon, Modesto, 95350. Payment is due June 29, 2014. Rafters directions: take hwy 108/120 East, turn left on Kennedy Road, left on Sonora Road, just before crossing the bridge over the Stanislaus River, turn into parking lot on left. (See map at Raft Adventure.com). Bring water shoes, water, water toys, sunscreen, etc. Life jackets & rafts are provided. Children 5+ up who can swim, may raft. For the picnic: 1:30 pm or later (after the rafters arrive). Meet at reserved picnic area at Orange Blossom Park. Take Hwy. 108/120 eastbound to Orange Blossom Road, after crossing Orange Blossom Bridge, turn left into park. Questions – call or text Linda Phillips,


JULY 17-19 – EAST BAY REGIONAL SINGLE ADULT CONFERENCE. Location: Oakland Interstake Center, Oakland. Thursday - service project; Friday – dance; Saturday – conference workshops & activities. More info to follow.

 JULY 26 – SMSAC* SUMMER ACTIVITY. Time: 7pm. Location: 3001 Wissemann Dr, Sac. Info: Tiffany Davis, tiffd@prodigy.net

 AUG 23 – SMSAC* TEMPLE TRIP. Time: 10:30am session (be there by 10:00am or earlier). Followed by a picnic on the temple grounds. Temple location: 2110 California Circle, Rancho Cordova, 95742. Info: Tiffany Davis, tiffd@prodigy.net

 AUGUST – ORANGE COUNTY SINGLE ADULT CONFERENCE. Date to be determined with more info to follow.

 SEPT 5/6 (tentative dates) – SMSAC* SINGLE ADULT CONFERENCE. Dance Friday night, 9pm-midnight, 3001 Wissemann Dr, Sacramento. Dance hosted by Sacramento Stake. Conference on Saturday. More info to follow.


*SMSAC = Sacramento Multi-Stake Single Adult Committee (15 stakes)


DANCES – Music by various DJs
Sacramento, Bay Area, & Central Valley


The single adults in attendance should uphold LDS Church standards.

While Sunday dress is not required, neatness and modesty are always expected.


1st Friday – Sacramento.  SMSAC (15-stakes). On I-50, take Watt Ave exit & go south.  Turn right on Folsom Blvd. & right on Wissemann Dr. to 3001 Wissemann Dr., Bldg. is on the right.  Dance 9pm -12:00am  $5 donation. Contact Ruth Ann & David DeCant, RAHoffman21@yahoo.com or decantd@yahoo.com .

3rd Friday - Danville.  Danville Stake Center, 655 Old Orchard Rd.  Take Hwy. 680 to Sycamore Valley Rd. East Exit.  Turn left at Old Orchard Rd (4th light) turn left into stake center parking lot. $5 donation. Dance: 9:00pm – 12:30am  $5 donation. 


4th Friday – Fresno. 9:00pm-1:00am. Location: 5025 W. Ashlan Ave, Fresno (1 mi west of Ashlan exit off Hwy 99). Mark Wood, markdragonflier@hotmail.com


5th Friday - Modesto — Modesto Central Valley. 4300 Dale Rd., Modesto, CA 95356. (from 99 freeway exit East on Pelandale, turn left on Dale Rd., Stake is ½ block up, Right into the north parking lot.)  8:30pm – Midnight. No Charge.

Info: Linda at 209-380-2421.


 SACRAMENTO & VICINITY, 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. (unless noted)
Attire: church dress   -   Refreshments served afterwards

NOTE: Firesides are subject to cancellation the 1st Sunday in April, October and December

1st Sunday – Citrus Heights Stake, 8056 Oak Avenue, Citrus Heights. Break-the-Fast Potluck 6 p.m.(Cultural Hall); Fireside at 7pm (Chapel). Contact: Jerry Anderson @ (916) 612-8101; Jeanne Coen (916) 899-1780 (cell) or 916-723-7852 (h). (Important: No Firesides held in Dec.)

*Auburn Stake, 6:15 p.m.  Nevada City building (north end), 615 Hollow Way, Nevada City, CA  95959. Information, call  (see potlucks below)

                          *Auburn Stake, 6:15 p.m., Auburn Stake Center, 1255 Bell Rd, Auburn, CA 95603.  Information, call (see potlucks below)


2nd Sunday - Elk Grove Stake, 8925 Vintage Park Drive, Elk Grove. Contact: Ron Winterton, (916)834-6635, vfrrfv40@yahoo.com or Janet McKibben, (916)753-7114,  janetmckibben@yahoo.com .


4th Sunday – SMSAC MONTHLY FIRESIDE – 15 Stakes take turns hosting.  2745 Eastern Avenue, Sacramento. Contact: Kathy Hanford, kh8135@yahoo.com  



CARMICHAEL STAKE – First Monday of each month at the Ruggles home, 5769 Hoffman, Fair Oaks. Potluck at 6:30 pm.  Please bring something to share. Lesson begins at 7:30 pm and will be from the current issue of the Ensign. This is geared for those without local family, however all are welcome.  Come be edified and mingle awhile. 


CARMICHAEL STAKE – Second, Third, Fourth, (Fifth) Monday of each month at 4612 Jan Dr, Carmichael 95608. Potluck at 6:00pm. Please bring main dish for 4 or $5.00, Drinks and dessert provided. Home evening starts at 7:00pm. We will read the Scriptures at 7:15 pm; reading the Old Testament.


EAST STAKE - 4th Tuesday of each month --except December--at the Eastern Avenue Stake Center, 2745 Eastern Avenue, Sacramento, from 6:30PM to 8:30-ish a home evening, potluck, lesson, games. children welcome. contact: Dottie Benton, 707-685-0455, bentondjb@yahoo.com


ELK GROVE STAKE: 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. As of August 6th, 2013, the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays. The 1st Tuesday will be guest speakers, movies, lessons, refreshments. The 3rd Tuesday will be food and fun activities. Please bring your favorite snack.  Vintage Park Building, located at the corner of Elk Grove Florin Road and Vintage Park. Contact: Ron Winterton 916-834-6635 or Janet McKibben 916-753-7114.


CORDOVA STAKE: Each Wednesday from 6:30 – 8:00pm at the Wissemann building, 3001 Wissemann Dr, Sacramento. The first Wednesday is a pot luck. Fellowship and fun - come and join us.  Contact: Sheryl A Reeder,

   Please bring a dish  -  Note various times

1st SUNDAY - FAST SUNDAYS  (Call to verify during General Conference weekends)


CORDOVA STAKE: First Wednesday - see the Home Evening groups above.


CITRUS HEIGHTS, Potluck in Cultural Hall 6:00 pm, followed by Fireside (Chapel) at 7 pm. 8056 Oak Avenue, Citrus Heights.; Jerry Anderson (916) 612-8101; Jeanne Coen (916) 899-1780 (cell) or 916-723-7852 (h).. (Important: No Potlucks/Firesides in Dec)

EAST STAKE, See Home Evening Groups above.


AUBURN STAKE, TWO LOCATIONS & TIMES: Every fast Sunday there are two potlucks, Auburn at 5 p.m., Nevada City at 5:30 p.m. and both firesides start at 6:15 p.m. Whenever Break-the-Fast conflicts with church-wide events, i.e., general conference, these activities are bumped up a week, holding it the last week in March/September. Auburn Stake Center, 1255 Bell Rd, Auburn, CA 95603.  Nevada City building (north end), 615 Hollow Way, Nevada City, CA 95959.