Mom to Mom Calendar of Events

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Mom to Mom Description

  • What is “Mom to Mom”? Mom to Mom is a network of mothers with children who are elementary school-age and younger who get together to do a variety of things with each other and their children.
     
  • Who is it for? All women with children who are 8th graders and younger. This is for moms who work full time, part time, or stay at home. We have something for everyone.
     
  • What’s the point? The point is to have a chance to get to know the other moms in our congregation/community; to develop relationships that help support one another in our vocations as mothers; to help moms with similar needs meet one another so they can share resources, and for moms with different resources to be able to share with one another; to encourage one another that “YOU ARE NOT ALONE!!”
     
  • How do I join? Simply come to one of the events listed in the newsletter and bulletins. Email Heather Salemink and she will get you on the email list so you can receive reminders about upcoming events.
  • Do I have to come to every event in order to be a part of the network? Nope. Come to the events that work for you and your family. We are always looking for new event ideas. If you have one let us know. 
  • Does it cost anything to be involved? Nope, unless the event is a trip to someplace with an entrance fee.
  • Where can I find information about the events? Check the bulletins at church each week, the church newsletter each month, and the school News & Notes. Also you can call Heather for more information.
     

Resources for Moms

 


Featured Recipes

Peanut Butter Balls
Submitted By: Cara Wetzel

Masson Family Peanut Butter Balls Ingredients:  1 ½ lb powdered sugar (4 cups)—do not use Domino—use C&H or generic  1 lb Jif (18 oz jar)  ½ lb Oleo (margarine)  Nuts if desired  4 ½ - 5 big Hershey bars (40 oz)  Cream oleo, Jif, and powdered sugar.  Roll into balls.  Melt milk chocolate and dip balls and put on wax paper.

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