Monday, February 15, 2010
Time: 8:00 a.m.
Location: Perris building
Several people from our ward participated in this a few years ago and said you show up at 8:00 a.m., listen to lectures until 3 or 4 o'clock (with a break for lunch), then take a test and get licensed the same day.
If any of the scouts pass the test, Brother Romney will give them the Radio merit badge.
Friday, February 12, 2010
Enjoy all the new receipes!!
Saturday, January 30, 2010
February 1: 5 lbs. of sugar
February 8: 5 lbs. of flour
February 15: 2 lbs. of brown sugar & 2 lbs. of salt
February 22: 1 box of baking soda & 1 box of baking powder
March 1: 7 gallons of water (2 flats)
March 8: 4 cans of cream of chicken soup
March 15: 4 cans of chicken noodle soup
March 22: 4 cans of cream of mushroom soup
March 29: 3 cans of vegetable soup
One-month supply of food
Toiletries & basic first aid items
6 flats of bottled water =
3 week supply (3-4 people)
A year's supply for one adult of basic food:
- GRAINS - 400 lbs. (wheat, flour, rice, corn, oats, pasta, millet, rye, buckwheat, etc.)
- LEGUMES - 60 lbs. (dry beans, split peas, lentils)
- POWDERED MILK - 16 lbs.
- COOKING OIL - 10 quarts
- SUGAR & HONEY - 60 lbs.
- SALT - 8 lbs.
- WATER - 14 gallons (a 2-week emergency supply)
A week/month supply of food storage is far better than nothing at all. Start a step at a time, don't be overwhelmed.
DON'T FORGET TOILETRIES - toothpaste, toilet paper, dish soap, clothes soap, diapers, etc.
TO GET MORE FOOD FOR YOUR MONEY - shop the ads. Shopping the sales is the best way to get food storage on a budget.