Mark 100th anniversary of Young Women camp
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The Young Women general presidency hopes wards and stakes will do something special this summer to mark the 100th anniversary of Young Women camp.
"We can't tell the whole world how to celebrate but we hope they will all celebrate," said Sister Elaine S. Dalton, Young Women general president.
Following are some ways young women could mark the anniversary:
Read the Book of Mormon and share your testimony of what you learned and felt in a special campfire meeting held during camp.
Record 100 blessings you have received or felt while at camp.
Perform 100 acts of service while at camp or in preparation to go to camp.
Research 100 names to take to the temple in preparation for camp.
Shine 100 lights from a high place at camp to represent your desire to stand for truth and righteousness and let the light of the Savior shine in your lives.
Share 100 scriptures with the other young women at camp.
Think of 100 ways you can bless your family when you return from camp.
Compose a special song to celebrate camp in your area.
Perform a skit showing what you think the first camp might have been like.
Look for people in the scriptures who camped, and share their experiences.
"You will think of more things you can do to celebrate this wonderful gift of Young Women camp," said Sister Dalton. (https://www.lds.org/youth/article/young-women-camp/100-years)