HIGHLAND, Utah Youth in the Highland Utah East Stake expressed their testimony of the Prophet Joseph Smith and the Restoration by presenting "The Days of Joseph Jubilee" held May 14 on the field at Lone Peak High School.
They exhibited their testimonies in the form of pictures, slideshows, paintings, quilts, crafts and songs. One deacon made a homemade wagon wheel, while three young women built a covered wagon with the help of their father. A teachers quorum made a replica of the Smith family log home. Still others performed solos and duets on cellos, violins, harps, flutes, pianos and voice.
The jubilee featured square dancing to a live caller, stick pulling, sack races and quilt tying, as well as a computer center to research information about ancestors.
The evening concluded with 400 youth from the stake performing the program, "Stand By Joseph."