ward activities committees

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jelaynegarrett
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ward activities committees

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I would like to find communication on, or make a suggestion to the change of ward activities committees.
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jelaynegarrett wrote:I would like to find communication on, or make a suggestion to the change of ward activities committees.
That's best handed though the Priesthood - bishop, to stake president to area authority.

There's no one in this forum who can take such input. Having the community debate that is unlikely to change anything.
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Moderator note: This topic was split from the Reporting Issues thread since that thread is an announcement and this thread is about a request for information or a suggested change to unit organization. Please follow the Code of Conduct and "Do not start a new topic in an existing thread; instead start a new thread."
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Re: ward activities committees

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You can reference this previous topic, https://tech.lds.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=17729 in the most recent 2010 handbooks the ward council was assigned these duties.
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