Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Relief Society Newsletter Template {June}

I apologize for missing May’s Newsletter. It was my birthday month, so my gift to myself was taking it off, and I’m using that excuse for everything {wink}.

Here is the Relief Society Newsletter for June.

RS Newsletter June Photo
Email me for the file.
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Heather said...

I have been stalking your blog waiting for the newsletter. :) What a wonderful surprise it was today to see June's newsletter up already! :) Your newsletters are so well done. The ladies in my ward LOVE them. Many thanks and happy late birthday to you. :)

Lindsay said...

thanks so much for posting these templates. I have been waiting for Junes. I will continue to use them as long as you keep putting them up. thanks

Lindsay said...

I have microsoft works word processor on my computer. It isnt downloading the file right. is this a problem on my end or yours?

according to sabrina said...

I put your button on my blog! :-)


Our Family said...

I am soooo excited that I found your blog. I was just called to be RS secretary and was THRILLED to find your cute newsletters that we can all use for our own ward. Thank you so much for sharing and looking forward to many, MANY more!!

brooke said...

I LOVE and your templates and use them every month for my primary (the parents love having a newsletter). Your newsletters are the best I have found and appreciate access to them!! Are you going to post an August one? I am checking every day to see (im pretty sure i can't do it without your template:)

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