The Ward put together a very informative packet about the H1N1 virus and how to prevent it.  I hope each of you sisters received one on your doorstep last week. If not, The Village Club House, has a stack on the front round table. OR see Sadie Sabin and she can direct you where you can get one.

Here is some quick information to help if you notice any change in your health, in your husband, or your children.


{1} Wash your hands often! Hand Sanitizer is effective

{2} Cough into a tissue or your sleeve, and dispose of the tissue after coughing

 {3} Stay home from work if you are ill!

If you or a member of your family has a fever or high temperature (over 38C/100.4F) and
two or more of the following symptoms, you may have swine flu:

unusual tiredness
runny nose
sore throat
shortness of breath

cough (sometimes referred to as dry cough)
loss of appetite
aching muscles
diarrhea or vomiting
(flu-like symptoms)

*FEVER IS USUALLY PRESENT with the flu in up to 80% of all flu cases. A temperature of 100F or higher for 3-4 days is associated with the flu.*
*60% of people who have the flu experience CHILLS*
*The flu has a rapid onset within 3-6 hours. The flu hits hard and includes sudden symptons like high fever, aches, and pains.*
*A headache is VERY COMMON with the flu, present in 80% of flu cases.
{Go to the hospital OR contact a doctor if}

pain or pressure in the chest or abdomen

sudden dizziness


severe or persistent vomiting

flu-like symptoms improve but then return with fever and a worse cough

difficulty breathing or shortness of breath

if you have a temperature over 102F

Don't go around people who are ill! Stay home if you have to. Go home if you are sick! Help everyone out and isolate yourself from others if you are sick with the H1N1 virus.

*Persons infected with the H1N1 virus may be able to pass it on 1 day before symptoms develop and up to 7 days after infection*

If you are pregnant or have an infant under 6 months, be extra careful. All pregnant women should be able to get the vaccine from their OBGYNs right now. Their offices should be carrying them.

Just another reminder that Ward Temple Night is this:

Thursday, October 29th.
We will be attending the 6:45 PM endowment session!
{Please be dressed in the Temple Chapel 20 minutes prior to session time}

Please be there!
We will have refreshments afterward at our chapel.

Also, we have a sealing assignment on Friday (the 30th) at 6:00 PM and we still need 3 more couples. If you can help out please contact: Joel Skousen: 513.515.4738

Come Join Us for this year's


WHEN: Saturday, October 31st at 6PM
WHERE: Church parking lot

Please come dressed in your {modest} costumes and your trunks decorated!
If you signed up to decorate your trunk/hand out candy, you could win a {gift card} for being the
Coolest Trunk or the Best Costume of the NIGHT!

Serving: Hot Chocolate and Apple Cider!
{PLUS!} Decorating your own Caramel Apples!

Come Dressed in your Costume and Ready to Play Games!

*Church Policy: No full-face makeup and no masks. Security Purposes*