By: Priel W., Livermore Assembly
In 2021, the Livermore Assembly held multiple events. Our events have included a Rock Painting Service Project, a Sugar Scrub activity, and our Church Sunday get-together. These activities brought our assembly closer together, during our time apart.
In our rock painting project (commenced by yours truly), we painted about 13 rocks. The rocks were painted with pretty pictures and positive messages. Mrs. Frye, Livermore Assembly’s Mother Advisor, delivered the painted rocks to our local Police Department’s receptionist. The receptionist was rather touched and had the police officers pick which rock to keep with them on patrol.
For the Sugar Scrub activity, Olivia, Livermore Assembly’s Nature Bow Girl, instructed the attendants on how to create their own sugar scrubs. The ingredients used were cane sugar, essential oils, and coconut and/or olive oil. Each attendant made about three jars full to enjoy personally or share amongst family. On Sunday, April 11th, 2021, we had a Church Sunday service. Church Sunday is an event where we as an assembly select one of the girl’s church to attend together. We met at Discovery Church of the Nazarene, outdoors in the parking lot, with our own chairs, socially distanced. This meeting coincided with the church’s youth group set up activity. It was good recognition for our assembly and it was the first time we met face-to-face (technically mask-to-mask) in over a year. It was great to gather together and feel like a family again.
The next event Livermore Assembly had was an Among Us night, which was collaborated by all of our girls. Our Assembly looks forward to even more events to do together in the future. We wish everyone to stay healthy, safe, and be socially responsible.