Do you have a favorite recipe for using your food storage? Maybe a comfort food your family wouldn’t want to go without, or something that makes excellent use fo the basics? Well here’s a good chance to show your stuff, and have a chance to win some *awesome* prizes. Our friends at Shelf Reliance are having a recipe contest this month.
Entries can be emailed to [email protected]. For more information, such as the rules and details, go check out their page.
Also, go ahead and send along your favorite recipe to me, and we’ll post them up on the site here. Of course, just watch out because I’ve got a few recipes up my sleeve, and I’m gunning for that #1 prize myself :)
Kit Camp is definately a work in progress, an idea in active exploration. We’ve never done this before and don’t know of a precedence to go off of so we’re kind of making it up as we go. :) If you missed the earlier post about it and don’t know what I’m talking about, the original Kit Camp post is here.
Just received this. Please note that the Technician Class license is the entry level HAM Radio license. It does NOT require Morse Code, and is very easy to obtain. If you are interested in becoming a HAM Radio operator, plan on attending.
Please e-mail [email protected] if you will be attending. Also let me know if you will be bringing a laptop.
I must limit the size to 40 people so sign up early to reserve a spot. If you must cancel please let me know immediately so I can free up a slot for someone else.
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One Day Ham Radio Class for the Technician (entry level) license.
Saturday, Feb.. 14th, 2009 7:30am to 5pm
Blue Chip Group is a Salt Lake based manufacturer of Emergency Food Storage supplies. They will be providing a demonstration of their products on February 5th in Salem, UT at 7 pm.
Here is the info I received on this event:
The Blue Chip Group will be in Salem at the Community Center, 151 W. 300 S. on Thursday, February 5th at 7:00 p.m. Come and taste test Blue Chips food storage items. Preparedness Items will be there for demonstration also. This is a night to help you feel more confident in what you will have in your food storage in case of emergency. Recipes available and you can use these foods in your everyday cooking…they’re that GOOD! If you can’t make it on the 5th you can still group order. Pick up your food storage order form at the Salem city office building. Order forms and money will be due on the following Thursday Feb. 12th at the Salem city building. Please make your check or money orders payable to Kristy Beck and put your check and order form in a sealed envelope.
This is all the information I have at the moment. For those needing directions, please check here.
What your family needs to do to prepare. Pandemics can be survivable with proper preparations – learn those guidelines NOW.
Spanish Fork East Stake Center
870 East Canyon Rd. Spanish Fork, Utah
(major cross streets – Main and 300 South
300 South transitions into Canyon Rd.)
Sunday, January 25, 2009
6 – 8 pm in the Chapel
Church Dress – We are meeting in the chapel.
Kenneth Moravec’s professional training and reputation makes him an excellent instructor for Pandemic Training. Joanne and I have heard him speak several times, he is great. Please come and listen to him, gather this important information for your family and ward. You may want to invite others (age 18 and older), your family, friends, neighbors, business associates and etc.
The Technician license is the entry level license for getting started in HAM radio. The Amateur Radio Club of Utah Valley often presents one day courses followed by a test to obtain your Technician class license. They have just announced a three day class and another one day class in the Pleasant Grove area. I obtained my license about three years ago. It really is easy!
Three-day Technician Class (Trent, N7GMT)
One-day Technician Class & Exam Session (Steve, NV7V)
We’ve been thinking about this for a bit, now it’s time to put it to the test – Who amongst us would be interested in having a prepper meetup? The first one would be informal, a meet and greet, there we would decide what kind of format we wanted future meetups to take. Future meetups might have presenters on a prep topic, could be a lead discussion, demonstration of certain technique, prep poetry reading – whatever. Although this will be sponsored by Utah Preppers, we want to invite other regional bloggers on prepping to come along and invite their readership as well.
We’ve had some interest expressed now we would like to measure it. We’re thinking after the holidays, so some time in January. We’ll never get a consensus on the night to do it, but what would be better? Tues/Wed/Fri? We’ll try to let the majority rule here :) So here are the options: Jan 13, 16 or 22.
Please let us know if you’re interested and what date would work better for you!
Tomorrow at 9 there is a GeeksNGuns event, some fun stuff. If you’ve been interested in getting to know some local shooters, or try out any equipment before making a purchase, this is a good one to attend.
Are any other Utah locals (or regional folks) planning on heading to the Crossroads gun show on the 22nd? The last few shows have had variable results in terms of deals, and content. But given the amount of choices we have around here, especially with current federal expectations I know I plan on going. Any one else wanting to meet up/carpool/etc?