Friday, December 19, 2008

" Christmas in Zarahemla. "

Tonight we went to our church Christmas dinner for a very enjoyable evening of food, fun, visiting, and entertainment. The theme for the party was "Christmas in Zarahemla", which depicted another time in history when the announcement of the Savior's birth was given.
As you can see we all wore timely clothing to be more a part of the fun and set the mood for the evening.
Dinner consisted of Lamanade (Lemonade), Nephries (Sweet potato fries), Liahoma balls (baked potato's), Kishkumen Kabobs both veggie & fruit, Corihor corn cakes (corn bread), Teancum's turkey, Rameumpton Rice (Spanish rice), Laban head of lettuce (green salad), & Sariah Salads. What a combination to choose from. It was set up in various booths around the room buffet style.
Some of the other booths housed various games to be entertained with.
The evening and program was concluded with the Primary children and audience singing a special rendition of Silent Night. Despite the snowy weather, there was a full house of people having a great time.

3 comments:

NaoMichael said...

It looks like y'all had a great time. Love the theme and decor. I remember some years back that we had a ward Christmas party in Waller with a similar feel and we loved it. It really brought the ward family together.
Enjoy your holiday festivities and know that we are missing you and loving you in Texas!

nanadover said...

Wow! Looks like fun!

Troy and Bonnie Card said...

Uncle Tony, I just love your new head wear. It looks like you guys had a lot of fun.

Troy