Once again the committee will be issuing a limited number of special VIP tickets!
These tickets will go to the first 100 who register as well as a few other special atendees, such as the winner of our "Name Our Theme" contest.
While we are still in the planning stages for this year, you can get a great idea about what to expect by taking a look at what we did last year for out 2016 conference!
We are working hard to make sure 2017 is as good or better!
In 1913, Earl's father, who had cowboyed in Utah and Colorado and worked on ranches in Idaho, Wyoming and Montana, went to Alberta, Canada securing a job as a foreman on the Knight Ranch.
John Bascom's brother-in-law, Ike Lybbert, was already working there as the ranch blacksmith and farrier.
Lybbert, who served in the Danish army before coming to America, was a rancher and blacksmith who served as constable of Levan, Utah and Justice of the Peace in Naples, Utah. Bascom's paternal ancestors include Minne-tin-ka, of the Turtle Clan, daughter of Chief Miantonomo of the Narragansett Indian tribe, King Edward III of European Royalty, and others from England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, Belgium and France with ethnicities including Quaker, In 1909, Earl and his two older brothers and their father were riding horseback near Lybbert Gulch, when a bee stung Earl's horse and it bucked across the meadow with him.
Read through the posts and participate in the discussions there to find help from your friends, peers and committee members. For the dances, of course you can be as dressy as you care to be. Sunday Sacrament Meeting & Fireside of course will be usual Sunday attire.But please keep in mind that this conference is intended for and geared toward the 31 demographic.The nice thing about attending the Las Vegas LDS Single Adult Conference is that you will likely find many like-minded peers that are close to your age.If you're looking for more material to make you laugh, check out our other sites: Quick, Funny Jokes and Yo Mama Jokes Galore!This year's conference theme, "Your Heart Shall Rejoice", reminds us of our Savior's promise to each of us that no matter the pains, challenges, trials and sufferings we might endure as singles, He has overcome the world and promises our sorrows This is a rare opportunity to join company with over 1,300 like-minded LDS single adults!