Mormon.org has launched a new campaign to help you and your family make great memories this summer! Each week on their blog they’ll be providing a list of great activities you can do with your family to enjoy all 56 remaining days of summer.
On their blog, the team at Mormon.org posted this description:
Families last forever. Summer doesn’t. That’s why this summer, Mormon.org is helping families make the most of every single day. It’s called #73Days of Summer, and it’s a fantastic source of fun, powerful, wholesome activities that can make family ties stronger—and make some incredible, lasting memories along the way. To find the latest, follow Mormon.org on Facebook and share photos of what your family is doing using the hashtag #73Days.
This week includes fun ways to bring everyone together by planting a family tree, finding time to perform an act of kindness for a neighbor, roasting s’mores, planning a family hike, making a time capsule, and designing your very own family flag.
You can see this week’s blog post here, written by Kristen Hills, one of the Six Sisters. Follow Mormon.org’s blog and visit their social media pages daily to see their great ideas for summertime family activities. Have some of your own? Share them in the comments below!
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