Kentucky family's gifts of service honor prophet's birthday

The Burnett family of the La Grange Ward, Crestwood Kentucky Stake, told about the gift they have been working on this year:

Shortly after watching general conference last October our family decided that we would try to do a little service every day. To help us acknowledge even the little things that we could do, such as opening doors for others, or carrying a classmates books, we decided to keep a collection jar.

Every night we get together and share our stories of service. We would then reward that service with a small monetary amount that we put into our “Service Jar.” Some things were worth only a penny while helping a neighbor mow their yard might be worth 10 cents.

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