nutterb wrote:I was scanning through the Handbooks and came across the part where it says that (and I provide only a rough paraphrase) the policies and procedures in the Handbooks may be revised from time to time and that revisions will be announced via correspondence from the First Presidency. The instruction given is to write the changes into the margins and keep copies of all the correspondence.
So, I don't think changes are being written in our copies of the Handbooks, and I know we don't have any copies of the letters from the First Presidency in our office. Is there a place we can retrieve these to be stored and reviewed?
The instructions for retaining the correspondence is that the supplementary material should be kept with the manuals. To facilitate this, the manuals are punched for three-ring binders. With the manuals in a binder the supplementary material can be put behind, or just after, the manual it supplements.nutterb wrote:The instruction given is to write the changes into the margins and keep copies of all the correspondence.
JPratt wrote:Some of the letters that are publicly read over the pulpit are here:
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