Two members have been called to the Primary general advisory council. They will work with the Primary general presidency to help meet the needs of children around the world.
Natalie W. Adams, 46, Cobble Creek 6th Ward, West Jordan Cobble Creek Stake. Born in Provo, Utah, to Philip H. Ware and Sally Scott. Received a degree as an esthetician and has taught piano to children for many years. Married to Joseph C. Adams; two children. Served as a stake and ward Primary president, ward Relief Society and Young Women presidency counselor, and a Primary music leader.
Kathleen L. Miner, 61, East Mill Creek 11th Ward, Salt Lake East Mill Creek North Stake. Born in Salt Lake City to Paul E. Ludwig and Shannon Stewart Ludwig. Studied at the University of Utah. Married to David H. Miner; four children and six grandchildren. Served with her husband as a mission leader in the Russia Rostov-na-Donu Mission from 2015 to 2018, ward Relief Society and Young Women president, ward Primary presidency counselor, Primary music leader, Gospel Doctrine teacher, service missionary for BYU-Pathway Worldwide, and various positions in the Sunday School, Young Women, Relief Society and Primary organizations.