What does FHE mean?

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Other definitions of FHE:

  • Short (acronym) for Family Home Evening - a weekly family get together, usually held every Monday, that often involves hymns, game activity and treats/snacks/meal. FHE was instigated in 1915, and Mondays were suggested for it to be held on in 1970. Universities and areas with large groups of single people often have a FHE organised for single people to go to each Monday night. FHEs are held by members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (also known as Mormons or LDS)...meaning that approx 15.5 million people are involved in FHEs every Monday night world wide.

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  • Sara made cookies for FHE

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