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History of the CTR Ring

General Primary President LaVern Parmley asked her board to come up with ideas for a symbol to assist seven year old children in learning the teachings of Jesus in 1970 — the result was the CTR ring with it’s familiar logo and shield:

CTR Ring
Classic CTR Ring Image

What is a CTR Ring?

The little ring with the green shield has become a symbol for LDS Primary classes everywhere. Through the years the initials C.T.R. have also become a special reminder to teens and adults to “Choose the Right”.

Scroll down to browse our huge selection of CTR rings in silver, gold, and white gold. We carry mission language rings, too!

Our white gold CTR Rings are gorgeous! Silver ctr rings start at $8.95 and most average less than $30.00. We also carry yellow gold CTR rings.

diamond ctr ring Here are a few of the CTR rings we carry: large ctr silver turquoise Inlay Ring, 14k Gold CTR ring, silver CTR ring, Mini ctr, wide band and narrow band ctr ring, CTR sport bands, ctr basketball, soccer, baseball, football, swim, ctr dance ring, YW Young Woman values ring, Black Hills 10k Gold CTR ring, CTR Orion ring, CTR Bow ring, Star ring, Saturn ring, eternity silver or gold wide and narrow band rings, Return With Honor ring, ctr gift rings, White gold ctr ring, return with honor wide band stacked ring, RWH rings, ETTE silver or gold wide band ring, endure to the end ring, CTR Language ring, HLJ Spanish rings, Joseph Smith Eternity ring, Dutch ctr ring, French ctr ring, German ctr ring, Italian ctr, Chinese Korean ctr ring, Russian ctr rings, and ctr sign language ring.

We are a distributor of Ringmasters and One Moment in Time CTR rings.

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Post Date: May 25, 2010
Author: Jenny Smith


Jenny Smith
Jenny Smith is a designer who started blogging in 2004 to share lesson and activity ideas with members of her home branch Mississippi. Her collection has grown, and she now single-handedly manages the world's largest collection of free lesson help for LDS teachers with faceted search. Her library includes teaching techniques, object lessons, mini lessons, handouts, visual aids, and doctrinal mastery games categorized by scripture reference and gospel topic. Jenny loves tomatoes, Star Trek, and her family -- not necessarily in that order.
Jenny Smith is a designer, blogger, and tomato enthusiast who lives in Virginia on a 350+ acre farm with her husband and one very grouchy cat.
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