Broad context: I have seen at least one question on this site asking about the customs in LDS meetings regarding women, and this question sometimes comes up offline as well. I think I remember, not too long ago (2013 or 2014), I read or heard official communication reminding/ stating that there is no objection to women giving concluding talks in a sacrament meeting (I am certain the notion that priesthood holders should have "the last word" in a meeting didn't just creep in in my ward).
But when looking for that communication on lds.org, I didn't find it. I thought it was a letter from the First Presidency, but I think I would have found that. I didn't find it in the handbook either. Did something like this get mentioned in a world-wide leadership training or the General Conference? Does anyone know what I am looking for, or does my memory fail me here?