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Blue Christmas Service
The Christmas season and Christmas can be a painful time for some. It may be the first Christmas without a loved one or the first Christmas after a significant change in a person’s life. The constant refrain on radio and television, and shopping malls and churches, about the happiness of the season, about getting together with family and friends, reminds many people of what they have lost or never had. The anguish of broken relationships, insecurity of unemployment, the weariness of ill health, the pain of isolation, all these can make us feel very alone in the midst of the celebration going on around us. We need the space and time to acknowledge our sadness and concern; we need to know that we are not alone.

For these reasons the Claybanks United Methodist Church is offering a special “Blue Christmas” service on Thursday night December 20th at 6:00 pm. This “Longest Night” service is meant to help us through the long dark nights of our soul and the winter of our discontent when memories of past experiences and the pain of present experiences can become overwhelming to us. We invite all to come and meditate on pain and anguish that we bring, to offer our pain to the Christ child in the prayer that we will find hope and comfort in knowing that we are not alone.

Charge Conference
The Charge Conference for Claybanks UMC will be at CUMC on Wednesday, November 28th at 7:00 pm. (SPRC will be meeting with the D.S. at 6:15) The meeting will be held with the new District Superintendent, Rev. Dr. Margie Crawford to discuss the business of our church. There is much work to do and we need input on decisions that will be made during this important meeting. The more voices we can have in attendance the better the church will be represented as a whole. Please try to do everything possible to attend and be a part of the business aspect of our church and to welcome our new D.S.

Nursery Schedule
12/2 – Doris Graham
12/9 – Edith Bogart
12/16 – Carol Adams
12/23 – Liz Grossman
12/30 – Kathy Ohman

Christmas Caroling
Get your singing voices warmed up, the Christmas Spirit in your heart, and your smile on. It’s time once again to take some Christmas Joy to the residents and staff of Heartland Manor in Whitehall. We will have a good old-fashioned caroling party complete with music books, a piano player, punch and cookies. We’ll be meeting at the Manor at 2:20 with the kickoff around 2:30. Please set the date aside and come help to let the residents know they’re not forgotten in all the hustle and bustle of the holidays. If you know of someone at the Manor that would benefit from joining us, please try to encourage them to come to the dining room and join the fun.

Christmas Eve Service
We will be gathering together for a meaningful candlelight worship service, music and fellowship on Christmas Eve at 6:00 pm in remembrance of that special night so long ago.

What’s Your Favorite Music?
Now that Megan has moved, the choosing of our hymns has fallen to the Worship Design Committee. We recognize the fact that a lot of people have had a hard time singing unfamiliar songs. So….with that in mind, we would like to ask you to make a list of your favorite hymns, so we can incorporate them into our Sunday services. Starting in January we will choose at least one hymn per week from the list and dedicate it to the person who requested it. This is not to say that we will never have a new song, but hopefully we’ll know more of them than in the past. Be sure to put your name on your list and turn it in to Pastor Gary or Konnie.

Christ
grew in Mary until
He had to come out.

Christ
will grow in you until
the same occurs.

He will come out in your speech,
in your actions, in your decisions.

Every place you live will be a
Bethlehem, and every day you
live will be a Christmas.

You, like Mary, will deliver
Christ into the world.

-Max Lucado

Our Next Big Mission Project
Claybanks Mission Committee would like to host Dr. Dick Kamps, Founder and President of the Board of Directors of Step Up in Muskegon, to come and speak about this very important endeavor of helping young adults achieve stability and empowerment in their lives through the group home created to assist women that have aged out of the foster care system in Muskegon County. We will welcome him in February 2019, but in the meantime, they are currently working on a house for young men in need, and following is some information to become familiar with the program and the current needs they are experiencing. Thank you for your time and consideration to support this awesome organization inspired by God, as they continue to build spiritual growth in our young people in Muskegon County. The following is taken from the Step Up Newsletter available to you on the back table in the Fellowship Hall.

“Hey my name is ____ and I’m thinking I might need some assistance. I’m 20 years old I aged out of the system has been homeless a bunch, couch hop. I just wanna get my life back in order. I’m embarrassed and ashamed. If yalls have a phone can you call me plz.”

Step Up
OUR VISION: The vision of Step Up is to equip and empower young adults in Muskegon County to be financially independent, to aspire to further their education, and to find fulfillment in their work as they develop healthy relationships with others and pursue a relationship with God.

OUR MISSION: The mission of Step Up is to provide Christ-centered mentoring, housing, educational guidance, life skills training, and a community with accountability for Muskegon County young adults ages 18-24, primarily for youth who have aged out of the foster care system.

OUR CORE VALUES: With wisdom requested from and given by God, we commit to the core values of compassion, integrity, and empowerment. These values are expressed in our relationships with each other and the community we serve.

We invite you to participate in the lives of these young people

A question often asked is, “What do you need?” There are many answers to that question. Most importantly, we board members, mentors, program coordinator and house managers need the wisdom that only God can give. Wisdom of how o best love and guide these young lives. Wisdom for how to best use the donations entrusted to us. Wisdom of how to deal with challenges that await us. In short, we ask for your prayers.

With that as our foundation, here is a list of things needed for the men’s house:

Financial support
Adopt a bedroom: single bed, dresser and bedding
Microwave – above stove
Dishwasher
Electric stove
2 bathroom vanities: 30-35 inches wide
Shower doors

Window blinds
Area rug for living room: 10-12 X 8-12
One wardrobe for a bedroom
Snowblower
Linens for kitchen and bathrooms
Television for living room
Security cameras
Computer, modem, router and printer

As Christmas approaches, the young women would love to receive gift cards to local grocery and clothing stores. They also would love gift cards to the Cinema Carousel.

Please contact Dick Kamps at 231-557-9411 or dlkamps@comcast.net if you are able to participate in any way.
Tax deductible donations for Step Up can be mailed to:

Community Foundation for Muskegon County
425 West Western Avenue, Suite 200
Muskegon, MI 49440
Please write Step Up Fund on the memo line of your check.

Our mailing address is:info@stepupmuskegon.org
Facebook: facebook.com/stepupmuskegon
P.O. Box 1626, Muskegon, MI 49443-1626
Our email address is:
info@stepupmuskegon.org
Facebook: facebook.com/stepupmuskegon

 

Announcements and Stuff

All Saints Day
Next Sunday, November 4th we will be honoring All Saints Day. If you have someone you would like recognized by naming and the lighting of a candle, please give their name to Konnie or Pastor Gary by November 1st.

Thinking about helping out as Liturgist?
Edie Bogart and Mechelle Schneider are going to hold a brief class after worship on November 4th in the sanctuary on how to be a liturgist. They will explain the nuances, have a hand out, and answer questions. Anyone interested in signing up as liturgist is welcome. Thanks!

Charge Conference
The Charge Conference for Claybanks UMC will be at CUMC on Wednesday, November 28th at 7:00 pm. (SPRC will be meeting at 6:15) The meeting will be held with the new District Superintendent, Rev. Dr. Margie Crawford to discuss the business of our church. There is much work to do and we need input on decisions that will be made during this important meeting. The more voices we can have in attendance the better the church will be represented as a whole. Please try to do everything possible to attend and be a part of the business aspect of our church and to welcome our new D.S.

Update on Deb
The last update on Deb was a positive one. Things are going well with her bone marrow transplant and she has been able keep her sense of humor. If you’d like to send her a card, she’s booked at the following address until November 3rd:
Deb Aebig’s address:
Residence Inn by Marriott
Debbie Aebig Room 303
201 E Walton Place
Chicago, IL 60611

Nursery Schedule
11/4 – Carol Adams
11/11 – Liz Grossman
11/18 – Kathy Ohman
11/25 – Joyce Twiss

Canvas and Giggles
The first Canvas and Giggles had a good turnout and the girls had a blast showing off their artistic talents (or the lack thereof.) Thank you to Diana Hicks, Edythe Bogart, and Reba Peterson for hosting the event.

Upcoming Mission Projects
Thanksgiving canned and boxed goods for the food pantry at Lebanon Lutheran Church now through Nov. 11th.Calendar for Worship and Adult Study
Fall 2018-Spring 2019
November 18 – December 9 Advent Study “Faithful-Christmas Through the Eyes Of Joseph”
Blue Christmas Thursday, December 20th at 7:00 pm
Christmas Eve Service Monday December 24 at 6:00 pm
Adult Bible Study January 13 – February 17 or 24 (Scripture yet to be determined)
Ash Wednesday Service March 6
Lenten Study March 3 (four to five sessions) ending on April 14 (Series possibilities: Living as United Methodist Christians, The Way, or Our Faith Promise)
Palm Sunday April 14 – “The Cultural World of The Prophets”
Holy Thursday April 18 – Combined service with Montague UMC
Good Friday April 19 – Service Remembrance, “At Noon on Friday”
Easter Sunday April 21
May 5 – June 2 or 9 Spring Bible Study (Scripture yet to be determined)
December 9th – Caroling and cookies at the nursing home in Whitehall (More info to come)

 

 

 

Announcements and Stuff

A Thank you from the Grumm/Aebig Family

We would like to thank everyone from the bottom of our hearts for the benefit luncheon for Debbie. We thank those who planned it, made food, served, cleaned up afterwards and all the donations. Claybanks United Methodist Church family is amazing in all that you can do. We are happy to be a part of this church. We also are very thankful for all your prayers for Debbie. God Bless you all.

UMW September Meeting

The UMW is happily anticipating the Fall and the Advent season! Yes, that happy and sometimes stressful time of year is rapidly approaching! Our next meeting in October will be a time of reflection on our past year’s activities.

Our treasurer reported on our finances and she will send this year’s annual donations to the five organizations we support.

For our old business, we talked about the new pew coverings and that they will be tightened by Alan of R-Custom Fabric. We also shared the joy over the completed Nigerian well project and that the check was presented to Father Peter during the September Ad Council meeting.

For new business, we started planning for the decorating of the church for Christmas. Of course, that also means…A PIZZA PARTY!!!!!! Yes, once again UMW ladies will eat pizza and then decorate the church in late November, the Thursday after Thanksgiving.

Remember we always welcome new members to our women’s committee, even this late in the year. New members can help decorate and eat pizza!

Nursery Schedule

10/7 – Kathy Ohman
10/14 – Joyce Twiss
10/21 – Doris Graham
10/28 – Edith Bogart

“Canvas and Giggles”

Save the date of Saturday, Oct 13th from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. Diane Hicks and Edith Brown are hosting a “canvas and brown bag lunch” for all who are interested. This should be lots of fun and best of all, there’s no talent needed, anyone is welcome! Please bring a jar to rinse brushes, spray bottle, and your own brushes if you have them as well as your own brown bag lunch. Canvas, paints and brushes will be provided. Cost will be $10. RSVP to Reba at 321-869-3373 or 616-901-7002.

Calendar for Worship and Adult Study Fall 2018-Spring 2019

Adult Bible Study –  September 9 – October 21 or 28 – Hebrews continuation from spring study
November 18 – December 9  – Advent Study “Faithful-Christmas Through the Eyes Of Joseph”
Blue Christmas – Thursday, December 20th at 7:00 pm
Christmas Eve Service  – Monday December 24 at 6:00 pm
Adult Bible Study  – January 13 – February 17 or 24 (Scripture yet to be determined)
Lenten Study  – March 3 (four to five sessions) ending on April 14 (Series possibilities: Living as United Methodist Christians, The Way, or Our Faith Promise)
Ash Wednesday Service  – March 6
Palm Sunday  – April 14 – “The Cultural World of The Prophets”
Holy Thursday  – April 18 – Combined service with Montague UMC
Good Friday  – April 19 – Service Remembrance, “At Noon on Friday”
Easter Sunday  – April 21
May 5 – June 2 or 9  – Spring Bible Study (Scripture yet to be determined)

Pastor Gary and Art Grumm presented Father Peter with a check for the well in Nigeria

Thank you to all who participated in the fund drives to purchase a well for the Nigerian people. The Claybanks United Methodist Church family banded together to make a huge project a doable project. We are a small church, but a caring, loving and generous church who, when they see a need in the world, is willing to help all they can. Thank you CUMC!!!!! Job well done!!!!

Upcoming Mission Projects

October 14th – Serve this year’s last Family Promise Dinner
October 21st – Spaghetti Dinner fund raiser for Muskegon Rescue Mission
October 28th – Begin collecting Thanksgiving canned and boxed goods for the food pantry at Lebanon Lutheran Church – until Nov.12th.
December 9th – Caroling and cookies at the nursing home in Whitehall

 

 

Announcements and Stuff

“Canvas and Giggles”
Save the date of Saturday, Oct 13th from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. Diane Hicks and Edith Brown are hosting a “canvas and brown bag lunch” for all who are interested. This should be lots of fun and best of all, there’s no talent needed, anyone is welcome! Please bring a jar to rinse brushes, spray bottle, and your own brushes if you have them as well as your own brown bag lunch. Canvas, paints and brushes will be provided. Cost will be $10. RSVP to Reba at 321-869-3373 or 616-901-7002.

Fall Adult Sunday School
Adult Sunday School will begin on Sunday September 9th at 9:30 am with our youth as they return to Christian Study. Our Adult Class will pick up where we left off late last spring in Hebrews. We will begin by reviewing Chapter 8 and continuing through chapter 9. Class will run for about six weeks. We will take a short break and then begin an Advent Series: Faithful – Christmas Through the Eyes of Joseph. This study is the newest study developed by Adam Hamilton for our 2018 Advent Season and includes outside reading, a short DVD presentation each week with class discussion. All are welcome to participate in both studies as they are available.

Youth Sunday School Beginning
Mechelle Schneider has graciously agreed to fulfill the position of Superintendent of Children’s Education. She will also be teaching the upper elementary/high school children while Karissa Pease will continue to teach the elementary children. Sunday School will begin on September 9th at 9:45 am with song time with Megan followed by classroom studies starting at 10 am. If you know of a child not already affiliated with a church, please invite them to join in the fun. CUMC would love to plant as many seeds in as many children as possible. After the seeds are planted, God will nourish them in His time.

Calendar for Worship and Adult Study
Fall 2018-Spring 2019
Sunday School Begins September 9 for Youth and Adults
Adult Bible Study September 9 – October 21 or 28 – Hebrews continuation from spring study
November 18 – December 9 Advent Study “Faithful-Christmas Through the Eyes Of Joseph”
Blue Christmas December 16
Christmas Eve Service Monday December 24
Adult Bible Study January 13 – February 17 or 24 (Scripture yet to be determined)
Ash Wednesday Service March 6
Lenten Study March 3 (four to five sessions) ending on April 14 (Series possibilities: Living as United Methodist Christians, The Way, or Our Faith Promise)
Palm Sunday April 14 – “The Cultural World of The Prophets”
Holy Thursday April 18 – Combined service with Montague UMC
Good Friday April 19 – Service Remembrance, “At Noon on Friday”
Easter Sunday April 21
May 5 – June 2 or 9 Spring Bible Study (Scripture yet to be determined)

Mark Your Calendars!
The New Era Christian School Fundraising Auction will be Saturday, October 20! Get ready to bid on great items and services donated by area business and supporters as you enjoy an evening of fellowship, food and fun! As part of this year’s auction theme, NECS Art Prize, art work done by students will be on displayed and up for bid! The silent auction is from 5:00-6:15 p.m. with the live auction starting at 6:30 p.m. Dinner will be available from 5:00-7:00 p.m. All proceeds directly benefit New Era Christian School. If you have questions or would like to make a donation, please contact event chairs Val Vincent at (Vincentdvj@gmail.com or 231-329-2292) or Katie Bultema (231-206-0018). You can also obtain information through the school office at 861-5450.

Nursery Schedule
9/2 – Kathy Ohman
9/9 – Joyce Twiss
9/16 – Doris Graham
9/23 – Edith Bogart
9/30 – Carol Adams

Announcements and Stuff

Thank You So Much
Reba and I want to thank all who attended our gathering, sent cards and extended well wishes recently as we celebrated our 50th Wedding Anniversary. We truly have felt the love of family and friends and have been greatly blessed. Thank you for your love!
Pastor Gary and Reba

I want to thank you for the very generous gift for Secretary’s Day. It is always a blessing but completely unnecessary because I benefit in many ways personally from my job without any payment needed. I humbly thank you for allowing me to be of service to my church and ultimately to God.
Konnie

Nursery Schedule
8/5 – Joyce Twiss
8/12 – Doris Graham
8/19 – Edith Bogart
8/26 – Carol Adams

76th Annual Strawberry Social
Come one, come all! Bring yourself or the whole family! It’s the time of the summer for strawberry shortcake and ice cream if you choose. And where can you get a generous portion of this plus great fellowship? Well, at the Claybanks United Methodist Church on August 10th from 5 pm till 7 pm. What better opportunity for this community to gather in friendship than over this sweet treat!

Mark your Calendars
It’s been a fun and busy summer, but now it’s getting close to the time of year to settle down and get back to the basics. The 2018-19 Sunday School year will begin on September 9th with class beginning at 9:30 am for the adults and 9:45 am for the kids. There’s a class for everyone no matter your age. All are welcome. More information regarding the new superintendent and the teachers will be coming in the September newsletter.

Voices Eight Visiting
Voices Eight, the vocal group Larry Lindquist leads, will be joining us for worship on August 12th. They will be singing 3 songs during our service, one of which was requested last time they visited. A goodwill offering will be taken to help them cover the cost of music, travel, and any other expenses they incur while traveling to and from their engagements. Let’s dig deep to show them our appreciation.

Kids Camp Fund
It is a beautiful thing to help send kids to a summer camp. We’ve heard if from their mouths, they love the songs, the worship, the games, the friends, etc. This year we sent 8 kids to spend anywhere from 3-5 days. They had a blast. They helped with a pancake breakfast fund raiser to help with the cost, but we find that our camp fund is in the red by $372.75. If anyone feels God tug on your heart to help defray some of that cost, it would be appreciated. You can mark it as camp fund and place it in the offering. If need be, we will have another fund raiser to help with this arrearage and get us in the black to start next year. In no way do we want to tell a child he can’t go to camp next year because of the lack of money.
Thank You!!!

Nigerian Well Update
Eight months ago, the Missions Committee asked the Ad Board for permission to raise $5,500 to obtain a well in Nigeria to provide safe water for the Nigerian people. It was a huge undertaking for such a small church, but the committee felt it was an important mission. It is a great privilege to announce that CUMC has met that goal!!!! Hundreds of Nigerian people will now be able to get safe drinking water right in their village rather than walk miles and miles to obtain dirty, contaminated water. Good job CUMC!!!!

Up Coming Events
Because we have already met out goal for the Nigerian Well Project, we will begin to wind down on the fundraising activities. We will close out the pop can drive, the used book sale, and the various items on the table for sale on August 12th. We will continue with the plans for the brats on the grill and a spaghetti dinner in celebration of a job well done.

August 10th – 76th Annual Strawberry Social (Sponsored by UMW) (Not for Nigerian Well Project)
Now until August 12th
Pop can Drive
Used book sale
Various items on table for sale
August 19th – Brats on the Grill
September – Spaghetti Dinner

 

Announcements and Stuff

50th Wedding Anniversary Open House
Fun- Food-Beach-Family-Friends

Come join Reba and Gary Peterson as they celebrate their 50th Wedding Anniversary at the beach with family and friends! They will have an Open House on Sunday July 15th from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm at Summit Park.

Summit Park Location: 5581 S. Lakeshore Drive, Ludington Michigan. The park is located between Pentwater/Bass Lake and Ludington.  RSVP (231-869-3373) – No gifts please. You will bless us greatly by joining us!

The Royal Ringers Handbell Choir of Shelby Congregational United Church of Christ will present a concert for the lakeshore community at 4:00 p.m. in the church sanctuary, Sunday, August 5, 2018.  This is an intergenerational, ecumenical choir that meets once a week for rehearsal and plays for worship monthly. The concert will highlight both handbells and choirchimes in arrangements of new and familiar hymns, newly composed anthems and some congregational singing. There will be a freewill offering to a local charity.

68th Annual St. Joseph and St. Vincent Ox Roast & Homecoming  Sunday, July 8, 2018 11:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.  Dine-In or Take-Out   Adults: $12.00 Kids (5-12): $5.00 Kids under 5: Free 2349 W. Jackson Rd. Hart, MI 49420 (From US-31 – Take the Pentwater – Monroe Rd. Exit (154), turn right (from the south) or left (from the north), go 2 miles East on Monroe Rd. then turn right onto 88th Avenue, then go 1 mile to our church and Faith Formation Center.   Some-thing for everyone! Raffles, Door Prizes, Bingo, Kid’s Games, Baked Goods, Crafts, White Elephant Sale, Silent Auction, Tours of beautiful St. Joseph’s Church built in 1909, Puddle Jumpers Car Club, and NEW this Year… Blessing of the Tractors!

Boundaries Class:  Offered through the Love INC reNEW program, an 8-week Boundaries Class will start Wednesday, July 11th at New Era Reformed Church. “When to say yes, how to say no” – this class will show you how to bring health and happiness to your relationships.  Boundaries is open for anyone to attend.  Classes meet weekly and begin with dinner at 5:30pm.  Call the Love INC office to sign-up: 231-861-5619

Thank You to the Many Church Groups that Have Provided Meals for reNEW! (CUMC is one of those churches!)

We Love Our Volunteers: Do you have a little extra time this summer? Are you looking for a meaningful way to serve?  Do you enjoy hanging out with others who love Jesus and enjoy helping people?  Then we have the place for you! Whether in the Donation Ministry, the Help Center, the reNEW Program, or individual acts of service, Love INC volunteers are sharing the Love of Christ in practical and helpful ways.  Contact Beth at 231-861-5619 to find out how you can get involved or visit www.loveincoceana.org and click on the “Volunteer” tab.

Nigerian Well Update
We’re getting really close!  Our current balance is $4,518.35.  That means we only have $981.65 left to raise before we will be fulfilling our goal of raising $5,500 for a well in Nigeria.  More importantly, we only have $981.65 to raise before we can bless a community in Nigeria that struggles daily to obtain safe drinking water.  We still have items for sale on the table, we’re still collecting pop cans, we still have a used book sale going on, we continue having monthly luncheons, and of course, you can always donate money by marking it and placing it in the collection plate.   God has blessed us in so many ways, lets pass the blessing on to others and purchase this well ASAP!

Up Coming Fundraising Events

  • Now until September 30th
    • Pop can Drive
    • Used book sale
    • Various items on table for sale
  • July 15th – Ice Cream Sundae Bar
  • August 10th – 76th Annual Strawberry Social (Sponsored by UMW) (Not for Nigerian Well Project)
  • August 19th – Brats on the Grill

Mark your Calendars!
The 76th Annual Strawberry Social/Bake Sale is slated for August 10th from 5:00 – 7:00 PM.  Come enjoy some shortcake and fellowship while at the same time supporting our UMW in their only fundraising event of the year.

Nursery Schedule
7/1 – Joyce Twiss
7/8 – Doris Graham
7/15 – Edith Bogart
7/22 – Carol Adams
7/29- Kathy Ohman

And God promised men that good and obedient wives would be found in all corners of the world.  Then He made the earth round…and laughed and laughed and laughed…

 

Announcements and Stuff

Thank You

Dear Claybanks Friends,

I wanted to thank you all so much for your support with the Oceana Shores Clean-Up Day.  The day consisted of a great sense of community.  We had 4 dumpsters at the park and one trailer.  These were pretty much filled by 11:00.  We ended up calling and getting 2 more dumpsters.  Folks were lined up with items waiting.

People from the park brought to the cook out hamburgers, chips and pop to add to the meal.  It was a wonderful group effort.  Folks from the community pitched in cooking, cleaning and visiting.  It was a fun day filled with building relationships and cleaning up.

Without your support this day would not have been possible.  Special thanks to all who made cookies, sat at a dumpster, helped with the cook-out and so much more.

Yours in Christ
Kathy Ohman

Pancake Breakfast

Thank you all for your generous donations to support our kids to go to camp.  The pancake breakfast was a huge success again, raising $514 this year.  Camp has been such a wonderful experience allowing the kids to engage in Christian fellowship and grow in the Lord.  They too appreciate all of your support.  😊

Teen Challenge

$476 was collected and donated to Teen Challenge while they were visiting recently.  Thank you to everyone for digging deep in your pockets for this very worthy cause.  A letter of appreciation from them is on our bulletin board.  

Nigerian Well Project

We’re getting there, folks.  Our balance as of May 20th is $4,301.  That means we only have $1,199 left to raisebefore we will be giving many, many Nigerian people safe, nearby water for drinking.  We still have items for sale on the table, we’re still collecting pop cans, we still have a book sale going on, we will continue having monthly luncheons until we reach our goal, and of course, you can always donate money by marking it and placing it in the collection plate.  Keep up the good work!

Up Coming Fundraising Events

Now until September 30th
**POP Can Drive
**Used Book Sale
**Various items on table for sale
June 10 – Salad Bar Luncheon
July 15th – Ice Cream Sundae Bar
August – 76th Annual Strawberry Social (Sponsored by UMW)

Nursery Schedule

6/3 – Liz Grossman
6/10 -Edith Bogart
6/17 – Carol Adams
6/24 – Kathy Ohman