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Begins 9:15 Sunday mornings. The curriculum will be a study entitled: "The God we can Know", by Rob Fuquay
Sept 11, 2016-5:00 PM
Hosts: Linda and Michael Plant: Appetizers and Rebecca & Clive Halder: Main Course & Desserts
The Halders will provide the meat for the main course. Those attending should bring an appetizer, a side dish, a dessert or wine. Sign up sheet in the Fellowship Hall.
The Borgstedte family wishes to thank everyone who made their 50th anniversary a special memory
The LitWits Book Club is a group of people from across Fayette County. Our next meeting will be on August 2, 2016 at 5:00. We are suggesting that we meet at Reba’s (in the back room) for book discussion and then stay on for dinner. Many of us were doing this after bookclub, so why not just start out there with your wine and cheese, etc. Get back to me with your thoughts and kick your “reading horse” into a gallop; Hamilton will take awhile to get through. Don’t forget to send me your book selections for the balance of the year.
. Any one interested in joining these lively discussions is welcome to attend.
The 89th Annual Fayette County Labor Day Fair Parade is in the making. This year's theme is "Hawaiian Paradise" Should be easy to do a float for that, the Easter Cross, a grass hut for shade, muu muus, grass skirts, beautiful plants and wonderful Presby's. The Float judging is at 9 AM on Sept 3rd with the parade (all adults on board for the judging) and starting at 10:15AM (all children on board by 10:10) The parade committee will assign number and location just before Labor Day so stay tuned for that info early on Sat. We had a great time last year. Let Bobbie or Juanita know if you're interested in helping decorate the float and/or riding on it.
Sunday Oct. 9 come celebrate the Blessing of the Quilts before they start their journey south. And just to make it more festive, it's time for the annual church picnic. Fried chicken an dbeferages provided. Please bring a salad, side dish or dessert. Right after church services.
AMEN food for the month of May is soup, pasta and canned meats....but we need everything so anything is appreciated!