Saturday, July 5, 2014

SEVEN BAYS, WA - HOME FOR SALE - OPEN HOUSE THIS WEEKEND

Hello -  this a post from your blogmaster DeeAnne.  :o)  Thank you Pastor Ed for allowing me to put this on the blog.



An elderly couple who had lived in Seven Bays, WA, for many years recently, due to health reasons, had to move to Spokane to be near family.  They are now my next door neighbors.  They have been trying to sell their Seven Bays home for a while now.  

They happened to mention their realtor was having an open house on Saturday July 5.  I asked them if I could put out some information about that in case someone in the area might be interested--or know someone else who might be interested--in a home in that area.  

DESCRIPTION:  1993 manufactured home (made by Valley Quality Homes) with 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths, 1352 sq ft built on top of a full daylight basement.  Lower level has 2-car garage (about 450 sq ft) and large unfinished room (about 900 sq ft) with separate outside entrance to complete as you would like and could be used as a totally separate living area.  All appliances stay.  Has central air conditioning.  It has a wrap-around deck, sprinkler system, nice small fenced yard, fruit trees and garden area.  The lot has water, power, phone and sewer.  There is a homeowners association that costs $885.00 per year which includes water, sewer, community center and swimming pool, plus marina/boat launch, Seven Bays air strip.  There is also RV parking on the lot with its own water, power, sewage for you or your guests!  

OPEN HOUSE:  
Saturday July 5 - 9 am to 4 pm (refreshments)



Address:
1327 Pike Square, Seven Bays, WA  

MLS #201323070

Asking price $149,950  









DIRECTIONS FROM CEDONIA CHURCH (29 miles, 40 min):
Depart highway 25 toward Cedonia Rd
23.9 miles:  Bear right onto Miles Creston Rd N
2.8 miles:  Turn right onto Deer Meadows Road East
0.3 miles:  Turn left onto Sunday Bay Road North
385 ft:  Turn left toward Marina Drive
1.3 miles:  Bear right onto Marina Drive
0.1 miles:  Turn left to stay on Marina Drive
0.2 miles:  Keep straight onto road
0.3 miles: Turn right toward Park Avenue
0.2 miles:  Turn right onto Park Avenue
290 ft:  Turn left and then bear right onto Pike Square
216 ft:  Arrive at 1327 Pike Square
(the last intersection is Rainbow St.  If you reach Seven Bays Road East you’ve gone too far) 

_____________________________________________
Realtor:  John Sloan with Coldwell Banker Tomlinson
Phone:  509-721-1160. 
Email:  johnsloan51@gmail.com  
Web site:  http://www.rooseveltdirt.com
_____________________________________________







Friday, July 4, 2014

AS WE CELEBRATE AMERICA'S INDEPENDENCE DAY...



AMERICA!

Have a fun and safe Fourth of July celebration
 with family and friends. 

Sunday, June 29, 2014

SUNDAY JUNE 29, 2014: Communion

Welcome on this last Sunday of June.  



Today 
we will be 
sharing in communion.  





Today’s After Church Fellowship is hosted by Joyce and next Sunday, Yvonne will head up the time of fellowship.  

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Julie has Children’s Church today.

Saturday, June 28, 2014

NEW MINISTRY NEEDS VOLUNTEERS

Dee has volunteered (THANK YOU DEE) to help with a ministry to send a card of appreciation to those who attend a Sunday service as a visitor.  

We are looking for 1 to 3 more volunteers to assist her (and Harold and Fred) in greeting people as they come into the church…acquiring addresses etc. and directing them to the coat rack, rest rooms, nursery…etc.  

Please see Dee if you are interested or have any questions.

Thursday, June 26, 2014

LIBRARY NEWS: BOOKS 2014



If you can not find a book you want, it may be checked out.
See NevaJean and she will put a hold on it for you.



Message from our Librarian NevaJean:  "Recently there was a question on how to find a non-fiction book when only the author is known and not the title or subject. Answer: Look in the white notebook labeled LIBRARY CATALOG laying in its side on a non-fiction shelf. The catalog lists all the non-fiction authors (last name first- ABC order) and the Book Titles and the subject where they are shelved. There are separate tabs for lists of fiction and children’s books etc.”

Check out the "Featured Library Item of the Week" placard
(thank you NevaJean). Also in this area of the library you will find a new “Outreach Ministries” display. Thank you so much Jenni and Wilma for the beautiful job you did on this important aspect of CCC. On the counter to the right of the display, you will find current newsletters of the various outreach ministries of the church.


Note: For a full list of previously reviewed books
 in 2011, 2012 and 2013,
see "pages pages pages"
on the upper right of the blog for that year's books
 alphabetized by author name.


BOOKS 2014 BOOKS 2014 BOOKS 2014


 Some reference books have been added to our library: Halley’s Bible Handbook, The Bible Almanac, Family Encyclopedia of the Bible, Great People of the Bible and How They Lived, Jesus and His Times, Today’s Dictionary of the Bible, Then Sings My Soul, Meet the Bible, Webster’s Dictionary and even a Bible or two. You will find these items on the bottom shelf on the non-fiction side of the library. “The Bible is the most priceless possession of the human race.”


QUESTION:  WHAT ABOUT CHECKING OUT THE
FEATURED ITEM OF THE WEEK?
A question recently came up as to whether it is OK to check out the book(s) that happen to be the Featured Library Item of the Week and the answer is a definite yes!  Feel free to take it on that very Sunday.  Thank you to all of our library users for your dedication to the wonderful world of reading!


~ ATTENTION PARENTS OF PRIMARY READERS ~
Primary readers can choose from 35 soft-cover Arch book selections located in the green bucket on the bottom shelf in the Children’s Section of the library.  Practice reading the familiar Bible Stories or enjoy sharing the colorful pictures with a younger brother or sister and tell them the story. GRANDPARENTS…check these books out and have them on hand when the grandkids  (and great-grand kids) come for a visit.  

~ NEWEST REVIEW ~

“Against the backdrop of the glittering ballrooms, gritty factories and quiet parlors of Regency England comes a man’s remarkable journey of love and faith.”  Read Ruth Axtell Morren’s Winter Is Past  (fiction)… our featured Library Item of the Week.  Also remember to check out the “light fiction” in the basket for enjoyable summer reading.

  ~ READERS OF THE YEAR ~ 
From Neva Jean...  "Our Readers of the Year are Yvonne Gower and Don Dale who averaged over a book a week…Wow!  In 2013 there were 288 items checked out compared to 179 in 2013.  If you had a favorite book you read last year, please tell us about it to recommend it for others.  Keep reading!!"   

From the “church family readers”…thanks so much NevaJean for all the work you put into the library.



LIST ALPHABETIZED BY AUTHOR


Bailey, Ney  (Faith Is Not A Feeling)
In 1976 the Big Thompson River flood in Colorado took 150 lives, including those of seven women on staff with Campus Crusade for Christ International.  Deeply grieved by the loss, survivor Ney Bailey embraced a journey of faith that led her to a life-changing truth: No matter how things look and no matter how we feel, God is in control.  Found in Life Skills/Christian Living.

Barton, Janet L. (New Mexico)
Dream with this Christian romance.  Found in Christian Fiction. 

Barton, Janet L. (New Mexico Weddings)
Another from author Janet Barton.  Found in Christian Fiction.

Blosser, Don; Dailey, Timothy J; Peterson, Randy; Green, Dietrich:  (Jesus, His Life and Times)
This beautiful book has been added to the Reference Section and is placed on the narrow shelf above the other reference materials. Don Blosser, PhD, Timothy J Dailey, PhD, Randy Peterson, and Dietrich Green have all contributed to this balanced, non-technical, well-illustrated volume.  Check out this book, enjoy the pictures and paintings and deepened your understanding of who Jesus is.  Thank you Judy for donating this great book to our library.  Found in Reference section.

Boeshaar, Andres (Wisconsin Weddings)
Christian romance.  Found in Christian Fiction.

Bradford, M.E.  (A Worthy Company) 
This book has been placed on the REFERENCE shelf.  Bradford’s extensive research gives biographical sketches on the lives of the Framers of the Constitution who were present in Philadelphia during some part of the Great Convention (fifty of the fifty-five framers were Christian).  This is a “heavy” study book portraying the ideals of our constitution.  This book can be checked out even though it is in Reference.

Brokaw, Tom (The Greatest Generation Speaks [large print])
Tom wrote The Greatest Generation about the men and women who came out of the depression, who won great victories and made lasting sacrifices in World War II and then returned home to begin building a better world.  Brokaw writes “I felt this tribute was long overdue but I was not prepared for the avalanche of letters and responses touched off by the book.”  The Greatest Generation Speaks (large print) contains these letters and reflections in response to Brokaw’s first book.  Found in Biography and Inspiring Stories.

Camden, Elizabeth (The Lady of Bolton Hill)
This appears to be a Victorian Romance…but there’s definitely more to the story.  Found in Fiction.

 Collins, Ace  (Farraday Road
“A quiet evening ends in murder on a muddy mountain road.”  Master storyteller Ace Collins writes Farraday Road, a Lije Evans mystery. Found in Christian Fiction Suspense. 

Collins, Ace (Swope's Ridge)
“Could a sleepy hillside in Arkansas be the axis of international terror?”  Read Collins second Lije Evans mystery Swope’s Ridge. Found in Christian Fiction Suspense.   

Cox, Carol (Arizona Brides)
Christian romance.  Found in Christian Fiction. 

Devine, Hickey, Leach and Peck (Threads of Love)
Christian romance.  Found in Christian Fiction
.
Gire, Ken (The Weathering Grace of God)
“Upheavals come suddenly, unexpectedly, and often catastrophically.  Whenever they come, however they come, they forever alter the settled terrain that once was our life…In time, God turns the most terrifying of eruptions into the most majestic of mountains, the most tragic of earthquakes into the most idyllic of landscapes.  That is the unrelenting work of heaven, to make everything beautiful in its time.”  This is a great little book of comfort. 

Hunter, Denise (Kansas Bride)
Christian romance.  Found in Christian Fiction.

Martinez, Jan  (Christ Kitchen, Loving Women Out Of Poverty)
Have you ever had Blessed Bean Soup, Blue Corn Bread of Life, or Chariots of Chile from Christ Kitchen in Spokane?  Meet author Jan Martinez who has a Masters Degree in Public Health and Counseling who wrote the book.  Martinez founded Christ Kitchen to offer mob training, Bible Study, and support for low-income women.  Martinez has skillfully woven the Bible Story of the Samaritan woman at the well with real life stories of today’s women of poverty who are bruised, mangled, and misused seeking a better life.  This autographed copy is a must read for all women to equip and share God’s message with other women in need.   Found in The Evangelism section of the library.

Mills,  DiAnn (Texas Charm)
Christian romance.  Found in Christian Fiction 

Neale, Michael (The River)
This first time author spins a beautiful story about a ribbon of white frothy water carving its way through steep canyons high in the Colorado Rockies.  Catch the subtle clues between experiencing the river and living a life of freedom and adventure with Christ as a guide.

Noble, Diane (The Veil)
“In 1857 Utah, the members of one secluded religious group claim to want nothing more than to practice their beliefs without persecution.  Yet among them are many who engage in secret vows and brutal acts of atonement…all in the name of God.”  That veil is about to be drawn aside.  

Peterson, Tracie  (Yukon Quest Series:Treasures of the North, Ashes and Ice, and Rivers of Gold) 
“Dreams of gold and the promise of a new tomorrow beckon to the Land of the Midnight Sun”  (Book 1)  “The journey would test their strength and their will to persevere.”  (Book 2)  “The land was bursting with promise for those who could survive its challenges.” (Book 3)  This historical fiction writer  gives readers a firsthand look into the lives of gold seekers in this series. 

Starns-Clark, Mindy (Whispers of the Bayou)
This is a great suspense novel… easy to read in a couple of days.  The author writes about buried secrets, priceless treasure, and unknown enemies in combination with an ancient myth…or is it real?  NevaJean stated…“ I couldn’t put the book down!”  

Vredevelt, Pam (Empty Arms)
Dealing with death is always a painful, difficult, and slow process.  But even in the midst of grief, joy can be found and grace is present.  Two books have been added to the “Grief and Hope of Heaven” shelf in non-fiction. Pam's book is hope and support for those who have suffered a miscarriage, stillbirth or tubal pregnancy.

Wilkinson, Bruce  (The Dream Giver)
Are you living your dream…or just living your life?  Welcome to a little story about a very big idea.  This compelling modern day parable tells the story of Ordinary, who dares to leave the Land of Familiar to pursue his Big Dream.  Read Bruce Wilkinson’s The Dream Giver and begin your journey.  Found in the non-fiction Life Skills, Christian Living section.

Ziglar, Zig  (Confessions Of A Grieving Christian)
Dealing with death is always a painful, difficult, and slow process.  But even in the midst of grief, joy can be found and grace is present.  Two books have been added to the “Grief and Hope of Heaven” shelf in non-fiction.  Zig Ziglar's is his experience of the loss of his daughter.




Wednesday, June 25, 2014

CATCH-ALL TABLE AND OTHER LEFT-BEHIND ITEMS

                                 


 There are items on the “Catch All” table for Hilda, Susan, Neva Jean and Diane.  








  




Sunday, June 22, 2014

SUNDAY JUNE 22, 2014

If you were not here last Sunday and you are a 25+year-old male…you missed out on Fathers Day gifts from the pastor…you will find your “mug and a hug” on the foyer table.  

Today’s After Church Fellowship is hosted by Diane and next Sunday our host will be Joyce.

Saturday, June 21, 2014

REPORT ON LATEST LITTER PICKUP

A very sincere word of appreciation goes out to Ron, Jan, Jim, and Donna for joining with Dee and Ed D. to pick litter in the rain this past Tuesday. 

For those who have never picked or have not for some time…you are missing out on a lot of fun…good fellowship and great exercise…plus you have a chance to find such great things as a ten dollar bill like Jim R. did (which he quickly put into the church offering plate) and you get to enjoy a great time of fellowship afterwards with apple fritters and juice provided by Dee and lemon tea by Jan…plus the pastor had the coffee pot on.  

Only two times left for 2014...August and October.  Don’t miss out…watch for the next notice!

Friday, June 20, 2014

BRIGHTER SIDE OF 50

Thank you Ron, Jan, Dave, and Shari for all of your recent donations of candy and prizes for use at the Brighter Side of 50. 

Re: the Brighter Side…please bare with pastor as he determines the next date for this great event…our usual time of this coming Friday will find Ed and Julie heading to Winthrop for Wayne and Allison’s wedding rehearsal.  
Tuesday, June 17, 2014

JUNE 17, 2014: LITTER PICKUP DAY

Dee is looking for a litter crew to join forces to pick litter for the church section of Hwy. 25, this Tuesday, the 17th, at 8:30 am. 

 Refreshments to follow.  Please let her (or pastor) know if you can help out.

Sunday, June 15, 2014

SUNDAY JUNE 15, 2014: Father's Day

Welcome on this Fathers Day and Flag Day weekend Sunday!  To all men 25 years of age and older…you will find a treat in honor of all fathers on the cart in the foyer at the end of the service.  

Also…the end of the service today will be very special as we all have a unique opportunity to “be involved” with the Spirit of America Memorial.  


With Flag day upon us and the 4th of July just around the corner…check out the patriotic bulletin board in the library….thanks a lot Susan!






Julie has Children’s Church today.




Our host for After Church Fellowship will be Marlene.  Next Sunday… Diane will be in heading up this ministry.  
Saturday, June 14, 2014

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Sunday School teacher for the summer weeks

NOTICE: 

We are in need of a Sunday School teacher for 12 weeks this summer.  This would be for our primary class and if you would even be willing to take ONE Sunday that would be GREAT!  

Please let pastor know soon if you can help in this area.   Thank you Sonya for volunteering to take 5 or so Sundays.  We are hoping for two to three more volunteers to take the remaining Sundays. 

Sunday, June 8, 2014

SUNDAY, JUNE 8, 2014: Followup on Teen Challenge

Thank you to all who participated in the service and dinner last Sunday!!  The latest count showed a very generous gift of $500 was collected for Teen Challenge.  

And….what a tremendous potluck!!  Thank you to all who made extra and to those who made special dishes along with the regular fare.  Brent (who was the main speaker) said the guys could not stop talking about the dinner on the way home and that it was one of the best potlucks they had gone to….(and they go to a lot!!)  

He also expressed appreciation for the warm welcome and friendliness from all of you! 

Thank you, as well, to all who helped with cleanup. 

Today, our own Ed King, an TC alumni, will be sharing a follow-up to last Sunday’s visit.  

There will be Children’s Church today and as well as After Church Fellowship to be hosted by Amber.  

Saturday, June 7, 2014

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Join the next litter crew


Dee is looking for a litter crew to join forces on the 17th of June at 8:30 am.  Refreshments to follow.  Please let her (or pastor) know if you can help out.

Friday, June 6, 2014

2014 WORDS OF APPRECIATION TO OUR CHURCH FAMILY

June 8, 2014

Thank you Fred for the additional plumbing work you did this past week as well as all the spraying you recently did along the church roads etc.  

Thank you Loretta Dashiell for picking out and planting the flowers at the church sign.  

Thank you Dee for the recent gift of the punch dispenser and for the great meal you made for the last Brighter Side of 50.  

Thank you Betty and Julie P. for helping pastor pick up flags as well as your time in “tidying up” the cemetery.

Thank you to those who supported Baccalaureate last Wednesday and special words of thanks to those who brought cookies.  

June 1, 2014

Thank you Fred for all the plumbing work you did in the pump house repairing broken fittings etc.  

Thank you Harold, Jen, Loretta, and Mike for your time this past Thursday in meeting with the AV specialist to go over proposed changes to our sound and video system.

May 25, 2014
Thank you Betty and Jim H. for helping pastor this past week place Veterans Flags in the cemetery

Thank you Fred for recently servicing both lawn mowers.  

Thanks Bud and Donna for placing the flags on the cemetery fence.

April 27, 2014
To the church family from pastor…….Sincere words of appreciation go out to all of you for your tremendous support of the Annual Easter Breakfast, Sunday Worship service, and the Easter Egg hunt.  It was a great day!!! 

Thank you to the M & M Mowing team…Mike (D.) and Mel for agreeing to once again be the church mowers.  Your efforts and time are greatly appreciated!

We had our biggest turn out ever for The Brighter Side of 50 (31 participants).  Thank you to all who came and a special thank you to Dee, Gail, and Donna!!  What a meal!!  To all who helped with clean up……bless you!!  

April 13, 2014
Thank you so much to all who assisted with Iver Burke's Memorial service as well as the dinner.  To all who brought food, it was very much appreciated. 

A sincere word of appreciation to Dee for heading the first litter pick up of 2014 and to her crew...Ron, Jan, Jim H., Dave L., and Gail.  May you be blessed for your time and labor. 

March 16, 2014
Thank you Betty, Julie P., and Doris for your recent donation of plastic eggs.  Some were used for the Youth Group “Lock In” and the rest will be used for our annual Easter Egg Hunt on the 20th. Anyone who would like to donate eggs (with or without candy) are more than welcome to do so.  Your help in this area is much appreciated!!

March 9, 2014
Thank you Mike S. for again plowing out the road and parking lot this past week.   It is hard to believe how snowy it was just a few days ago!

March 2, 2014
Thank you, Mike S., for plowing out the road and parking lot this past week. 

February 23, 2014
Words of thanks go out to Harold for picking up and placing the new driveway “markers” at the entrance to the church grounds. They will especially help on those dark, foggy nights.

Thank you to each of you who helped with opening and closing the building last Sunday as well as getting the coffee ready, turning the lights on  etc.   Thank you as well to all who supported the Gideon ministry with your gifts.

February 16, 2014
Thank you to all who stayed for the potluck last Sunday, brought the delicious dishes and spent some time with our guests from Korea.  A BIG thank you to the clean up crew for the great job you did!  

February 9, 2014
Thank you very much Dave L. for recently plowing the church lot and driveways!

January 26, 2014
A big THANK YOU to all who came to the Brighter Side of 50. Thanks so much Dee for the delicious meal and for your assistance as well Susan.  And…a sincere word of appreciation to all who helped with clean up.  It was a fun afternoon!

January 19, 2014
Thank you Harold and Darlene for the shopping you did for the church this past week.




Sunday, June 1, 2014

SUNDAY, June 1, 2014: Teen Challenge here today


Welcome on this first Sunday of June.  A special welcome to our guests from Teen Challenge!  We appreciate the opportunity to hear from you this morning.  We will be taking a special offering during the regular time of tithes and offerings.  Please fold bills or checks “lengthwise” to indicate that your gift is for Teen Challenge. 

Potluck will take place following the morning service. Clean up crew will be the Horlachers, Walshes, and hopefully someone to take the Goodwins place. 

There will be NO Children’s Church today.
  
Thank you Darlene for hosting last Sunday’s After Church Fellowship.  

Sunday, May 25, 2014

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014: Memorial Day Weekend


Welcome to our fellowship this Memorial Day Weekend.  

Michele has Children’s Church today.  

Thank you Donna (and Jim) for hosting last Sunday’s After Church Fellowship.  Today’s host will be Darlene.  

Saturday, May 24, 2014

UPCOMING SPECIAL EVENT: TEEN CHALLENGE HERE ON JUNE 1

Sunday June 1 we will be hosting Teen Challenge from Airway Heights.  Since we will have extra guests and most of them will be hungry young men…it would be great if you could make a little extra for this dinner.  Clean up crew will be the Horlachers, Walshes, and hopefully someone to take the Goodwins place.  The group from TC will be sharing during the morning service and a special offering will be taken for them as well. 



Friday, May 23, 2014

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHER FOR THE SUMMER

NOTICENOTICE
NOTICE 

We are in need of a Sunday School Teacher for 12 weeks this summer.  This would be for our primary class and if you would even be willing to take ONE Sunday that would be GREAT!  Please let pastor know soon if you can help in this area.  

Thursday, May 22, 2014

UPCOMING WEDDING SHOWER JUNE 14

The ladies of the church are invited to a wedding shower for 

Allison Nieuwenhuis 
(Wayne Cornwall’s fiancĂ©e) 

to be held at 
Loretta Dutra’s house
3921 Harvey Creek Road 
on June 14 from 12 to 3 pm
  
Please RSVP at 722-4183

Sunday, May 18, 2014

SUNDAY, MAY 18, 2014


Welcome to our fellowship this morning.  

Marlene has Children’s Church today.  

Thank you Jan H. for hosting last Sunday’s After Church Fellowship.  

Today’s host will be Donna R. and next Sunday Darlene will take on the role.  

Sunday, May 11, 2014

SUNDAY, May 11, 2014: Mother's Day

If you are visiting today…welcome to Cedonia AND Happy Mother’s Day to our moms.  There is a present from pastor and Julie for each lady (25 years old plus and whether a mom or not) on the foyer table. 

Today’s After Church Fellowship treats are being provided for us by Donna R.  Next week’s host will be Jan H.  

Children’s Church will take place today with Marlene leading the group.

Sunday, April 27, 2014

BRIGHT SUNDAY: April 27, 2014 -- and adopt-a-lily day!



Good morning to each of you on this “BRIGHT SUNDAY.”  Today we will enjoy music from our special guests, Larry and Linda Pointer.  


Also…the Annual Business meeting will be incorporated into the morning service. 


Children’s church today will be with Julie.  

Today is also…“Adopt a Lily” day.  All those who are 70 years old plus are invited to take a Easter Lily home.  After these folks have had a chance to pick their flower…the rest are up for grabs.  One per household please.  NOTICE…you will find a guide for care of Easter Lilies on the foyer table.  These beautiful Lilies were a  gift from Teresa, Dennis, and Marvin (Summerour) Cronin from Spokane. 


For all who participated in Bright Sunday by wearing brightly colored clothes [on purpose :o) ]…you will find baskets of fruit and snacks for your "reward!!  To make sure there is enough to go around…please take no more than three items (total) and no more than one of the three items you select.  Thank you…….and thank you for participating.



Stay after the service for a time of cookies and fellowship.  Thank you Sonya for sponsoring this time today for the church family.  


(Communion will be held next Sunday).

Sunday, April 20, 2014

RESURRECTION SUNDAY, APRIL 20, 2014

Good morning to each of you on this Resurrection Sunday!  A warm welcome to those who are visiting.  We hope you enjoy the special music today as we celebrate a “Risen Savior!”  


There will be no children’s church today.  

Following the morning service we will hold our annual Easter Egg Hunt (open to all those who are 12 and younger).  Parents…please direct your young folks to the library for instructions following the morning service.  

As you leave the parking lot today…watch for Easter Egg Hunters.


All of the beautiful Easter Lilies are a gift from Teresa, Dennis, and Marvin (Summerour) Cronin from Spokane.  There is a card from them at the library display area.  The Cronin’s are relatives to the Walkers, Sampsons, and Dashiells.

Saturday, April 19, 2014

SPECIAL YOUTH GROUP ON APRIL 23

Wednesday, April 23 (beginning at 5:30 p.m. ) the CCC Youth Group and the Youth from West End Assembly will team up to sponsor Teen Challenge from Spokane.  

There will be pizza and ice cream as well as inspirational talks from the TC folks.  ALL junior high and high school students are invited.