Friday July 25, 2014




SALTCOATS - Volunteers thanked

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“How do you make a hamburger sad? Use BLUE cheese!

Saltcoats School Archery program happens due to staff volunteering. Many students are involved and there have been local and other competitions that need to be travelled to. An audience member’s comment is “it is not the greatest Fan sport for participants is still there.” Congratulations to area student archery participants!

The Mother’s Day Strawberry Tea was held on Sat., May 10, from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. at Saltcoats Stirling Room. The annual event was sponsored by the Local Library.

The Proclamation event “Thanks” everyone involved, young or otherwise, who read scripture aloud publicly or came and listened for the past 9 days.

Many translations were used: electronic voice, Spanish and Japanese sent out the “Word”.

The Sunday evening concluded with a short time of praise and a prayer. Isaiah 55:11, Good News translation says “Speak the good news and it will not fail to do what God planned for it”.

Greetings from all Laketown Leaders to any who are grieving or ill.


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