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WINTER 2019 VOLUME 38 NUMBER 1

Matt Collier
Director • CampsAbroad
Brevard, North Carolina

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The Wilds Christian Association, Inc. publishes
The Wilds NewsLetter. Change of address information
and comments should be sent to: Myanmar
The Wilds Christian Association, Inc
PO Box 509
Taylors, SC 29687-0009
Phone: (864) 268-4760
Fax: (864) 292-0743
E-mail: newsletter@wilds.org
Visit our website at www.wilds.org or visit
The Wilds Online Store at www.wilds.org/store.
Editor: Ken Collier
Graphic Designer: Craig Stouffer
Publications Coordinator: Maylin Seiter
Peru
Winter 2019 • Volume 38 • Number 1
© 2019 The Wilds Christian Association, Inc. Haiti
All rights reserved.
The Wilds and CampsAbroad are registered
trademarks of The Wilds Christian Association, Inc.
North Carolina Campsite:
The Wilds
1000 Wilds Ridge Road
Brevard, NC 28712-7273
Phone: (828) 884-7811
Fax: (828) 862-4813
New England Campsite:
The Wilds of New England
1181 Deering Center Road
Deering, NH 03244-6529
Phone/Fax: (603) 529-0001
The Wilds Christian Association, Inc. is an
independent, nondenominational, nonprofit, 501(c)
(3) organization created for the purpose of operating
Christian camps and conference centers. We are
fundamental in our beliefs, Bible-centered in our
philosophy, and evangelistic in our outreach.
The Wilds Christian Association, Inc. presently
operates a Christian camp and conference center in
the Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina
that is open year-round. The camp has a carefully
selected and trained staff and averages nearly
20,000 campers per year. In 2009 The Wilds of New
England began ministry at our campsite in Deering,
New Hampshire. In this peaceful, rural setting we
experienced good growth in attendance at our
summer camps as well as in our limited fall schedule
programs. We anticipate a continuing steady growth
and expansion of the ministry at this New England
location.
In addition to providing a God-honoring music
publication service as an integral part of our
ministry, The Wilds Christian Association, Inc. has
also established the CampsAbroad program to assist
others in the formation and operation of Christian
camp ministries around the world.

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Have you ever heard summers brought many discipleship opportunities, which

the fable about further motivated them to study God’s Word in order to

the crow and the share it with young people. After finishing their degrees,

pitcher? A thirsty crow once they joined the CampsAbroad team and are now focused
on raising ministry support. They’ve already been to China,
stumbled across a pitcher with
Myanmar, South Africa, and Bangladesh with CampsAbroad.
some rainwater in the bottom
of it. But when he tried to get So how can you help? We are looking
a drink, he found that he couldn’t reach down to the water for ministry partners to help us reach 20,000 young people
with his beak. He tried again and again without success. by 2022—a truly worthwhile goal. Raising $6,000 in
Then he had an idea. He picked up a pebble and dropped it monthly support will go a long way in helping us reach that
into the pitcher. Then another. Then another. Gradually, the goal. Would you consider making a monthly commitment
water began to rise until finally, he was able to drink. The to support CampsAbroad? To find out more about
point of the story? Worthwhile goals are achieved little by CampsAbroad, visit us at www.campsabroad.org.
little. 
 This past year we set out to gather information about
the ongoing impact of CampsAbroad from the past 17 years,
and the results were encouraging. Since 2001, CampsAbroad
has sent out 150 teams to 45 different countries on all 6
populated continents. Additionally, last year over 500 local
churches participated in camps that have been assisted by
India
CampsAbroad. They brought over 10,000 teens. That’s a lot
of ministry—mostly in small batches of campers. Little by
little. One camp at a time.
 10,000 might sound like a lot of teens, but it really isn’t
when you consider this staggering fact: approximately 1/3
of the world’s population is currently under the age of 20.
That’s almost 2.5 billion young people. Our passion has
always been to reach young people, and that need is more
urgent than ever. With that in mind, we’ve set an audacious
goal for CampsAbroad: we are
making a push to double the number
of young people that are being
reached through these camps by
2022. That would be 20,000 young
people attending a Bible teaching
camp each year. 
 One important step in China
this effort is increasing our
staff. Tim and Rachel Endean
are both from New England
and grew up going to camp
as teens. They met while on
staff at The Wilds of New Poland
England where they ministered Zambia
for several summers. Those

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Kelly Collier
THINGS I TAKE:
A suitcase that zips (essential for

ACCORDING TO... 
keeping the bugs out) and dry shampoo
MOST UNUSUAL TRANSPORTATION:
FUN FACTS The prop plane on its last leg taking us on a domestic flight to
Tanzania (“safety is no accident”)
MOST IMPRESSIVE CITY:
Vienna, Austria (see where on map)
MOST DENSELY POPULATED COUNTRY:
Mumbai, India
BIZARRE FOOD:
Ox tongue, lovingly dubbed the “preacher’s food” in the Philippines
BEST REMEDY FOR JET-LAG: 
Strong coffee
MOST BREATHTAKING LANDSCAPE:
Zykopane, Poland

Togo

Dan & Amy Brooks


THINGS WE TAKE:
Dan - Personal Coffee System
Amy - Peanut M&Ms and international
outlet converter
MOST UNUSUAL TRANSPORTATION:
Dan - Driving Jeepney in Filipino traffic
Matt Collier Amy - Rickshaw while avoiding cows in Bangalore traffic
THINGS I TAKE: MOST IMPRESSIVE CITY:
5 GumTM – and lots of it. Cape Town, South Africa; and Sydney, Australia (see where on map)
MOST UNUSUAL TRANSPORTATION: MOST DENSELY POPULATED COUNTRY:   
A raft on the Zambezi River (below Victoria Falls) Dan - Taipei, Taiwan • Amy - Sáo Paulo, Brazil
MOST IMPRESSIVE CITY: BIZARRE FOOD:
Dubai, United Arab Emirates Dan - Goat throat, porcupine, goose feet, and dog
MOST DENSELY POPULATED COUNTRY: Amy - Using hands to eat in India
Singapore BEST REMEDY FOR JET-LAG:
BIZARRE FOOD: Dan - Tylenol PM and getting back to work
Balut (look it up) MOST BREATHTAKING LANDSCAPE:
BEST REMEDY FOR JET-LAG: Dan - Himalayan Mountains including Mount Everest from a jet
Eat meals according to the new time zone Amy - Australian Coastline
MOST BREATHTAKING LANDSCAPE:  
Nakuru National Park, Kenya (see where on map)

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Tim & Rachel Endean
THINGS WE TAKE:
Tim - Earplugs • Rachel - Fruity Snacks
MOST UNUSUAL TRANSPORTATION:
Bullet train
FUN
TRIVIA  
MOST IMPRESSIVE CITY:
Beijing, China GAME EQUIPMENT FOR
MOST DENSELY POPULATED COUNTRY: A FIRST YEAR CAMP: 
WEIGHT – 1 00 LBS 
Bangladesh (1,212/sq. km)
BIZARRE FOOD:
Cold duck feet COST - $750 
BEST REMEDY FOR JET-LAG:  
Tim - Mind over matter • Rachel - Sleep on the plane TABLE GAMES INCLUDED
MOST BREATHTAKING LANDSCAPE: IN EQUIPMENT: 
Chin Hills, Myanmar (see where on map) CONNECT 4
GIANT CHECKERS
JENGA
UNO 
 
ON MOST TRIPS WE EAT
MORE OF THIS FOOD IN A WEEK
THAN WE DO THE WHOLE REST
OF THE YEAR COMBINED:
RICE!!!
 
AVERAGE NUMBER OF BIGBALLS
PURCHASED EACH YEAR:
24 
Philippines

 
LARGEST CABIN:
Taiwan BANGLADESH
300+ GUYS
IN ONE
Japan NOT-SO-LARGE
CHAPEL 

Bangladesh
China

Taiwan

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Ken Collier
President • The Wilds
Brevard, North Carolina

On a pleasant,
fall evening, 3 couples
met together at the home of a young
34-year-old college administrator,
Ken Hay and his wife, Diane. At the
dinner table, the conversation came
around to a business partnership.
The 2 other men were determining
to step out in faith to plan and build
modest apartments as an investment,
with the potential to provide a low-
cost living option to young married
couples attending college. With the 2
excitedly agreeing to take the plunge
to meet with the bank to finance the
deal, Ken Hay’s hand came down hard
on the table, rattling the silverware
and china. He said, “If you guys have
the faith to step out and plan an
apartment complex, why can’t we
have faith to build a quality camp in
the southeast?” That night, The Wilds
(yet unnamed) was born in the heart
of a man who loved God, the ministry,
and young people!

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As he tells it, Ken lay awake and Ken Hay resides in Greenville,
planned the entire camp in his mind. South Carolina, with his wife of 63
After all, he and Dr. Walter Fremont had years. At age 85, he remains actively
been meeting 2—sometimes 3—days a interested in the pursuits of The Wilds,
week to pray for such a ministry. Now The Wilds of New England, and
was the time! Ken ran into an older CampsAbroad. Although he is not
student, Carl Blythe, who had access able to be on the campsite as often as
to a trust, bringing the possibility of he would like, his spirit to know and
some financing. Dr. Joe Henson, an avid pray is as strong as ever. The heritage
outdoorsman and organized camping our founders have set in place is still
enthusiast, joined the team. They strong in the minds of the thousands of
comprised the 3 founders of the dream staff members who have sat under his
that was to become The Wilds! teaching and example.
Now, 50 years and some half a It is true that God uses all events
million campers later, The Wilds is part and all external circumstances to
of the rich, spiritual tradition of families manifest His glory. I for one, thank
and individuals all over the country and the Lord for those apartments—one
the world. Camps all over the country of which my son and his wife lived in
build on the freely-shared philosophy. while he was in seminary. Primarily
Through CampsAbroad, more than 25 though, their beginning brought on the
camps practice the few, strong biblical “hand that slapped the table!”
principles that bring Truth and love to HAPPY 50TH ANNIVERSARY to
children all over the world. The Wilds Christian Camp!

Follow us on social media to learn about special


50th Anniversary activities and events!

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Lots of intensity...even on
the first night of camp!

The smiles say it all! Buckets, Bigball, Who cares about eating?
and creativity! Let's do our cabin cheer!

Why do teens keep coming back? Food, activities, Tubing with friends!
and the pursuit to become more like Christ!

Caffeine and teenagers. Who wants to play

The more the better! GaZEEball? God's Word changes us all.

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Craft Shop Happiness Mini Golf for the win!

It’s easy to smile when you love The Wilds. Land Trolley, conquered!

Next stop? The Blob The ride is worth the climb. Super duper inner tuber.

Renewing our minds in God’s Word

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We need God's Word—we need the Bible. Let's play! 2nd generation campers

Core Value: Refreshing enjoyment of life in Christ. Oh yeah. Fun at the pool!

What a privilege to come into God's Rainy days and Blanket


presence—Bow the knee. “Can we stay another week? PLEASE!” Volleyball go hand in hand.

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A Change is Developing
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Dick Reid
Director of Development • The Wilds
Taylors, South Carolina

In July 1984,
I attended a camp at The Wilds for the first time (exactly one year
Doug has been with
The Wilds on a full-time basis
since 1986 when he graduated
after my teenage children had attended and loved it). They were from Clemson University.
absolutely correct—it was great! From that time forward I have Prior to that he was a camper or
had an unchanging great love for and respect of the miraculous summer staff member every year
work God does through the various ministries of The Wilds. It since 1973. He knows The Wilds! As all
has been my privilege to serve as the Director of Development for of you who have ever visited our North Carolina campsite have
The Wilds since 1987, and that has been the most encouraging, seen, the grounds are always meticulously maintained and the
vocational journey of a lifetime. What a joy to have a front row landscaping beautifully designed—Doug has been responsible for
seat during amazing additions and upgrades to our facilities! that for many years. His wife, Sonja, graduated from Bob Jones
The breadth of ministry has also increased substantially with the University in 1987, and she has been involved in many facets
addition of The Wilds of New England and CampsAbroad. The of the ministry as well as being a conscientious Mom to her 4
growth in the number of participating campers has risen to over children (who are all now married). Doug and Sonja have recently
20,000 annually. God has done this miraculous work through moved to Greenville. They will miss the staff fellowship and their
thousands of friends like each of you—thank you from the serving opportunities at the campsite (their only home since
bottom of our hearts for your wonderful encouragement. getting married in 1986), but they are eagerly looking forward to
I love this ministry, and it has been a privilege to be a small this new adventure.
part of it for over 31 years. God has now prepared the way for In the coming months as he assumes his responsibilities
a younger person to start assuming my responsibilities and in our Greenville corporate office, please welcome Doug in his
assist in keeping and growing this ministry for God’s glory. It next step of serving God through this ministry. You are going to
is with much confidence and excitement that I present to you love him and will quickly understand why God has provided this
Doug Gorsline as the new Assistant Director of Development proven servant to steward this part of the ministry as The Wilds
of The Wilds. It is very encouraging to us that this successor moves ahead into our next 50 years of service to churches,
has come from within the organization and has already proven schools, families, and campers of all ages. I TRUST that you are as
himself as a key part of our ministry “family.” excited as I am about God’s perfect plan for The Wilds.

The grass withereth, and the flower thereof falleth away: but the Word of the Lord endureth for ever.
1 Peter 1:24b, 25a

Two things are Sonja and I are grateful for


the many years of being entrusted
Doug Gorsline
eternal: the Word of God and the Assistant Director of Development • The Wilds
with projects, grass, and flowers Taylors, South Carolina
souls of men. The ministry of the
on the campsite—enabling the
Word at The Wilds has influenced
Word of God to reach hundreds
my life, both as a camper and
of thousands of campers at
a staff member. The mission of
The Wilds! We are excited and
The Wilds, sharing the Truth of
humbled to be enTRUSTed with
God with the love of God, bore
this new role of service with
fruit in changing my life to the
The Wilds!
glory of God!

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Bethany Wilson (’15,’16) and Joshua Terrence (’06,’07,’08-’12) and Emily [Sowers]
Rushing (’13,’14,’15,’16), 3/18/17. Jones (’06,’07,’08,’09,’10,’11,’12), Uriah
Megan Hughes (’16,’17) and Chandler Lamont, 2/22/18.
Russell (’15,’16,’17), 6/16/18. Roland (’13,’14) and Emily [McAllister]
CAREERS: Sarah Hammer (’16,’17,’18) and Paul Kassales (’11,’12,’13,’14), Blythe Margaret,
Erik and Holly [Ferguson] Johnson (’96,’03) Schmucker (’09,’10,’11), 10/20/18. 1/26/18.
serve as church planting missionaries in the Chris (’01,’02,’03,’04) and Susana [Cooper]
Dominican Republic, where they have been for Bethany Wright (’15) and Riley Woodfin
(’10,’11,’12,’13,’14,’15-’16,’17), 5/25/18. McAviney (’02,’03,’04), Brielle Rose, 10/1/18.
about 10 years. They have 4 children.
Billy (’11,’12) and Grace [Williquette]
Stephen (’02,’03,’04,’08-’10) and Anna
[Payne] Pendell (’06,’07,’08-’10) serve at BIRTHS: Peters (’11,’12), Asher Brian, 6/20/18.

Longview Camp in Arcade, New York, where Eric (’06,’07,’08,’09-10,’11,’12,’13,’14,’15) and John and Anna [Brooks] Robinson (’02),
Stephen is the Program Director. They have 3 Kinsey [Lundvall] Brooks (’11,’13,’14,’15), Lydia Rebecca, 10/28/18.
children: Isabella (age 5), Ezekiel (age 3), and Dani Louise, 12/4/18. Matt (’08,’11) and Krisa [Schieber] Sands
Dean (age 1). Jon (’07,’08,’09,’10,’12-’14) and Lauren (’07,’08,’09,’10,’11), Kinsley Noelle, 12/3/17.
Mark (’99,’00) and Laura Ward live in Mount [Brooks] Champ (’05,’06,’07,’08,’09,
Vernon, Washington. Mark is an Academic ’10,’11,’12-’14), Douglas Boone, 11/9/18. Former Staff,
Editor at Lexham Press and a theological writer Will (’05,’06,’07,’08,’09,’10,’11) and Brittany help keep us updated on your career moves,
for Faithlife, makers of Logos Bible Software. Craven, Kaitlin Elizabeth, 9/26/18. marriage, and children!
Send announcements to:
Michael and Esther [Burrow] Gambrell
WEDDINGS: (’03,’04), Nadezhda “Hope,” 7/2/18.
The Wilds,
Where Are They Now?
Melissa Creel (’15-’17) and Matthew Fafard Kevin (’07,’08-‘10) and Sarah [Thompson]
(’15-’17), 9/8/18.
PO Box 509
Gillenwater (’05,’06,’07,’08,’09), Levi Michal,
Taylors, SC 29687-0009
Olivia Adams (’14,’15-’16) and Jordan 9/24/18.
or e-mail formerstaff@wilds.org.
Hefner (’15-’16), 11/10/18.

The Needs
Corner
A
Items received:
Air Filter/Regulator • Air Hose Reel
Biscuit Joiner • Cant Hook
N
Items received:
12 Gauge Ext. Cord (4) • Computer
Curtain Tracking System • Digital Pool Testing Kit
DeWalt 20v Li-ion Sawzall Dish Room Stool • Kitchen Computer Monitor
DeWalt 20v Li-ion Battery (4) • DeWalt Tile Saw Kitchen Mat (4) • Lifeguard Chair

I want to help
Glucose meter (for ERT) Mattress Protector (10) • Pool Basketball Goal
Leaf Blower for Blob/Swim Area • Oscillating Tool RV-Hookup • Trash Can Dolly Wheel (4)
Paper Shredder • Pneumatic Trim Nailer Wired Microphone (2) • Zipline Carabiner (6)
Pulse Oximeter (for ERT) • Refrigerator
A or N
Enclosed is a gift toward the cost of the indicated need.
Shovel (5) • Thermometer • Toilet Master Jack
Trash Dollies • Water Fountain • Wheelbarrow (4)
Needs:
Aluminum Framing for Funtime Set - $60
Audio Recorder - $200
Rev./Dr. Needs: Basketball Goal/Installation - $500
Mr./Mrs./Miss_________________________________ Appliance Mover Straps - $45 Bigball Bladders (2) - $180 ea.
Address______________________________________ Battery Booster Cable Set - $95 Coffee Bean Grinder - $50
City___________________ State _____ Zip__________ Bulk Cereal Dispenser (4) - $165 ea. Dodgeball/9-Square in the Air Cement Pads
Compound Bow for Archery Range (6) - $160 ea. - $1,400
Mail to: The Wilds • PO Box 509
Concrete Walking Groover - $50 Espresso Bean Grinder - $500
Taylors, SC 29687-0009 Dewalt 20v Drywall Screwgun (2) - $140 ea. Green Screen - $100
Dewalt Drywall Cutout Tool - $110 Heavy Duty Picnic Table (3) - $350 ea.

THANK YOU!
the donations page of our website
Visit
Faux Wood Plantation Blinds (7 sets) - $50/set
Mechanics Tool Sets for Yard Shop (6) - $40 ea.
Solid Surface Countertop Tools (2) - $225 ea.
Infrared Thermometer - $130
Smoothie Blender Pitcher (4) - $130 ea.
Sound Car Remote Mic - $800
Storage Box-24 gallon (2) - $50 ea. Streaming Converter - $200
(wilds.org/donate/needs-corner) to Tray Table (4) - $350 ea. Telescoping Pool Cleaning Pole - $50
Waffle Maker (2) - $350 ea. Video Phone (iPhone 8 Plus) for Drone - $600
donate to one of these items and see Wire Rolling Cart - $315 Wireless Mic for Camera - $400
updated lists and pictures of items.
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Staff News: Tim and Rachel Endean joined the CampsAbroad
staff in March. They are traveling the United States
and abroad as field representatives. Tim and Rachel
both worked on our summer staff at The Wilds of New
England for several summers. We are happy to have
them serving with us!

Chris and Tara Anastos are happy to announce the Elizabeth Harding joined the Greenville office staff
arrival of their twins, Theo David and Nicole Hope. They in August 2018, and is serving as one of our Summer
were born on January 7, 2019. Theo weighed 3 pounds 2 Registrations secretaries. Elizabeth served on our
ounces and was 16 inches long. Nicole weighed 3 pounds summer staff in North Carolina for two summers and
6 ounces and was 17 inches long. looks forward to helping sponsors and parents register
their campers for camp.
Ken Collier is the President and Interim Director
for The Wilds. Willie Partin is currently our Interim Tim and Dawn Kennedy are happy to announce the
Assistant Director and Program Manager. We anticipate arrival of their daughter, Aubreylynn Ruth. She was born
these men guiding us over the next year or so, while we on November 27, 2018, weighed 9 pounds, and was
prayerfully and diligently seek God’s will for a camp 21 ½ inches long. She is welcomed home by her brother
director in North Carolina. and 5 sisters.

LIVING PATRICIA A. ROBINSON


Given by: Mr. Al Robinson • Mr. & Mrs. Leland Walton
BEN SAMUEL
JEAN WILLIAMS
Given by: Mr. & Mrs. Doug Gorsline • Mr. & Mrs. Cal Mair
Mr. & Mrs. Jim McAdams • Mr. & Mrs. Rick Stoner

MEMORIALS
Memorial gifts received as of November 30, 2018
Given by: Mrs. Becky Douglas
JENNIFER SEEST
Given by: Mr. & Mrs. Doug Gorsline
DAVID YEAKEL
Given by: Mrs. Susan Yeakel
BOBBIE YEARICK
ALICE MAE SHAFFER Given by: Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Sprout • Mr. & Mrs. Rick Stoner
M. W. APPLETON Given by: Mr. & Mrs. Vernon Perry
Given by: Mrs. Faye Appleton
NAOMI TACKETT GIFTS GIVEN IN HONOR OF:
LYNETTE BAKER Given by: Dr. & Mrs. Ken Collier • Ms. Delores Hogsed
Given by: Miss Hazel Campbell Mr. & Mrs. TJ Langford ELIZABETH & ANNA GRACE CARRICK
SANDRA BAKER Given by: Mr. & Mrs. Gene Carrick
CERELLE SHULTZ TOLLESON
Given by: Mr. & Mrs. Les Barnett • Dr. & Mrs. Roy Barton Given by: Rev. & Mrs. Dave Hine CONNIE HENRY
Mrs. Eva Baugham • Mrs. Betty Belknap Given by: Ms. Chrissie Henry
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Carter WILSON WAHL
Mr. & Mrs. Roger Eaves • Mrs. Trudy Fremont Given by: Fellowship Baptist Church, Jacksonville, NC DICK REID
Parmerlee, Ray, & Boyle Families Ms. Ginger Icenhour • Mr. & Mrs. John Pilaria Given by: Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Comer
PlanFIRST – Scott Clark, David Garrigan, & Staff Mr. & Mrs. Guy Sanders • Mr. & Mrs. Rick Stoner DAVID WILSON & AMANDA KOWALKSI
Mr. & Mrs. Mark VanSteenvoort Given by: Mr. & Mrs. Marc Oliver
DR. GEORGE “BILLY” BAUGHAM Rev. & Mrs. John Weathers
Given by: Mrs. Eva Baugham
FLEET BELKNAP
Given by: Mrs. Betty Belknap
FRANKLIN BLAKE
Given by: Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Sprout
PAT BOWEN Honor a loved one or friend with a Living Memorial gift to The Wilds.
In Memory Of:
Given by: Mr. & Mrs. Rick Stoner
MAJ. RON BROOKS
Given by: Sgt. Johnnie H. Beasley, Jr. Rev./Dr./Mr./Mrs./Miss_________________________________________________________
CHARLES COWAN Please send card to:
Given by: Mr. & Mrs. Doug Gorsline
Rev./Dr./Mr./Mrs./Miss________________________________________________________
DOROTHY GENOVESI
Given by: Mr. & Mrs. Peter Fistere Address_____________________________________________________________________
WILLIAM “BILL” HORTON City_____________________________________________State________Zip_______________
Given by: Mr. & Mrs. TJ Langford
Given by:
BARBARA HAY LEATHERWOOD
Given by: Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Day Rev./Dr./Mr./Mrs./Miss_________________________________________________________
Mrs. Kara Leatherwood Melick Address______________________________________________________________________
SUSAN CAROL RIDLEY
Given by: Mr. Carl Boone City_____________________________________________State_______ Zip_______________
Phone________________________________________________________________________
The Wilds Living Memorials • PO Box 509 • Taylors, SC 29687-0009
W i n te r 2 019 NON-PROFIT ORG.
U.S. POSTAGE
PAID
GREENVILLE, SC
PO Box 509 PERMIT NO. 687
Taylors, SC 29687-0009
Address Service Requested

Come celebrate our 50th Anniversary!

Make your plans to join us on September 2, 2019,


for an Open House to celebrate what God has done through this ministry.
We’re also planning exciting activities that will happen all year long! 
E-mail us at 50Years@wilds.org to receive updates on upcoming events!

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