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January 2012

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2012 Children’s Sermon Schedule
Jan Jan Jan Jan Jan Feb Feb Feb Feb Mar Mar Mar Mar Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr 1 Marla 8 Children’s Church 15 Susan 22 Marla 29 Cathy 5 Marla 12 CC 19 Susan 26 Cathy 4 Marla 11 CC 18 Susan 25 Pastor Dean 1 Marla 8 (Easter) Pastor Dean 15 CC/Egg Hunt 22 Claire 29 Pastor Dean July 1 Marla July 8 CC July 15 Pastor Dean July 22 Susan July 29 Pastor Dean Aug 5 Marla Aug 12 Visitation Sunday Aug 19 Cathy Aug 26 Pastor Dean Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Oct Oct Oct Oct Nov Nov Nov Nov Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec 2 Marla 9 CC 16 Pastor Dean 23 Claire 30 Pastor Dean

2012 Nursery Schedule
Thank you for volunteering to help in the nursery. If you bring snacks, please take leftovers home. If no children come, please tell the usher where you are sitting so he can alert you if a child comes. Please pick up the toys afterwards. Thanks! Jan 1 & 8: Barbara Burt Jan 15 & 22: Dee & Jacob Burt Jan 29 & Feb 5: Lynda & Journey Miell Feb 12 & 19: Morgan & Mackenzie Burt Feb 26 & Mar 4: Dee & Jacob Burt Mar 11 & 18: Tyler Krull & Logan Burt Mar 25 & Apr 8: Barb Plaehn Apr 15 & 22: Dee & Jacob Burt Apr 29 & May 6: Shannon Fleming & Summer Langenbau May 13 & 20: Kendall & Diana Collins May 27 & June 3: Shauna Smith June 10 (VBS?): NA June 17 & 24: Lynda & Journey Miell July 1 & 8: Ann Jackson July 15 & 22: Claire & Karen Handorf July 29 & Aug 5: Shauna Smith Aug 12 (Visitation Sun): NA Aug 19 & 26: Lynda & Journey Miell Sept 2 & 9: Sierra Winters Sept 16 & 23: Marvalyn Kelly Sept 30 & Oct 7: Dee & Jacob Burt Oct 14 & 21: Marvalyn Kelly Oct 28 & Nov 4: Cimber, Tyson & Austin Strayer Nov 11 & 18: Dee & Jacob Burt Nov 25 & Dec 2: Tammy & Logan Burt Dec 9 & 16: Dan & Tricia Steen Dec 23 & 30: Ann Jackson

7 Marla 14 CC 21 Susan 28 Pastor Dean 4 Marla 11 CC 18 Cathy 25 Pastor Dean 2 Marla 9 CC 16 Pastor Dean 23 Claire 30 Pastor Dean

May 6 Marla May 13 CC May 20 Cathy May 27 NA/cemetery June June June June 3 Marla 10 VBS program? 17 Claire 24 Pastor Dean

Christmas Program at Chapel
Thank you to everyone who worked so hard to make the Christmas program a success. “The First Christmas” was presented on Sunday, December 18, at 5:00 pm by preschoolers – 12th graders. Siera Richter, Mackenzie Burt, Summer Langenbau and Morgan Burt started out the program with a skit entitled “Christmas Past.” They examined the contents of an old trunk in their parent’s attic and shared special memories. They sang “It’s About the Cross.” “The First Christmas” followed with preschoolers through high schoolers participating. Cast members included Isaiah, Presley Bland; Micah, Austin Strayer; Mary, Grace Schewe; Joseph, Zach Krull; Angels, Journey Miell, Madison Krull, Frances Jackson, Angel Schewe; Wisemen, Owen Collins, Decker Mann, Andrew Collins; Shepherds, Kasey Winters, Cooper Langenbau, Nicholas Collins; Sheep, Wyatt Jackson, Violet Jackson, Jacob Collins; Donkey, Jace Hlas; Readers, Jake Hlas, Tyson Strayer, Devan Mann, Derek Mann, Noah Winters, Chase Winters, Sierra Winters, Shannon Fleming, Cole Langenbau, Emily Havelka, Tyler Krull, Logan Burt, Jacob Burt; Narrator, Claire Handorf; Soloist, Merlyn Appelgate; Production Coordinator, Bill Backoff; Costumes, Janice Collins, Cindy Krull; Costume Seamstresses, Lois Groth, Karen Handorf, Janice Collins, Sue Koster, Phyllis Mann, Beverly Iverson; Placement Coordinators, LeAnn Fleming, Diana Collins, Tammy Backoff; Projector, Ron Groth; Spotlight, Kendall Collins; Ushers, Jeff Koster, Chris Krull; Distribute Treats, Rick Bessman Family; Directors, Marla Clark-Hlas, Ann Jackson, Heidi Langenbau. “For there is born to you this day in the city of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord.” A Blessed New Year, everyone!

A Few Descriptions
ACOLYTES: Designated Jr. Sunday School classes will acolyte each month. The Jr SS Opening leader should appoint children to light candles during Openings each Sunday. Acolytes, go to usher immediately following Sunday School, the usher will light your acolytes, go up front by 10:29, and turn off wicks coming back to represent the light staying at church this hour. Extinguish candles during last hymn but keep wicks lit to represent spreading God’s light this week. NURSERY: If someone wants their pre-kindergarten child to be in the nursery during the worship service, please check if the nursery attendants are present; if not, contact an usher who will find them. Assignment list is in narthex. MUSIC & FLOWERS: You are responsible for providing or asking someone else to provide special music for your designated Sunday. Also, please bring flowers, real or artificial, to set on the flower stand at the altar or use an arrangement in the room off the stage or in the overflow closet. Assignment list is in narthex. Thank you!

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About 55 Christmas carolers sang to 24 people on Sunday, December 4. They met at the church at 2:30 pm. Group I caroled to Harriett Fleming, Gladys Appelgate, Martha Bessman, Edith May Leonard, Marjorie Stubbs, Jean Elliott, Vivian Dennis, Mildred Estal, and Pete Hoing. Group II divided into two groups with Group A caroling to Melva Vint. Group B caroled to Les Beal, Bill & Cindy Ormston and Vera Rubenbauer and then met Group A to sing to Elaine Plett, Floyd Appelgate, Dale Moler, Ruby Brittan, Doris Case, Hilda Engle, Leona Schultz, Darwin & Donna Lynch, and Shirley Ossman. The group met at Zeno’s for pizza afterwards. Thank you, Claire Handorf, for buying the chocolate candy; Darrel and Barbara Burt for making the list of caroling order and times (not an easy task); our talented youth who led the caroling; and Connie Appelgate who reserved Zeno’s. The Volunteers wish everyone a Happy New Year!

A Multitude of Thanks!
Chapel Friends, Thank you for coming to Southridge Sunday evening and singing carols. I really enjoyed the songs. Dale Moler Dear Chapel Friends, God bless you all. Have a wonderful Christmas. Chocolates are my love! Love, Shirley Ossman Dear Chapel Carolers, Thank you for visiting me and spreading the wonderful Christmas cheer. The carols were wonderful! Elaine Plett

On behalf of the Food Pantry and Angel Tree Committee, I would like to extend a heartfelt thanks to everyone in the Gladbrook & Lincoln communities who helped bring the “spirit” of Christmas to so many. Through the generosity of students, Scouts, youth groups, organizations, individuals, and families, we helped 18 families in need this holiday season. A special thank you to the members of Salem Church, Chapel Church, Christ Lutheran Church, Gladbrook UMC, and Peace Church for donating the presents for the children and also to the volunteers. Chapel contributed more than 20 bags of gifts. I would like to wish everyone a very blessed Christmas and a happy and healthy new year. Angel Tree Chairman, Jeanne Paustian

Hello Chapel Friends, Thank you so much for the wonderful food you have been bringing to us. You have been angels from above helping with our needs. I am showing some improvement as I can move around more in the house and do small tasks that need to be done. I am doing therapy on my left foot which seems to have a nerve problem and was the cause of me falling. I am up to visits now. I can sit in a chair all day and no pain, but getting up is a different story! Thanks, too, for your prayers that have been sent our way. They are very much appreciated. We also want to thank you for the beautiful caroling. It was very special to us to see all of your smiling faces again. We have missed lots of things lately and seeing all of you was pure joy. We thank you also for the boxes of candy. My two aunts think Chapel is very thoughtful and generous! Christmas joy and blessings to all of you, Darwin and Donna Lynch

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Our Circle of concern: • Jace Hlas, recovering from surgery • Bill and Cindy Ormston, cancer; they say thank you for our prayers • Lynda Miell, recently at MMSC with pancreatitis • Jim Glover, recuperating from esophagus troubles, out of hospital; Claire Handorf’s father • Wyatt Jackson, recurring migraine headaches • Zach Krull, vocal cord complications • Terri Weitzell, recovering from recent surgery • Pastor Dean and Marvalyn, safe travels and good health • Ryan Hook, medication should solve problem, PTL! • Oliver Palmer, 9, failing health; Marla Hlas’ friend • Rev. Roger Crawford, pastor at Cimber Strayer’s parent’s church, lost their daughter, Joy Brace, of cancer. She is survived by her husband, Rod and four young children.

Mission: Tanzania… by Lori Odle In June, 2012, I will be traveling with a medical mission team to Tanzania, Africa, with a group out of Sioux City, Iowa. This group is called STEMM and stands for Siouxland Tanzania Educational and Medical Ministries, and it was founded by a physician for the purpose of bridging the gap between Siouxland and Tanzania. STEMM is an inter-denominational Christian ministry founded in 1996 and organized in 1997. They organize trips twice a year for the purpose of addressing the priorities of spiritual growth, medical care, and educational opportunities for those children in Tanzania. From the website, http://www.stemm.org/index.php, “the primary motivation for this mission is Christ's words found in Matthew 25:40: ‘as you have done it to the least of these....you have done it unto Me.’ This Christ-centered mission is driven by the values of compassion, caring, commitment and change. We truly believe that by giving of ourselves and extending Christian love to our brothers and sisters halfway around the world, we can make a life-changing difference. By ‘giving back,’ we build a ‘bridge of hope’ for those who have almost no hope. By sharing only a small part of our blessings, we can give them a future.” I received information about this ministry and trip shortly after completing my RN license renewal with the hopes of finding an opportunity to use my nursing background on mission trips. God has been preparing me for this trip well before I heard about STEMM. Upon returning from Ghana in January, 2011, and seeing the vision of a medical clinic for Asikuma, along with the library and future Children’s Haven, I was spurred on to get my credentials in order. And I was excited to see where God might lead me next! I am currently fundraising for this adventure by offering my homemade salsa for a donation of $5 per jar, and I am also creating note cards from my photography and am offering these in sets of 8 cards for $12. They include colored photos that I have taken, along with verses on the outside and blank on the inside. If you are interested in either of these items, feel free to contact me at lodle@heartofiowa.net or visit my blog at http://odlemountain.blogspot.com and you will see my mission story button at the top along with a section along the right side where you can also contact me. The amount I am raising is $5000 and the first half of that is due as soon as possible. Currently I’ve raised over $1600 with donations and selling my salsa and note cards. Your prayerful and financial support is much appreciated.

Looking Ahead: Thu/Feb 2: No UMW

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Community Christmas Cantata About 20 singers from our communities performed a Christmas cantata on Dec. 18 during the worship service at Chapel. It was entitled “Go Tell It,” and Chapel’s participants were Vaugn & Carolyn Kloster and Barbara Burt. Narrators were Siera Richter and Austin Groth, and the director was Dan Lastovka, band director at GMG. It was a very meaningful service performed by talented singers.

DidYouKnow Know… Know • Chapel women met December 12 to sew costumes for the Christmas program. Thank you, ladies! About 50 Chapel people attended the movie, Courageous, in Gladbrook December 8. The mission committee paid for our admission as a thank you for donating items to the House of Compassion. Please sign up in narthex to complete a needed project around Chapel. See Leon Lamer for questions. GMG’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes sponsored caroling around Garwin and a live nativity scene. Area churches, including Chapel, provided supper afterwards to the public. Thank you, Lois Groth, for arranging the beautiful poinsettias at the front of our sanctuary. Tim Odle is taking a ten-week course for utility technician training for a future job. Mike Hanken, a Marshalltown police captain, was one of three law enforcement executives statewide to earn the 5-Star Innovation Leadership award. He is Amy Bland’s father. Congratulations Dick & Jo Svendsen are the proud grandparents of a new granddaughter. Leah Elizabeth was adopted by Randy & Donna Svendsen on 12/20/2011. Leah is 18 months old and has been staying with Randy & Donna as a foster child for the last 14 month.

Our sympathy: Esther Russell, 93, of Asheville, TN, passed away November 29. Her husband, Rev. Arthur Russell pastored at Chapel from 1938-1942, and we always looked forward to their visits through the years. Esther attended John Fletcher College in IA. Arthur and she served churches in Iowa for ten years and in Kentucky for over 30 years. Esther’s talents included singing, playing and teaching the piano and autoharp, painting, drawing, writing, and speaking. She is survived by her son, David Russell; daughters, Margaret Cleaver and Rebecca Cutshall; seven grandchildren, and ten great-grandchildren. Margaret’s address is 121 Chamberlain Dr, Three Way, TN 38343. •

Kelly’s Korner
Happy New Year 2012!! Thank you so very much for a beautiful 2011! We celebrate our one year anniversary together on January 1, 2012. Here’s the Irish Blessing for 2012: May the stars shine on you May the flowers fill your heart with beauty May hope forever wipe away your tears And above all… May the good Lord wonderfully bless and prosper you in 2012! See you in March! Pastor Dean

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Welcome To Chapel! Newcomers to Chapel are Chuck & Dana Rosacker, Autumn and Brook. Chuck works at Fisher Controls and Dana at Casey’s in Marshalltown on 12th Ave. Autumn is a junior and Brook is a fifth grader at GMG. They live at 1941 Wallace Ave, Marshalltown, their telephone number is 641 -752-6276, and home email is cdrosa@mchsi.com. Also, welcome to Amy Niedermann, who is a transcriptionist at MMSC and also works at Hometown Foods in Gladbrook. Her son, Nick, is a junior at GMG. They moved back to Garwin recently.

Attendance Nov 27: Dec 4: Dec 11: Dec 18: 1 Gary Koster 2nd Duane Beichley,Tim Odle, Dale Langenbau 4th Cindy Ormston 5th Elijah Koopman 6th Cory Farrington, Ryan Lemker, Gabriel Handorf, Linda Havelka 7th Kyle Reynolds 8th Brett Lemker 9th Ben Little 10th Regan Appelgate, Amilliah Kenya 11th Kevin Yungbluth, Phillip Fleming 12th Donna Lynch, Kerry Lynch, Jacob Lynch, Steve & Judy Svendsen 13th Angie Bessman, Ron & Lois Groth 15th Lynn Beichley, Vaugn Kloster 16th Mike Plaehn, Braydon Arnote 17th Kenneth (Pete) Hoing, Michael Burt, Brent Havelka, Cimber Strayer 18th Myra Appelgate 19th Garrett Groth, Dana Rosacker 22nd Jeff Koster 23rd Martha Bessman 25th Harry Kenya 26th Carter Kemp 27th Annette (Lynch) Lemker, Jerry Gilge 31st Janice Collins
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January Sunday School Teachers Jr SS Opening: Janice Collins Preschool/K: Janice Collins Grades 1, 2 & 3: Ann Jackson Grades 4, 5 & 6: Cimber Strayer Jr & Sr. High: Ben & Shauna Smith

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Poinsettias 2011
In Memory of…...
Lynn & Claire Handorf Stan & Sue Koster Chris, Amy & Presley Bland Doug & Linda Svendsen Pam & John Fleming Randy & Susan Beichley Bill & Cindy Ormston Barb & Duane Beichley Barb & Duane Beichley Tim, Lori & Eli Odle Gayle & Cindy Krull Family Pete Hoing Mike & Cathy Vint Doug, Marla, Jake & Jace Hlas Doug, Marla, Jake & Jace Hlas Ross & Beverly Iverson Jim & Shirley Svendsen Donald & Phyllis Mann Pastor Dean & Marvalyn Kelly Pastor Dean & Marvalyn Kelly Karen Handorf Vaugn & Carolyn Kloster Our Brothers Our parents & other loved ones Randy Ferguson, Helen Ferguson, Dave Ferguson, Helen Bland, Diane Harkin, Eva Lou Herzberger, Ruby Spencer Frank Roop & John Broker John & Eugenia Fleming Harold & Wilma Beichley Brothers, Sisters & Parents Doris & Les Beichley, Aaron Beichley Helen & Robert Harder, Greg Stonewall Bonnie Odle Bobby Krull John & Elsie Hoing Dean Vint, Walt, Caroline, Kevin & Jason Hyduk Marion Clark ~ Marla's mother Marcia Horbach ~ Doug's sister Jennifer Trautman Kern Our parents & Doris Svendsen Our parents & Sidney & Rita Handorf Cliff & Celia Jensen George & Mary Ann Kelly Craig Handorf Niels & Louise Kloster & Richard Fleming

Bill & Tammy Backoff, Grace & Angel Our loved ones Allen & Dee Burt family Donald Burt & Barb Woebbeking

In Honor of…...
Dick & Jo Svendsen Carol & Leon Lamer The Richter family Chapel Church Randy & Susan Beichley Ron & Lois Groth Gayle & Cindy Krull Ron & Lois Groth Larry & Janice Collins Bill & Cindy Ormston Mike & Cathy Vint Kathryn Burt Our children & grandchildren Our family God's unending love Pastor Dean & Marvalyn Kelly Our family Bill & Cindy Ormston Sunday School Teachers Former Pastor Gene & Lenora Burry Our family Our Sons, Wives & Grandchildren Melva Vint & Geri Hyduk The Children & Youth Fellowship at Chapel

UMW
Chapel UMW met Thursday, December 1, at 1:30 p.m. at the church. Carolyn Kloster and Susan Beichley presented the program entitled, “Christmas Is.” They read various Christmas scriptures and the group sang Christmas carols as items representing Christmas were placed on and near an evergreen wreath. The angel reminds us that the song they sang is the music of Christmas. As we glorify and praise God, we pray peace will come on earth. The gold star represents the Heavenly beams shining to earth into the darkest places: God’s light shining in our darkness. The red heart represents love, the very essence of Christmas: “For God so loved the world…” The picture of the home reminds us that family is the story of Christmas. The Holy Child was a part of His family. Jesus, our brother, leads us to the Father. The Bible reminds that God is with us: “The Word became flesh.” And the lighted candle represents Jesus, born on Christmas, the Light of the World. President Kathryn Burt called the meeting to order at 1:50 p.m. Eleven members answered roll call by telling something they did with their siblings. The secretary’s minutes from the November meeting were read and approved. There was no correspondence. Shirley Svendsen gave the treasurer’s report, and it was approved. A bill for $6.00 was presented by Carolyn Kloster for rolls at the Harvest Home meal. Motion by Karen Handorf, seconded by Phyllis Mann to pay the bill. Motion carried. Reports: • Karen and Janice reported for the Cards committee. • Kathryn Burt gave the Social Concerns report for Lois Groth and reminded us of community concerns: House of Compassion and Angel Tree, as examples. She asked us to consider how we can reach out to people in our community who are hurting. A second item of social concern was a United Methodist Action letter describing how the Women’s Division of United Methodist Women marched in New York City in support of the Occupy Movement on Wall Street. Old business: • There were 35 shoeboxes collected from Chapel for Operation Christmas Child. UMW provided shipping fees for 15 of the shoeboxes, and some members of the congregation also donated for shipping expenses. New business: • Discussion on a December project ensued. There will be no projects in January or February, as UMW will not meet again until March. Motion by Susan Beichley, seconded by Karen Handorf to give $100 each to the Salvation Army and the Veteran’s Home Operation Christmas Tree. Motion carried. Items for the Iowa Correctional Institute will be collected at the March meeting. Items needed include: In all sizes – new bras, socks, and underwear. New (or like-new) blue jeans and khakis (all clothes need to be clean and in very good condition), sneakers, and shoes. In large size (not sample/travel) – shampoo, conditioner, hand/body lotion, toothpaste, toothbrushes, mouthwash, hair gel, soap, deodorant, bar soap, liquid hand soap, shaving cream; Suitcases, purses, and make-up bags; Misc personal items – razors, comb, hairbrush, hand mirror, tweezers, unopened makeup, perfume, sanitary napkins/ tampons, washcloth and towel, Q-tips, compact mirror, laundry soap, fabric softener, nail file and cuticle stick, manicure kits, toenail clipper, wallet, small pocket or purse size calendar, wrist watch. Small quantities of dressier pants, skirts, blouses, t-shirts, shirts, coats and jackets, mittens, gloves and warm scarves (All clothes need to be clean and in very good condition.) Susan will put an article in the newsletter. • There will be no meeting in January or February. The next meeting will be March 1, 2012, at 1:30 p.m. Janice Collins, Donna Lynch, and Connie Buchman will have the program. Roll call will be, “What was one of your favorite dinners as a child?” Carolyn Kloster will give the Social Action report. Hostesses are Shirley Svendsen and Lois Groth. Continued on page 9
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January 2012
Sun/Jan 1 New Years Day 9:30 am Sunday School 10:30 am Worship service ~ message by Jennifer Daniel, communion No YF Bible Study No UMW 9:00 am Men’s Bible study meet in Fellowship hall to discuss 2012 plans 9:30 am Sunday School 10:30am Worship service ~ Mission Minute & Children’s Church (Treats: Journey M & Owen C) Dehanging of Greens should be completed before today 6:00 pm Cub Scouts 7:00 pm YF Bible Study at Allen & Dee Burt’s home 2:00 pm Fellowship Hall reserved by John Fleming family 9:30 am Sunday School 10:30 am Worship service 12:00 pm Administrative Council meeting, lunch by Heidi Langenbau, Janice Collins & Carol Lamer 7:00 pm YF Bible Study at Allen & Dee Burt’s home 9:30 am Sunday School 10:30 am Worship service ~ message by District Supt Jackie Bradford 6:00 pm Cub Scouts 7:00 pm YF Bible Study at Allen & Dee Burt’s home 9:30 am Sunday School 10:30 am Worship service Wed/Jan 4 Thu/Jan 5 Sun/Jan 8

Mon/Jan 9 Wed/Jan 11 Sat/Jan 14 Sun/Jan 15

Wed/Jan 18 Sun/Jan 22 Mon/Jan 23 Wed/Jan 25 Sun/Jan 29

UMW (continued from page 8) Prayer requests were received. Kathryn read scripture from Job 19:23-27 and closed with prayer. A delicious salad was served by Karen Handorf and Nancy Peshel on tables decorated in a winter snowman theme. Secretary, Susan Beichley NO UMW MEETING IN JANUARY OR FEBRUARY The UMW will not meet in January or February. The next meeting will be March 1, 2012, at 1:30 p.m. at the church.

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A monthly publication of Chapel United Methodist Church Pastor ~ Dean J. Kelly Phone: 319-230-0627 or 319-290-8190 Email: irish@slrmail.com Church: 641-474-2278 Secretary ~ Cimber Strayer jcstrayer@hughes.net Group email: chapel@iastate.edu Chapel Blog: http://chapelfriends.blogspot.com/

Chapel Church 1597 Abbott Avenue Gladbrook IA 50635

2012
JAN 1 8 15 22 29 FEB 5 12 19 26

Ushers
Duane Mann & Bill Havelka Communion

Musicians
Kelly Newcomb & Kathryn Burt

Music & Flowers

Children's Sermon

Nursery

Sunday School

Darrel & Tammy Burt Kathryn Burt

Marla Clark-Hlas

Barbara Burt

Adult I: Kathryn Burt Parenting Class: Sue K./Dee B. M&M: Dan Steen Jr SS Opening: Janice Collins Pre-K/K: Janice Collins 1st-3rd: Ann Jackson 4th-6th: Cimber Strayer Jr/Sr High: Ben & Shauna Smith

Children’s Church (Treats: Journey Miell & Owen Collins) Susan Beichley Marla Clark-Hlas Cathy Vint

Barbara Burt

Donald & Phyllis Mann Dean Messerly Matt & Ann Jackson Gayle Krull & Susan Beichley & Duane Beichley Kathryn Burt Communion Randy & Susan Beichley Dale & Heidi Langenbau Kendall & Diana Collins Jim & Shirley Svendsen

Dee & Jacob Burt Dee & Jacob Burt Lynda & Journey Miell

Marla Clark-Hlas Children’s Church (Treats: Madison & Zach Krull) Susan Beichley Cathy Vint

Lynda & Journey Miell Morgan & Mackenzie Burt Morgan & Mackenzie Burt Dee & Jacob Burt

Adult I: Kathryn Burt Parenting Class: Sue K./Dee B. M&M: Ron Groth Jr SS Opening: Carol Lamer Pre-K/K: Two Girls 1st-3rd: Bill & Tammy Backoff 4th-6th: Carol Lamer Jr/Sr High: Ben & Shauna Smith

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