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Lee Greenwood sings for many of us when he croons… “I’m Proud to be an American:”
If tomorrow all the things were gone I’d worked for all my life, And I had to start again With just my children and my wife, I’d thank my lucky stars To be livin’ here today ‘Cause the flag still stands for freedom And they can’t take that away. And I’m proud to be an American Where at least I know I’m free And I won’t forget the men who died Who gave that right to me… And I gladly stand up Next to you and defend her still today ‘Cause there ain’t no doubt I love this land… God Bless the U.S.A.!!

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Sun/ July 1Worship @ 10:30 am @ Union Grove Lake Youth Center; Fourth of July Picnic following (No Sunday School) Thurs/ July 57 pm UMW @ Chapel Program- Susan Beichley & Claire Handorf, Education Report- Karen Collins, Hostesses- Karen Collins & Marcia Wiese Sun/ July 8Sunday School @ 9:30 Worship (with Mission Minute & Children’s Church- Schewe’s treats) @ 10:30 Ad Council meeting after church (Kathryn Burt lunch) Wed/ July 111:30 LCA @ Chapel Hostess Vivian LeVier, Devotions- Harriett Fleming, Entertainment- Phyllis Mann Roll Call- your favorite Iowa celebration July 13-14Promise Keepers @ UNIDome in Cedar Falls Sun/ July 15Sunday School @ 9:30 Worship @ 10:30 Wed/ July 18Chapel going to I-Cubs game!! @ 7:05 pm July 18-22Central Iowa Fair Sun/ July 22Sunday School @ 9:30 am Worship @ 10:30 am Tentative Belize Team Meeting Newsletter items due!! Wed/ July 25RAGBRAI July 26-29Tama County Fair July 30-Aug 14- Love in Action Team to Belize

I want to use America as an acrostic and have each letter stand for a quality I love about this: Home of the Free and the Land of the Brave. A- APPRECIATION for democracy…consider Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq. M- MISSION “Liberty and Justice for ALL.” E- EDUCATION In America, we have a defined commitment to public education…an education for ALL its citizens. R- RELIGION In America, we guarantee a diversity of religion…a religious pluralism, not just a Christian pluralism. I- INITIATIVE People need initiative to succeed. We don’t want an America where we can sit back and have the government take care of us, unless it is absolutely necessary. C- CHARACTER America is blessed to have so many persons of character…our symbol is the Statue of Liberty… ”Send me your poor…Send me your hungry…” A- ATTITUDE America has always demonstrated a “can do” attitude. Attitude is probably the most important quality that you can have! This July 4th, let’s sing with Lee Greenwood… “I’m Proud To Be An American!”

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Welcome to Chapel’s New Secretary! Ann Jackson began her duties as Chapel's secretary at the beginning of June.   Ann is married to Matt and has three children, Frances, 8, Wyatt, 6, and Violet, 3.   Ann teaches Spanish and SOAR at GMG's secondary.   Ann grew up in Lawler, Iowa, the youngest of four children and attended Turkey Valley Schools.   She received her BA from Cornell College and recently finished her Master's Degree.   She is excited to add a new endeavor as Chapel's secretary.   In advance, she'd like to thank Sue Koster and Lori Odle for all their help organizing tasks, finding information and most of all, proofreading! Please submit all announcements and newsletter items to matt.jackson07@gmail.com. Her address is 1310 220th St, Garwin, Iowa and phone number is 641-473-2338. Ice Cream Social ! Chapel’s 85 th annual Ice Cream Social is history! We handcranked 190 gal lons total of vanilla, lemon and chocolate ice cream. We thank all of you who helped in any way and a special thanks to all who wore your ICS t-shirts. ! We are still in awe of your wonderful help. We served about 367, plus 100 church volunteers! Thank you, thank you, thank you! Chairs Dan & Tricia Steen; Jim & LeAnn Fleming; Lee & Patti Cornwell; Chris & Amy Bland; and Leon & Carol Lamer, advisors.
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MULTI-AGE SUMMER 2012 JR SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS July 1: Ann Jackson July 8: Diana Collins July 15: Marci Krull July 22: Heidi Langenbau July 29: Janice Collins Aug 5: Carol Lamer Aug 12: No SS, Visitation Sunday Aug 10: Susan Beichley Aug 26: Promotion Sunday

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1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 30 31 Ryan Hook Grace Schewe Joshua Yergler Andy & Sara (Koster) Schrodt Jacob Collins Brenda Arnote David Yungbluth Kyle Weitzell Tom Fleming Bill & Linda Havelka Larry Read Chuck Rosacker Darrin Anderson Bryce Newcomb Fred & Barb (Fleming) Yergler Doug Hlas Janine Anderson Marcia Smith Ryan & Crystal Anderson Beverly Worden Cael Handorf Tricia Steen Dennis Lemker Allison Schaffer Summer Langenbau Phil & Karen Collins John Winters Janel McVey Sullivan JJ Isaiah Sullivan Ryan Anderson Lori Odle Frances Jackson Linda (Collins) Reynolds TJ Schaffer Doug & Marla Hlas Cheryl (Appelgate) Callahan Aaron Bessman Shirley Svendsen Lynn Handorf Lois Groth Merle & Jane Appelgate Cam & Sara (Krull) Himes Adam Yungbluth William Worden

It was a full house socializing & enjoying almost 200 gallons of ice cream!!

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Administrative Council Meeting July 8 The Ad Council meeting will be July 8 after church. We hope the following members will be able to attend the meeting right after church: Pastor Dean, Allen & Dee Burt, Leon Lamer, Lori Odle, Stan & Sue Koster, Randy & Susan Beichley, Jim Fleming, Doug & Linda Svendsen, Barbara Burt, Matt & Ann Jackson, Ben & Shauna Smith, Vaugn & Carolyn Kloster, John Richter, Dan & Tricia Steen, Heidi Langenbau, Rick Bessman, Marla Hlas, Janice Collins, Mike Vint, Kathryn Burt, Donald Mann, Nancy Peshel, Lynn Beichley, Jeff Koster, Connie Appelgate, Darrel Burt, Shirley Svendsen, and Lee Cornwell. Their families are also welcome to eat. Kathryn Burt will provide the lunch. Adult Sunday School Openings Four Sunday School superintendents, Ron Groth, John Richter, Mike Vint and Jim Fleming, take turns giving much “food for thought” from 9:30-9:40 each Sunday. Please include this ten minutes as part of your Sunday School experience! Parenting Class The parenting class will be held through July 8. Then, the group will take a break until September 2 when anyone interested may come to their new Family Life class.
Can You Help? Thank you to the following people for signing up for, and completing, needed projects at church: Cleaned gutters: Jim Fleming Painted men’s bathroom: Chris & Amy Bland Removed tree stumps: Mike Vint Fertilized grass around church: Mike Vint Sprayed for dandelions: Stan Koster Removed speaker in sanctuary: Leon Lamer & Dan Steen Now, it’s your turn to volunteer for any of the tasks below! Please get approval from Leon Lamer, trustee chair; sign up on the back bulletin board; complete task; and then write “Done” after you complete the project: 1. Paint wrought iron railing. 2. Paint southwest entry to church. 3. Paint basement. 4. Paint hallway by upstairs nursery. 5. Clean lights in Fellowship Hall. 6. Install new light in overflow room. 7. Put inspirational word art in classrooms and fellowship hall (get approval first). 8. Put in new floor covering on west stairs from overflow room to basement. 9. Paint walls on west stairs from overflow room to basement. Thank you for considering any of these projects to beautify Chapel Church.

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Cindy Ormston, continuing chemo until August Bill Ormston, recuperating from cancer treatments Pastor Dean, tests at Mayo Clinic May 28-June 5. Nick Niedermann, health concerns Ann Jackson’s college friend, Megan, who is expecting twins in Sept. but one, Lorraine, has passed away. Pray for safety of other baby. Martha Bessman, weakened health Vaugn Kloster had a “Zenker's diverticulotomy” procedure done in June. Everything went well- PTL! Will Worden recuperating from jaw surgery June 19 Willie Gadson, Mike Mann’s college wrestling coach battle stage 4 lung cancer Summer youth ministry

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Sun/Aug 12Visitation Sunday, no Sunday School or church Sun/ Aug 26Promotion Sunday, No regular Sunday School Thurs/Sept 137:00 pm, Volunteers meeting at Sue Koster’s Fri/Sept 14Volunteers serve lunch to Gladbrook’s senior citizens at Chapel

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Memorial Day Service Sunday morning worship continued on May 27 with a memorial service at Chapel Hill cemetery to honor all of the veterans buried there. Randy Beichley read a “Memorial Day Proclamation,” and a poem, “Freedom Isn’t Free,” was read by Claire Handorf. The group sang “Battle Hymn of the Republic” with Susan Beichley’s flute accompaniment. The reading of the deceased veterans was read by Randy Beichley while family members or children distributed the flowers on the graves. Pastor Dean gave the benediction, and Marvalyn Kelly played “Taps.” This annual remembrance reminds us of the sacrifices and
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Cimber Strayer works at Oakview Nursing Home in Conrad 10 pm to 6 am four or five nights a week. She is working as an LPN while waiting to take her board exam. Marla Hlas traveled to Europe recently for work. Jake Hlas enjoyed church camp June 4-8. Ann Jackson started June 3 as Chapel’s secretary – Welcome, Ann!

Fourth (First!) of July Picnic
Plan now to attend Chapel’s annual 4th of July celebration on SUNDAY, JULY 1st! To celebrate Independence Day, we will hold services at 10:30 am at the Union Grove Youth Center on the north side of Union Grove Lake. (Please note, there will be no Sunday School on the first). Immediately following services we’ll all join in a picnic! Please bring table service and a covered dish to share. Sunday School class assignments for the picnic are: Set-up Tables- Adult I Drinks- Adult II Ice Cream- M&M Games- YF & Parenting We hope you can join us for food, fellowship and fun on July 1st!

Found in pew: clip-on earring with small stones in it, as well as a necklace. They’re on back bulletin board. Lori Odle has returned from her mission trip to Tanzania. She preached June 3 on “Stepping Stones: A Mission Story.” We need to carry God’s message outside our doors and into the world. She gave everyone a prayer stone. Over 100 kids participated in Vacation Bible School this year!!

There have been good turn-outs of teens participating in SNCAL!! Way to go, Jay!! Sue Koster is UMW’s School of Christian Mission pianist at Iowa Valley July 15-18.

Claire & Lynn Handorf have a new email address.  It is handorf@dishmail.net

VBS : Kick i n ’ I t O l d S c h o ol !

The GMG Community Bible School, “Kickin’ It Old School,” was held the week of June 11-15 at the Garwin United Methodist Church and also the Christian Church from 8:30 – 11:45 am. Several area churches participated in the Bible School. About 120 children attended and over 20 adults, junior high and high school students helped everyday. Students participated in an Opening and Closing by the music group, Go Fish; Songtime; Bible Study; Games; Craft; and Lunch. Each activity, even the food, matched the theme of the day. The week concluded with a powerful outreach program on Sunday, June 17, at the Garwin United Methodist Church at 9:15 am.
Participants included: PRESCHOOL: Rider Kupka, Westin Deal, Sam Hass, Rhianna Murty, Jocie Parks, Avery Duden, Hadlee Hempy, Weston Hempy, Emmitt Petermeier, Macie Sanders, Olivia Siemens, Violet Jackson, Jay Bessman, Colin Teske, Abby Kemp, Gracie Deal, Grady Dieleman, Jacob Collins, Codi Hulin, Jacob Cornwell, Izzy Cobb, Vaeda Brian, Raegan Snyder, Jonas Hessenius, Chloe Van Huein & Jayden Sevilla LEADER: Lynne Bovenmyer HELPERS: Melisa Dieleman, Gail Hass, Summer Langenbau, Sam Aman KINDERGARTEN: Devon Howell, Abby Parks, Haley Balmer, Shelby Bovenmyer, Emilie Claussen, Jabari Woodbury, Bryson Kriegel, Austin Vaverka, Matthew Deschamp, Reese Dieleman, Alivia Edens & Allison Vaverka, Ben Soy LEADER: Heidi Langenbau HELPERS: Nick Neidermann, Justin Welton FIRST & SECOND GRADE: Brayden Duden, Lenah Hood, Lewis Hass, Owen Bovenmyer, Brenna Hempy, Jessica Johnson, Karsyn Broekemeier, Zachary Burgess, Gwen Schaffer, Desirae Baldazo, Wyatt Jackson, Carter Anderson, Owen Collins, Carter Kemp, Abe Dieleman, Bryce Edens, Noah Teske, Jenna Yilek, Emma Beeghly, JJ Hornburg, Kaylee Faircloth, Hannah Vaverka, Brayden Anderson, & Kaylea Duden LEADER: Lacy Starits HELPERS: Kali Derby, Chase Winters THIRD & FOURTH GRADE: Layne Murty, Conner Murty, Zach Krull, Andrew Johnson, Jevan Stokley, Cooper Langenbau, Christian Deam, Saylor Hempy, Hallie Claussen, Stephenie Claussen, Kaci Krier, Reahana VanRees, Seth Burgess, Alli Schaffer, Ayden Kelley, Angel Schewe, Grace Schewe, Frances Jackson, Seth Derby, Brock Teske, Jackson Edens, Baliey Anderson, Ross Murty, Jordan Yilek, Nick Collins, Ashanti Johnson, Madisyn Anderson, Chole Cornwell, Jaydn Hessinius & Jace Hlas, Hunter Faircloth LEADER: Kari Hornburg HELPER: Sierra Winters, Darrin Anderson, Aaron Martin FIFTH & SIXTH GRADE: Tory Novotny, Madison Krull, Isaac Neel, Kyla Krier, Brian Kriegel, Presley Bland, Kasey Winters, Kelsey Vaverka, Peyton Gallentine, Mable Dieleman, Andrew Collins, Cade Bovenmyer, Sidney Catherwood, Logan Anderson, JJ Wilson, Daniel Hughes & Jazmen Stokley LEADER: Ann Jackson VBS DIRECTOR- Larae Edens MUSIC: Sue Koster LESSON: Jill Roberts, Bryce Anderson CRAFT: Megan Teske, Jeff Teske, Kelly Konicek, Darlene Bovenmyer, Lansana Moore, Emma Schaffer GAME: Christine Deam, Cole Langebau SNACK: Diana Collins, Connie Jackosn, Kathleen Malkin, Virginia Eckhart, Winona Paustian TRANSPORTATION: Curt Bacon, Greg Ochs

Please forgive us if anyone was overlooked. Thank you to all who brought your children and donated food and other items to Bible School. It was a "Kickin It Old School" good-time by all, and we hope to see you next year!

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ello Chapel Church! For an update on SNCAL it has been going well. We start the night by hanging out usually playing ping pong, bag toss, ladder golf, and then we end up playing some sand volleyball games. After this we head inside, eat some food, and then have a devotion. The last devotion was about, “How do you know if God is speaking to you?” So I will break it down and tell you what we went over. There are so many ways that God speaks to us, and I had a list of seven ways that we talked about. These are just seven ways that I thought of; don’t get me wrong these are not the only ways that God speaks to us! The list goes: 1.! Still small voice. (the voice that you talk to yourself with) 2.! Prophetically (visions, words from God, and imagination) 3.! Dreams 4.! Movies, Creation, and Life Situations 5.! The Bible, as well as other Books 6.! Pastors 7.! People So these are ways God can speak to us. Now how do we know if it is God speaking or not? For this question I have three different ways to check if it is God: 1. Does it line up with Scripture? If it goes against God’s word (the Bible), then it isn’t God that you are hearing from. 2. If it doesn’t leave you. 1 Samuel 3: 4-10 (4 Then the Lord

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am; you called me.” But Eli said, “I did not call; go back and lie down.” So he went and lay down. 6 Again the Lord called, “Samuel!” And Samuel got up and went to Eli and said, “Here I am; you called me.” “My son,” Eli said, “I did not call; go back and lie down.” 7 Now Samuel did

So this was our devotion on June 9th for SNCAL. After the devotion we hung out, and some stayed a while longer and watched a movie. Next week we will be breaking down God’s story from creation to the New Covenant. -Jay

not yet know the Lord: The word of the Lord had not yet Church Membership been revealed to him. 8 A third If anyone who is not a member at Chapel would like to join us time the Lord called, “Samuel!” And Samuel got up as members, please contact Pastor Dean as soon as and went to Eli and said, possible, 319-230-0627 or “Here I am; you called me.” 3 1 9 - 2 9 0 - 8 1 9 0 , Then Eli realized that the 9 So irish@slrmail.com. We want to Lord was calling the boy. include everyone who is Eli told Samuel, “Go and lie down, and if he calls you, say, interested.  We would love to ‘Speak, Lord, for your servant have you as members! is listening.’” So Samuel went and lay down in his place. 10 The Lord came and stood there, calling as at the other times, “Samuel! Samuel! ” Then Samuel said, “Speak, for your servant is listening.”) If something keeps being brought back to you, even after dismissing it multiple times, it very well could be God. 3. If it builds you up or convicts you. 1 Timothy 3:16 “All scripture is God-breathed and useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting, and training in righteousness.” Convicts would mean it reveals to you that something you have been doing is not what God wants you to do. Builds you up means makes you feel confirmed that you are loved and valuable to God.

Worship Attendance May 6: 121 May 13: 110 May 20: 100 May 27: 60 June 3- 91 June 10- 113

called Samuel. Samuel answered, “Here I am. ” 5 And he ran to Eli and said, “Here I

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TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME!!!! We hope you will join Chapel baseball fans as we go to the ICubs game on Wed, July 18, at 7:05 pm in Principal Park, Des Moines as the ICubs take on the New Orleans Zephyrs! Please let Doug Svendsen know by Sunday, June 24, if you plan to attend. Last year most people worked out their own car pooling, but if you would like to meet at the GMG Elementary, please let Doug know. Thank you, and Go Cubs! LCA MINUTES The Ladies Cemetery Aid met for a luncheon on June 13, 2012 at Gifts of Grace in Gladbrook. President Kathryn Burt called the meeting to order at 1:30 pm. Shirley Svendsen led devotions with a reading, “I Am The Flag.” She closed with prayer. Roll call was answered by seven members naming their favorite summer spot. Minutes of the May meeting were read and approved. There was no correspondence. Shirley Svendsen gave the treasurer’s report. Her report was accepted and placed on file. There was no old or new business. Committee Reports: Funomics this month is $.25 if you have your chicken ready for the ice cream social, and $.50 if you have not. Thank you to all those who helped with the avenue of flags for the Memorial Day weekend. Vivian took all the flags and she reported some were in need of repair and some were beyond repair and will need to be destroyed. She will see that the flags will be given to a Legion Post for disposal. The next day for the flags to be flown will be Thursday, June 14, Flag Day. Our next meeting will be July 11, at the church. Hostess is Vivian LeVier; devotions, Harriett Fleming; entertainment, Phyllis Mann. Roll call is your favorite Iowa celebration. Kathryn Burt closed the meeting with a reading. Harriet Fleming entertained with facts about our flag and a Flag Day word search. Respectfully submitted, Carolyn Kloster, secretary

Benefit for Coach Gadson Mike Mann’s coach at college, Willie Gadson, has been diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer. Please come to a benefit for him Saturday, June 30, 6:30- midnight at the Isle Casino Hotel, Waterloo Ballroom. You may keep up to date with Willie’s health at www.battle4gadson.com.

Fourth of July!!!

Have a SAFE & HAPPY

CHAPEL CHURCH growing in faith...sharing God’s love
A monthly publication of Chapel United Methodist Church 1597Abbott Avenue Gladbrook, Iowa 50635 Pastor Dean J. Kelly Phone: (319)230-0627 or (319)290-8190 Email: irish@slrmail.com Church: (641)474-2278 Secretary Ann Jackson Phone: (641)473-2338 Email: matt.jackson07@gmail.com Group Email: chapel@iastate.edu Chapel Blog: http://chapelfriends.blogspot.com/ Ushers July 1 Lynn Beichley & Dale Langenbau Wors hip Leader To be determined... Musicians Kelly Newcomb & Sue Koster Ben & Shauna Smith Communion Larry & Janice Collins Ross & Beverly Iverson Marla Hlas Ann Jackson Music & Fl owers Children’s sermon Nursery Sunday School Adult I: Kathryn Burt Parenting Class: Dee Burt & Sue Koster M&M: Mike Vint

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Pre-6th: Multi-Age (see page 2) Jr/Sr High: Randy & Susan Beichley

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Dan & Sarah Beane Ron & Jeff Koster Bill & Cindy Ormston Communion To be determined... Marcia Wiese & Marvalyn Kelly Mike & Cathy Vint

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