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June 2, 2019

posted May 30, 2019, 12:08 PM by Christine Rice

Today we will recognize our graduates: Madelyn Lease, Elaina Johnson and Brooklyn Koss.  During worship we will present them with quilts lovingly made by our quilting ladies.  We will have a prayer of blessing and hear a brief word about each of the graduates’ future plans.  After worship, join the grads for cake in their honor.  God bless you class of 2019.

 

Next Sunday is Pentecost.  Wear something red if you have it.

 

Vacation Bible School…is right around the corner!  SAVE THE DATES:  Sunday, June 23 through Thursday, June 27 each evening from 6:00—8:15p.m. We’ll start with dinner at 6:00p.m. followed by stories, crafts, games, and singing.  Registration forms and a parent letter can be found in the fellowship hall.  To all—please check out the sign-up board to bring cookies, help with a meal, or to help in other areas.  Children entering Kindergarten to 6th grade are invited!  Kids—don’t forget to invite a friend!

 

I would like to thank God for his blessings.  My nephew Dexter Allen is graduating from Medical School at University of Vermont.  He will be going onto orthopedic school in California.  Min Meseck 

 

Red Cross Blood Drive June 10th 1-6p here at FLC.  Go to redcross.org to sign up.

 

Lazy F Camp: Getting your family schedule lined up for the summer? Summer Camp at Lazy F in the Manastash Canyon, is a great option for the young ones in your life to grow in faith, make friends for life, get a rare chance to unplug from technology, and all the while have an incredibly fun week in God's beautiful creation. Go to lazyfcamp.org to see what is available this summer. PLUS!!! All families from Kittitas County will get an extra 15% OFF If they register before June 15th. When registering use the code: Kittco

 

You can now give a financial contribution by using the Vanco Give Plus app on your phone using your credit/debit card or savings/checking account.  Like any credit card use, there is a processing fee charged to the merchant/church.  There is an option you can check to pay a percentage to help cover that cost if you desire.  You will be given credit for the full amount you give.  You also have the option to select different funds to contribute to.  If a fund you want to contribute to is not listed, let the church office or James Stolte know and it can be added.  If you would like more information see James Stolte.


FISH Adopt a Shelf ….Protein….

             This summer June, July and August First Lutheran is adopting a shelf at FISH Food Bank. This shelf holds all kinds of protein, think heat and eat canned meals.  Such as beef stew, chili, chili mac, ravioli, corned beef hash and chicken & dumplings. (No tuna fish.) Generic is fine, and bringing one or two kinds will also work.  This shelf holds a lot of variety!  Please just bring them to church with you and fill our food bank box.  We would like to provide 50 cans a week.




Youth Activities

FLC Youth (grades 6 - 12)

 

Today:  Middle School Mayhem!  Prepare to get messy!  Chalk bombs, foamy slip-n-slides, balloons, confetti canons, etc!  Bring clothes that can get messed beyond messy and an extra set to change into after getting hosed down!  Showers are available, and I will have rides for youth who are too soggy bottomed to ride with their parents.   Italian sodas are on the menu.

 

June 14, Friday:  Trip to Cashmere.  We are leaving the church at 10 a.m. and headed to Brian's Bulldog Bowling for bowling, pizza buffet lunch, and fro-yo.  Bring $4 for your beverage and fro-yo.  The bowling and buffet is covered by our Easter Sunday fundraiser!  Don't forget your swimsuit, a towel, sunscreen, and $4 for entry fee to the Cashmere city pool.  Afterwards we will head over to Smallwood Harvest for exotic cotton candy and fresh fruit.

 

June 23 - 27:  VBS!!  Get out your crazy hats and sign up for a role on the board.  We need group leaders, crafty assistance, story teller team players, and more!  See Carla for details!

 

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