FRIDAY NOTES FOR THE WEEK OF JUNE 7, 2015:
1. Tomorrow, Saturday, those who are able will be helping at our first Work Party in a long time! There are "outside" jobs and "inside" jobs. Outside, I know, there are pruning and trimming to be done; inside, we have some lighter jobs in the kitchen, sanctuary, fellowship hall and office.
The activities start at 9 a.m. and we will knock off at 2 p.m. I have assessed what needs to be done inside and have posted lists in the kitchen, sanctuary and fellowship hall. Unless you have a burning desire to help in the office, I will take that on - since I am the one who uses it most. I will not be there until about 11 - so whoever gets there first can have first choice of task! Please bring with you any tools you are comfortable using. I have some cleaning cloths, for example, that we can use.
2. Then, after you have had a chance to rest and change clothes, you may come back at 6 p.m. for Games Night! Bingo Caller Milt will start us off around 6:30 and we will play a number of games - ending up with Blackout. To be eligible for the Blackout prize, you must participate in the regular games leading up to it. Please bring a finger-food snack, with extra to share, and any board/card games you would like to play after Bingo.
3. Sunday starts off with Prayer Time at 10:30, then worship at 11:00 - followed by Sermon Discussion at 12:20, during coffee time hosted by the Wenicks.
4. On Tuesday, the much-anticipated Rainbow City Band parade through the neighborhood starts at 7 pm, from out parking lot; after the parade, the Band returns to the parking lot, where all will be served ice cream!
5. NEXT Sunday, the 21st, is Fathers' Day - and our monthly potluck. Why not prepare some dish that was/is your dad's favorite and bring it - along with a friend - to enjoy the time!
6. On the 28th, immediately after worship, we will celebrate Charlette's graduation from North Seattle College. Her mother is here for a visit, and I know that we all will want to meet her!
7. At 2:00 p.m. on the 28th, there will be a memorial service for Elliott Walters at St. Barnabas Anglican Church in Seattle. Christine will give us details, and maybe some of us will carpool from here.