Trunk or Treat was a lot of fun. I want to thank the folks who decorated their trunks and handed out treats to the Trunk or Treaters. Also, a special thank you to our Navigators leaders who set up an obstacle course for the children to go through.
You may have noticed a memorial display set up outside made by our 9:30 a.m. class students in support of the White Supremacy teach-in. We learned that at least 90 people were lynched in Virginia after the Civil War. Students were also invited to view the movie “Marshall” to further their understanding of the Civil Rights Movement.
This year’s Festival of the Season will be held on Saturday, December 2nd from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. We will have crafts to make, cookies to decorate and the sanctuary tree to trim. Thanks to Jim Sanderson, we’ll have plenty of cards for the children to sign for seniors at local care facilities. Let us know if you have a friend or family member at one of the local nursing homes, and we will deliver personalized cards to them.
For the last few years, we have offered a RE-Gift store at our Festival of the Season. If you have gently used items that would make nice gifts for someone else, please plan to donate them to the RE-Gift store. If you have items that didn’t make it in our last yard sale, now is your chance to give them another life. The store is open to everyone of all ages. Please plan to bring items to the RE room at the Fellowship from now until December 2nd.
See You in the RE!