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The Fellowship Committee’s purpose is to provide the congregation activities which will provide a time to become better acquainted in an informal atmosphere.

After church each Sunday, we sponsor Coffee Hour.  Many thanks to everyone who so generously donates goodies and time to this important time each week.

Early in the year, we polled the congregation as to the activities they would like us to consider hosting in the future.  As an outgrowth of this poll, we developed the following calendar.

Italian Night (sometimes referred to as the Spaghetti Dinner).  Great food was enjoyed by all in a festively decorated hall.  After which, the overflowing crowd enjoyed and participated in the music and games provided by Bob Cole.  Our guest speaker enlightened us as to the struggles encountered by a Protestant in a predominately Catholic country.

Along with the Sunday School teachers and parents, we ended the regular Sunday schedule with a Family Picnic after church one beautiful June Sunday.

Members were very busy during the month of November.  We provided assistance of time and goodies for the musical program Psalms and Songs.  On Congregational Sunday, everyone attending enjoyed a luncheon of leftovers from Harvest Home.

Hanging of the Greens was well attended this year.  We met on Saturday at 3:00 p.m.  Decorating of the church and crafts for the children was followed by a covered dish dinner.

Many hands made the task of Taking Down the Greens and packing them away for another year a huge success.  Afterwards, we all enjoyed pizza for lunch.

Future events are posted on the Fellowship bulletin board.  Please continue to offer your services during coffee hour each Sunday.

                                                      Shirley Koller, Chair