February 20, 2020


JOIN US FOR WORSHIP
THIS SUNDAY, February 23rd, The Last Sunday after Epiphany,  there will be two services at 8 and 10 a.m.

CENTERING PRAYER  
Tuesdays at 5:00 p.m.


MORNING PRAYER 
Wednesday mornings at 9:00 a.m.






SERVICES
February 26th
NOON AND 7:00 PM




WE HOPE YOU WILL JOIN US FOR WORSHIP
and FELLOWSHIP

READINGS FOR SUNDAY
Sunday, February 23rd
 The Last Sunday after Epiphany
Year A

Exodus 24:12-18
Psalm 99
2 Peter 1:16-21
Matthew 17:1-9



READERS FOR THIS SUNDAY:
1st Reading: Bruce Kennedy
2nd Reading: Davis Dassori
Prayers: Sally DeGroot

Click below to see the readings: 

FROM THE RECTOR

Sunday is Vitality Sunday! All congregations in the diocese have been asked to set aside some time to take stock of the state of our relationship with God and each other in Christ. A pastoral letter from Bishop Rob will be read and parishioners will be given a short survey to complete. Instead of typical metrics, such as average Sunday attendance, this survey seeks to evaluate elements of vitality in our congregations.

It's a very brief survey, and responses will be tallied immediately so that we can see results after the services. Please plan to stay for a short discussion after coffee hour.

Our Lenten study group this year will meet on Wednesdays during Lent beginning on March 4. We will begin at noon with a simple meal of soup and salad, and end at 1:30 p.m. We are using Amy-Jill Levine’s book, Entering the Passion of Christ: A Beginner’s Guide to Holy Week.

Here are several other offerings for Lenten studies:
THE SIGNS OF LIFE CURRICULUM for individuals and congregations is offered by the Society for St. John the Evangelist and Lifelong Learning at Virginia Theological Seminary. This free 5-week offering on light, water, food, shelter, and community encourages individuals and groups to explore the riches of our faith tradition. Materials are available on the table in the Parish Hall. If you would like to join an online discussion group, Tina Pickering, Canon for Ministry Development, is facilitating a small online group that will meet for five Mondays at 5:00 pm, starting March 2nd. To use the free online conference call Zoom platform, you will simply need an internet connection and a webcam-equipped computer, tablet, or smart phone. Register for Canon Tina's group here.

SAVE THE DATE: LAY LENTEN QUIET DAY WITH THE BISHOP
Bishop Rob will lead a Lay Lenten Quiet Day on Saturday, March 21st at St. Barnabas Church in Berlin. The quiet day will run from 9:30 am to 3:00 pm with lunch included. More information will be forthcoming.

"BLOWN BY THE SPIRIT" LENTEN QUIET DAY
The women of the diocese are invited to join the VT/NH chapter of the Society of the Companions of the Holy Cross for a Lenten Quiet Day, “Blown by the Spirit, Where are You Led?” It will be held at St. Andrew’s in Hopkinton on Saturday, March 14. Please arrive for 9:30 am, program runs from 10:00 am to 2:30 pm. Contact Marti Hunt for more information and to RSVP.

AND DON’T FORGET LENT MADNESS! Brackets are available for your personal use, and the large bracket is posted on the kitchen door. There is also a copy of “The Saintly Scorecard,” the official guide to Lent Madness 2020, featuring the biographies of the thirty-two saints in contention for the Golden Halo. Please enjoy it in the Parish Hall, and leave it for others to peruse.

Caroline
PREPARATION FOR LENT WORKSHOP
IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO JOIN US EVEN IF YOU HAVE NOT SIGNED UP!
Please join us even if only for part of the morning.
Saturday, February 22, 2020
9:30am – 12:30pm
Create in me a clean heart, O God, and renew a right spirit within me.
Cast me not away from your presence and take not your holy Spirit from me.
Give me the joy of your saving help again and sustain me with your bountiful Spirit.
                                                                                Psalm 51:10-12
Each year, as we are invited to observe a holy Lent at the Ash Wednesday service, we pray these lines from Psalm 51. The season for returning and renewal encourages us to times of self-examination and repentance; prayer, fasting, self-denial, reading and meditating on God's holy Word.
Perhaps you have established habits which support you or maybe you are looking for inspiration in shaping a practice for the Lenten season.  Please plan to attend this workshop in which we will look at and try on different practices of prayer. We will consider what are the components of a prayer practice, how to get started and how to keep it going.
Facilitated by Christi Humphrey, the workshop will include times for prayer, contemplation, and conversation.
Christi Humphrey MDiv, is a spiritual director, retreat facilitator, and a colleague at the Bethany House of Prayer in Arlington, MA. She holds a Certificate in Spiritual Direction from the Center for Religious Development. For twenty years, Christi has accompanied others on their spiritual journey through various projects -- spiritual formation groups, pilgrimages, mission trips, and as a Minister of Spiritual Care.

INTERFAITH PRAYER
INTERFAITH PRAYER VIGILS FOR IMMIGRANT JUSTICE
Please join us and participate in an important act of witness and solidarity. Interfaith Prayer Vigils and Jericho Walks take place on the first and third Tuesdays of each month from 9:00 am - 10:15 am at the Norris Cotton Federal Building, 275 Chestnut Street, Manchester. Upcoming Prayer Vigils and Jericho Walks are 
Tuesdays, March 3rd and March 17th

The walks’ name refers to the the biblical story which describes the walls of Jericho falling down after the Israelites marched around the city seven times. (Joshua 6:15-27)  More information about the Jericho Walks can be found at https://www.afsc.org/blogs/news-and-commentary/bringing-down-walls-our-unjust-immigration-system.

If you would like to carpool please be in touch with Christi Humphrey, cchumphrey@comcast.net.

SHROVE TUESDAY

February 25, 2020





PLEASE HELP WITH DESSERTS!
We are looking for your
chocolate decadent delights to
share on Shrove Tuesday.

Please bring a dessert to share!
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY

Please keep in mind during the winter when the weather looks questionable for safe travel to call the church before you leave home to check for schedule changes. If a storm comes in on Saturday evening or Sunday, I will make a judgment by 7:00 AM about whether to hold, cancel, or delay services. Cancellations will posted on WMUR9. PLEASE do not travel if it feels unsafe to you. Enjoy a Sabbath morning at home and remember St. Andrew’s in your prayers.

If only the 8:00 a.m. service is canceled, an email will be sent out to the regular 8:00 attendees.
SAFE CHURCH
If you are up for Safe Church Renewal
you must do your renewal modules on Armatus
then sign up for one of the following meetings online.

Safe Church Zoom Call
If you have questions, please contact Safe Church Minister, Marty Cloran.

PRAYER SHAWL MINISTRY
Come join us! Knitting skills not required.
1st and 3rd Wednesday morning at 10:15 a.m.


If you knit or crochet (or would like to learn how to) and are led to engaging in an outreach mission that provides physical and spiritual comfort to those in need, please join us on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month at 10:15 AM in the Prince Room. We are a joyous group that will keep you in stitches! The coffee and tea will be on and new members are always welcome. If you have any questions, please call Lin Frank at 323-0402.

DINNER BELL
 

 Dinner Bell cook teams for the month of February are:

23   Slader

Thank you for your volunteer
work in this special Outreach program!

FOOD FOR THOUGHT


RESIST
It’s an active word.  It takes practice, effort.  I heard the command over and over in my daughter’s ballet class.  After a pirouette, the teacher would call out: “Pause... hold... RESIST.”
After a delay, a hanging in the air, the dancers would place their heel gently on the floor and come to a rest.  Every turn, every lunge, every grand plie was followed by that same instruction: “Pause... hold... RESIST.”  
Resist the pull of gravity for just a second.  
Resist the urge to land where you normally land. 
Resist.  It’s a command that runs through scripture, from the midwives who resisted Pharaoh to Jesus who resisted temptation. 
It’s a helpful word for Lent, which begins today.  Resist your typical response. Resist yelling at the kids when you are frustrated.  Resist withdrawing when you are depressed and eating when you are stressed. 
The season of Lent asks:  What do you need to resist?  Consumption?  Taking on too much?  Being too hard on yourself?  Hopelessness?  Apathy?  Turning a blind eye to the violence in Syria and Venezuela? 
Resist.  It takes forty days, and then some.  
In the 1700s, Marie Durand was imprisoned in France in the Tower of Constance for thirty-eight years for practicing her faith.  During her long imprisonment, she used her finger to carve the French word “resiste” into a stone block. 
It takes a long time to carve stone with your finger.  So it is with Lent. 
If our goal is to be different people come Easter Sunday than we are on Ash Wednesday, we must take time, step back, and evaluate our patterns.  It will take active effort, intentional practice, and a supportive community. 
If you want to land somewhere different? 
Pause... hold... RESIST. 
+++++
From the SALT Project

By the Rev. Holly McKissick, Pastor of Peace Christian Church (UCC)
COMMUNITY FOOD CENTER
The Food Pantry thanks you for your contributions throughout the year.



The Community Food Center (CFC), which operates out of St. Andrew’s Church on Old Route 25 in Tamworth, is looking for new volunteers to help with this important program.  The Center is open on Tuesdays and Fridays from 10:00 am to noon for clients to come in and pick up their food. On each of these days, two volunteers staff the Center and a CFC Board Member is on hand to help and answer questions. Scheduling is done bi-monthly and substitutes provide flexibility for volunteers who have other commitments. 

FROM Deb IN THE OFFICE
I will be out of the office from February 25-March 5th having shoulder surgery on the 25th, followed by a period of recovery.

I will be looking for angels to help in the office during the month of March with bulletin assembly and maybe various other tasks that I would need a right arm for.  If you can help please drop an email to the office or let Rev. Caroline know. Thank you in advance for you assistance.
Debra

February  BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES
If you do not see your birthday or anniversary listed, please make sure Deb in the office has an information sheet on file for you.

Birthdays
2        Joan Marshall
3        Carolyn Boldt
7        David Manley
13      Bill May
14      Linnea Frank
17      Nathalie Smith
20      Tom Huckman
21      Judy Grace
26      Melissa Bunker

Anniversaries
14      Ken & Debra Hoyt
20      Bill & Valerie May

PHOTO GALLERY
Photos courtesy of 


February 13, 2020


JOIN US FOR WORSHIP
THIS SUNDAY, February 16th, The Sixth Sunday after Epiphany,  there will be two services at 8 and 10 a.m.

CENTERING PRAYER  
Tuesdays at 5:00 p.m.

MORNING PRAYER 
Wednesday mornings at 9:00 a.m.

WE HOPE YOU WILL JOIN US FOR WORSHIP
and FELLOWSHIP

READINGS FOR SUNDAY
Sunday, February 16th
 The Sixth Sunday after Epiphany
Year A

Deuteronomy 30:15-20
Psalm 119:1-8

1 Corinthians 3:1-9
Matthew 5:21-37



READERS FOR THIS SUNDAY:
1st Reading: Jonathan Brady
2nd Reading: Marty Cloran
Prayers: Chris Boldt

Click below to see the readings: 

FROM THE RECTOR

Online Lenten Offering from the Brothers of the Society of St. John the Evangelist

Note: if you already receive daily emails from SSJE, there is nothing you need to do; you will automatically receive this offering.


Signs of Life: Why Church Matters.

This series comes right from the heart of our life as monks, and we are excited to share with you an offering like none we’ve ever made before. This series takes up the signs and symbols of our shared Christian worship, illustrated by rich footage of our own life here at the monastery.

What to expect:

· Each Sunday we will send out a 15-minute video on that week’s topic, featuring Brothers in conversation, exploring the symbols of Light, Water, Food, Shelter and Community, as they appear in Scripture, worship, and our own experience.

· Each weekday we will modify “Brother, Give Us a Word” to include a short written mediation and a daily practice to inspire you to further reflection on the weekly theme. These daily practices bring Signs of Life together with the Episcopal Church’s Way of Love, two complementary approaches to our shared vision of living a Jesus-centered life.

Your daily “Brother, Give Us a Word” email will automatically include the Signs of Life videos, meditations, and practices during Lent 2020 (no need to subscribe separately).

If you wish to receive additional information about Signs of Life, click here and we will keep you updated.

We have been delighted by the positive feedback from those of you who are already planning to use this series as your Lenten practice. We believe this will be our best offering to date.

We look forward to exploring the Signs of Life with you all,

Br. James Koester SSJE
Superior

Caroline
PREPARATION FOR LENT WORKSHOP
Saint Andrew’s in the Valley Episcopal Church, Tamworth, NH
Saturday, February 22, 2020
9:30am – 12:30pm
Create in me a clean heart, O God, and renew a right spirit within me.
Cast me not away from your presence and take not your holy Spirit from me.
Give me the joy of your saving help again and sustain me with your bountiful Spirit.
                                                                                Psalm 51:10-12
Each year, as we are invited to observe a holy Lent at the Ash Wednesday service, we pray these lines from Psalm 51. The season for returning and renewal encourages us to times of self-examination and repentance; prayer, fasting, self-denial, reading and meditating on God's holy Word.
Perhaps you have established habits which support you or maybe you are looking for inspiration in shaping a practice for the Lenten season.  Please plan to attend this workshop in which we will look at and try on different practices of prayer. We will consider what are the components of a prayer practice, how to get started and how to keep it going.
Facilitated by Christi Humphrey, the workshop will include times for prayer, contemplation, and conversation.
Christi Humphrey MDiv, is a spiritual director, retreat facilitator, and a colleague at the Bethany House of Prayer in Arlington, MA. She holds a Certificate in Spiritual Direction from the Center for Religious Development. For twenty years, Christi has accompanied others on their spiritual journey through various projects -- spiritual formation groups, pilgrimages, mission trips, and as a Minister of Spiritual Care.

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY

Please keep in mind during the winter when the weather looks questionable for safe travel to call the church before you leave home to check for schedule changes. If a storm comes in on Saturday evening or Sunday, I will make a judgment by 7:00 AM about whether to hold, cancel, or delay services. Cancellations will posted on WMUR9. PLEASE do not travel if it feels unsafe to you. Enjoy a Sabbath morning at home and remember St. Andrew’s in your prayers.

If only the 8:00 a.m. service is canceled, an email will be sent out to the regular 8:00 attendees.
SAFE CHURCH
If you are up for Safe Church Renewal
you must do your renewal modules on Armatus
then sign up for one of the following meetings online.

Safe Church Zoom Call
If you have questions, please contact Safe Church Minister, Marty Cloran.

PRAYER SHAWL MINISTRY
Come join us! Knitting skills not required.
1st and 3rd Wednesday morning at 10:15 a.m.


If you knit or crochet (or would like to learn how to) and are led to engaging in an outreach mission that provides physical and spiritual comfort to those in need, please join us on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month at 10:15 AM in the Prince Room. We are a joyous group that will keep you in stitches! The coffee and tea will be on and new members are always welcome. If you have any questions, please call Lin Frank at 323-0402.

DINNER BELL
 

 Dinner Bell cook teams for the month of February are:

16   Tubman
23   Slader

Thank you for your volunteer
work in this special Outreach program!

FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Revelation

God creates with love and tenderness and in God’s image. The imprint of God’s very hand – the divine potter – is on everything he created. This intimacy between creator and created is very important, because the created world – the trees and flowers and birds, the sunshine – even the snow! – have the power to reveal God to us.

-Br. Geoffrey Tristram
Society of Saint John the Evangelist
COMMUNITY FOOD CENTER
The Food Pantry thanks you for your contributions throughout the year.



The Community Food Center (CFC), which operates out of St. Andrew’s Church on Old Route 25 in Tamworth, is looking for new volunteers to help with this important program.  The Center is open on Tuesdays and Fridays from 10:00 am to noon for clients to come in and pick up their food. On each of these days, two volunteers staff the Center and a CFC Board Member is on hand to help and answer questions. Scheduling is done bi-monthly and substitutes provide flexibility for volunteers who have other commitments. 

FROM Deb IN THE OFFICE


Not a sports fan here!  But I thought I would give Lent Madness a try in 2019. I encouraged my husband to join me in a friendly competition to reach the Golden Halo winner and we both had so much fun. I received the emails and forwarded them to him and kept a separate bracket chart for each of us. (You can easily download a printable pdf of the bracket here)

Not only was it fun to team up with someone....but it was especially fun to learn about the different Saints and their backgrounds.  So many not so very well known but their services and contributions were just as important as those who are.

I encourage you to try this out even if you don't enjoy sports. It's very easy. Sign up for the emails and you can place your vote for your "Saintly" pick each week. 


Watch the bracket posted on the Kitchen door during Lent Madness!

February  BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES
If you do not see your birthday or anniversary listed, please make sure Deb in the office has an information sheet on file for you.

Birthdays
2        Joan Marshall
3        Carolyn Boldt
7        David Manley
13      Bill May
14      Linnea Frank
17      Nathalie Smith
20      Tom Huckman
21      Judy Grace
26      Melissa Bunker

Anniversaries
14      Ken & Debra Hoyt
20      Bill & Valerie May

PHOTO GALLERY
Photos courtesy of 


February 6, 2020



JOIN US FOR WORSHIP
THIS SUNDAY, February 9th, The Fifth Sunday after Epiphany,  there will be two services at 8 and 10 a.m.

CENTERING PRAYER  
Tuesdays at 5:00 p.m.

MORNING PRAYER 
Wednesday mornings at 9:00 a.m.

WE HOPE YOU WILL JOIN US FOR WORSHIP
and FELLOWSHIP

READINGS FOR SUNDAY
Sunday, February 9th
 The Fifth Sunday after Epiphany
Year A

Isaiah 58:1-9a
Psalm 112:1-9
1 Corinthians 2:1-12
Matthew 5:13-20



READERS FOR THIS SUNDAY:
1st Reading: Gretchen Behr-Svendsen
2nd Reading: Dale Appleton
Prayers: Sammie Wakefield

Click below to see the readings: 

FROM THE RECTOR

As noted last week we will have two offerings during Lent this year: a Preparation for Lent Workshop, offered by Christi Humphrey, which will be held on Saturday morning, February 22, 9:30-12:30 (please see below for more information) and a book study using Amy-Jill Levine’s book, Entering the Passion of Jesus: A Beginner’s Guide to Holy Week. It’s available on Amazon at:  https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1501869558/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

The book study will be held on Wednesdays during Lent beginning on March 4. It will be held at either Noon or 5:30 p.m., to be determined by your availability and preference. We will begin with a simple meal of soup and salad. Please let me know if you plan to participate and which time you are available.  You can email me at RectorSAITV@gmail.com or let me know on the sign-up sheet in the parish hall.

Everyone is again invited to participate in Lent Madness. The large bracket poster has been ordered and will be hung outside the kitchen as soon as it arrives. For those of you who are new to Lent Madness, here’s a blurb from the website:

With its unique blend of competition, learning, and humor, Lent Madness allows participants to be inspired by the ways in which God has worked through the lives of saintly souls across generations and cultures. Throughout Lent, thirty-two saints will do battle to win the coveted Golden Halo. Based loosely on the NCAA basketball tournament of a similar name, this online devotion pits saints against one another in a bracket as voters choose their favorites throughout this penitential season.
Here’s how to participate: on the weekdays of Lent, information is posted at www.lentmadness.org about two different saints. Each pairing remains open for 24 hours as participants read about and then vote to determine which saint moves on to the next round. Sixteen saints make it to the Round of the Saintly Sixteen; eight advance to the Round of the Elate Eight; four make it to the Faithful Four; two to the Championship; and the winner is awarded the coveted Golden Halo. Click on the link above to sign up for a daily email with information about each saint.

Mark your calendars! All are invited to join Bishop Rob for a Quiet Day during Lent on March 21, 2020 at St. Barnabas in Berlin. Check here for more information and to register.  


Finally, for additional Lenten resources listed by the Diocese of NH go to https://www.nhepiscopal.org/lent-resources.
Caroline
PREPARATION FOR LENT WORKSHOP

Saint Andrew’s in the Valley Episcopal Church, Tamworth, NH
Saturday, February 22, 2020
9:30am – 12:30pm

Create in me a clean heart, O God, *
    and renew a right spirit within me.
Cast me not away from your presence *
    and take not your holy Spirit from me.
Give me the joy of your saving help again *
     and sustain me with your bountiful Spirit.
                                                                                Psalm 51:10-12
Each year, as we are invited to observe a holy Lent at the Ash Wednesday service, we pray these lines from Psalm 51. The season for returning and renewal encourages us to times of self-examination and repentance; prayer, fasting, self-denial, reading and meditating on God's holy Word.
Perhaps you have established habits which support you or maybe you are looking for inspiration in shaping a practice for the Lenten season.  Please plan to attend this workshop in which we will look at and try on different practices of prayer. We will consider what are the components of a prayer practice, how to get started and how to keep it going.
Facilitated by Christi Humphrey, the workshop will include times for prayer, contemplation, and conversation.
Christi Humphrey MDiv, is a spiritual director, retreat facilitator, and a colleague at the Bethany House of Prayer in Arlington, MA. She holds a Certificate in Spiritual Direction from the Center for Religious Development. For twenty years, Christi has accompanied others on their spiritual journey through various projects -- spiritual formation groups, pilgrimages, mission trips, and as a Minister of Spiritual Care.

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY

Please keep in mind during the winter when the weather looks questionable for safe travel to call the church before you leave home to check for schedule changes. If a storm comes in on Saturday evening or Sunday, I will make a judgment by 7:00 AM about whether to hold, cancel, or delay services. Cancellations will posted on WMUR9. PLEASE do not travel if it feels unsafe to you. Enjoy a Sabbath morning at home and remember St. Andrew’s in your prayers.

If only the 8:00 a.m. service is canceled, an email will be sent out to the regular 8:00 attendees.
SAFE CHURCH
If you are up for Safe Church Renewal
you must do your renewal modules on Armatus
then sign up for one of the following meetings online.

Safe Church Zoom Call
If you have questions, please contact Safe Church Minister, Marty Cloran.

PRAYER SHAWL MINISTRY
Come join us! Knitting skills not required.
1st and 3rd Wednesday morning at 10:15 a.m.


If you knit or crochet (or would like to learn how to) and are led to engaging in an outreach mission that provides physical and spiritual comfort to those in need, please join us on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month at 10:15 AM in the Prince Room. We are a joyous group that will keep you in stitches! The coffee and tea will be on and new members are always welcome. If you have any questions, please call Lin Frank at 323-0402.

DINNER BELL
 

 Dinner Bell cook teams for the month of February are:

9   Lewis
16   Tubman
23   Slader

Thank you for your volunteer
work in this special Outreach program!

FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Hidden truths from the storeroom of the divine,
Disclosures as yet unnamed and restricted,
Veiled concealments awaiting revelation,
All this rests within your enormous treasury.
What could you be keeping hidden from me?
What is disguised that can enhance my growth?
How and when will you reveal something more?
All these questions rise and fall from my mind
While you, Revealer of Hidden Truth, simply smile,
Knowing full well no one hurries this process.

Today: I open my spirit for further revelation.


-  Adapted from Joyce Rupp, Fragments of Your Ancient Name

COMMUNITY FOOD CENTER
The Food Pantry thanks you for your contributions throughout the year.



The Community Food Center (CFC), which operates out of St. Andrew’s Church on Old Route 25 in Tamworth, is looking for new volunteers to help with this important program.  The Center is open on Tuesdays and Fridays from 10:00 am to noon for clients to come in and pick up their food. On each of these days, two volunteers staff the Center and a CFC Board Member is on hand to help and answer questions. Scheduling is done bi-monthly and substitutes provide flexibility for volunteers who have other commitments. 

FROM Deb IN THE OFFICE


Not a sports fan here!  But I thought I would give Lent Madness a try in 2019. I encouraged my husband to join me in a friendly competition to reach the Golden Halo winner and we both had so much fun. I received the emails and forwarded them to him and kept a separate bracket chart for each of us. (You can easily download a printable pdf of the bracket here)

Not only was it fun to team up with someone....but it was especially fun to learn about the different Saints and their backgrounds.  So many not so very well known but their services and contributions were just as important as those who are.

I encourage you to try this out even if you don't enjoy sports. It's very easy. Sign up for the emails and you can place your vote for your "Saintly" pick each week. 


Watch the bracket posted on the Kitchen door during Lent Madness!

February  BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES
If you do not see your birthday or anniversary listed, please make sure Deb in the office has an information sheet on file for you.

Birthdays
2        Joan Marshall
3        Carolyn Boldt
7        David Manley
13      Bill May
14      Linnea Frank
17      Nathalie Smith
20      Tom Huckman
21      Judy Grace
26      Melissa Bunker

Anniversaries
14      Ken & Debra Hoyt
20      Bill & Valerie May

PHOTO GALLERY
Photos courtesy of