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|Febuary 2011 Trinity Observer
All “SHOP TILL YOU DROP” participants, VG’s has
changed their Community Share program that we have been
using to raise funds for Deacon projects. The VG’s program
now requires that you use what they call the “VG’s Yes
Rewards” card when you shop to earn special rewards and
Community Share points.
This is a wonderful way for the Deacons to earn money for
Mission Work. So, VG’s shoppers, the next time that you are
in your favorite VG’s store, please sign up for the “Trinity
United Presbyterian Deacons. The Community Share points
will show up on the bottom of your receipt. Just clip the
bottom portion off and deposit it in the box provided in the
Multi-Purpose Room. Thank You All!
Sharon Alexander, Sharon Auger,
Allison Bradley, Waldo Bronson,
Christine Cook, Delphine Holland,
Mary Krist, Georgia McCall,
Patricia Miller, Ron Shirley,
Barbara Wesley, and Denise White
The chair persons of each committee
will be announced next month.
|Keys ! ! ! !
The Property Management Team needs to know how many
keys to our building and offices are in circulation. Would
those of you that have keys, please come to the desk in the
narthex, after the service, to report the key(s) that you
currently have. If you need to, please call me at 653-0580.
The Property Management Team,
Ron Shirley, Chair
Remember to sign up to
host a coffee hour . The
sign-up sheet is on the
refrigerator door in the
kitchen. Keep it simple.
The Sound Panels that the E.P.I.C.
Committee has been working on, are
finally up on the Sanctuary Wall. They
are in Green, White, Blue and Purple.
We have already noticed the difference
in the sound. Come and join us to hear
the difference yourself.
Also a big thank you to the last year's
E.P.I.C. team who had the idea to tackle
the sound problem.
That E.P.I.C. Team consisted of:
Denise White, Christine Cook, Sharon
Auger, Rev. Annie R. Duncan, Herman
Graham, Janyce Kamrath, Sally Offrink,
Carolyn Scott-McDonough, and a youth
The help of Janyce Kamrath and
architect Dennis Kamrath made this
dream come together.