Bolton Bulletin 6-5-10

Methodist Church slates Bible story

Storyteller Hannah Shively will present her animated dramatized story "The Hat" on Sunday June 6 at the 9 a.m. worship service of the Emmanuel United Methodist Church, 19 Stewart Ave., Bolton Landing. In "The Hat," the audience will meet Joshua as a boy and as an adult and see how he comes to realize that there is something which is never lost but gained, when folks learn to give what they love away.

Shively's program has been appreciated by churches and groups from Maine to Florida with great acclaim, church officials said. The storytelling will be accompanied by two videos.

Tennis racquets sought for local youth

The Bolton Town Recreation Department is seeking tennis racquets for the free youth tennis lessons offered during the summer. Youth sizes are preferred, but adult sizes will be appreciated too, program officials said. To donate, contact Michelle at 928-3176 or drop the racquets off at the Recreation Center Tuesday through Friday from 3 to 6 p.m.

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