Bakers Mills News 9-11-10


The Son Harvest VBS at the Sodom Community Church brought in over 50 pounds of canned food, over 15 pounds of dry food and $130 for the food pantry this year. There were on the average of 40 children each night. Many adults and teen leaders were there to help.

Dean and his wife Char, from Ohio were happy to visit in the area over the weekend. They are great friends with Oliver and Ginny Dalaba. They both worked many years with Royal Rangers and Missionettes when Oliver brought them to Camp Triumph in Bakers Mills. They were happy to see the lean to's Dean helped build and the shower house. They visited Earl Allen on Saturday and attended the Sodom Community Church on Sunday.

Sheldon Wagner was home for a few days from New York City Hospital before having to go back to Albany Med. His mother, Sarah, is a patient in Albany Med at this time in critical care.

While in the area, Oliver and Ginny Dalaba visited his sisters, Pansy Allen, Rose Allen and Candy Dalaba.

Be careful as you go about your travels. School will be back is session this week.

Thank you to Agnes Straight, Polly May and the Johnsburg Squad for caring for me on Friday. Another trip to the hospital. This time it was low blood sugar. Thanks to all for prayers and calls. Thanks to all my children.


Sept. 12 in Athol Jay Witham will be in concert. Check Warrensburg Journal for time.

Oct. 2, Shout On The Mountain will be at Camp Triumph in concert. This will be their third year coming from New Jersey.

Oct. 10 at 6 p.m., Jay Witham will be in concert at the Sodom Community Church. Pass the word.

Happy Birthday

Heather Semmens, Sharon Allen, Shirley Cleveland, Nolan Wemett, Brandon Dalaba, Kathy Allen, Courtney Millington, Greta Grimes, Pam Morehouse, Devon Plumley and Patty Warrington.

Enjoy each and every day.

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