There was a great turn out for the Gig Run last week end. A lot of motorcycles. Everyone had a wonderful time and willing to give for the cause.
Several from the Mearns family enjoyed time at their Edwards Hill home recently.
Ed Aldous was the speaker in the morning worship last Sunday when our pastor, Rev. Ron was a way.
Earl Allen turned 89 on June 3 with 44 gathered at the fellowship room to help him celebrate. Rosalie Russell and Agnes Straight brought the cake with a team of horses on top. Alonzo Conlon couldn’t find a card with an “89” so he had three cards to make the total. There was a “60”, a “13” and a “16.” It was great to see many family and friends there. Ruth did a lot of cooking for the supper meal before the gathering. Dad enjoyed looking at the cards the next morning. Thanks to everyone.
Fred and Ruth Allen from Union Beach, spent a week in the area. Spending time moving things and time with Earl Allen. Many stopped by to help move things for them (Forgive me if I don’t get the spelling right in this article).
Grace Elizabeth Searers, infant daughter of Fred and Sarah Newkirk of Wartburg, Tennessee, wads baptized at the Kenyontown United Methodist Church on Saturday May 31. Following the baptism a reception was held at “Welcome Home” on the Harrington Farm in Riparius. Mrs. Matthew Brower, Jared, Eric of Gloversville, Susan, Dennie, Jason and Meredith of Meco, Mr and Mrs Donald Moore, Mr and Mrs Bill Rawson, Mr and Mrs Carl Szlachtowski, Mrs Phil Sangster enjoyed the great luncheon. Rev. David Newkirk, grandfather of Grace Elizabeth officiated at the baptism.
Fred and Sarah Searers have been visiting Dave and Faye Newkirk for the past ten days.