Wednesday, July 23, 2014

back2school NOTES

Hey Community Family

 

Here are lots of notes for us to digest and share.

 

BACKPACKS WILL BE PACKED TUESDAY, JULY 29th @ 6PM at our new campus.  This will be a fun time of preparing for our event.  Be there!

 

VOLUNTEER TRAINING @ TCF THURSDAY, JULY 31st @ 7PM --- It is important for all our volunteers to be at this event.  Shirts will be given out this night as well!

 

SHOES HAVE BEEN ORDERED, yet we have learned that we will be missing a few sizes such as boys sizes 1 through 4.  If you would like to help find these shoes with us, please send me an email to mharrison@thecommunityfellowship.org.  Thanks!

 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES have been counted, and here is the list of supplies we still need.  Please pass this list on to others AND get these to church before Monday at noon.

 

back2school Supply List ---  WHAT WE STILL NEED 

Crayons, 189 MORE

Glue Sticks, 269 MORE

Wide Ruled Notebooks Or Composition books, 110 MORE

Wide Ruled Paper, 660 MORE

College Ruled Paper, 337 MORE

Pocket Folders, 428 MORE

 

VOLUNTEERS FOR SPECIAL NEEDS day, August 1st, are needed.  Please let Tracy Mosley know that you will help.  Call her at 276-340-8516 or email her at tracy_mosley_99@yahoo.com.  Volunteers will need to arrive at 8am as we will begin at 9am with 20 to 25 students per hour.  People are needed for ALL areas, especially foot washing and clothes closet.  If you bring your children, they will need to stay with you the entire time you are here.  Pass this need to others.

 

DAY OF THE EVENT.... watch for more details to come.

 

CELEBRATION will be Sunday, August 3rd at 6pm at The Community Fellowship. Please plan to attend this event and share with others.  Samaritan's Feet founder and leader Manny Ohonome will be with us that evening.

 

Thanks for helping.  There is more to come!!!  but that is enough for now

 


 

PASTOR MICHAEL

-- James 1:5

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