Recently Nancy Krueger and myself (Sandy Kuhlman) got together with Mikayla and Isabelle Justmann to make some crafts for the upcoming Craft Fair. They made tie-dyed cups, by dipping white cups into a mixture of nail polish and water. They turned out real nice and the girls had a good time. Check out the pictures at Connect - UMW of Juneau - Craft Fair Pictures
The Rummage Sale in Horicon was a big success. We had good items and lots of plants donated to our cause. We raised $ 1019.19, which went into the general fund. Thank you to Marty G, Marge G, Denise T, Mary D, Ray A, Mary W.A., Jean M and everyone else who made this a successful event. Check out the pictures at Events & News - What's Happening - Horicon
The Juneau UMW held their 1st brat fry of the season on Saturday, July 9th. It was a beautiful day with a good crowd. We raised $ 366.44, which is going toward the repainting of the Sanctuary heat registers. Check out the pictures at Connect - UMW of Juneau - Brat Fry
The UMM held their annual Brat Fry on Saturday, June 11th at the Juneau Church. Although it was a rather warm day for this early in the season, we had a good turnout. The men raised $ 438.86 for future mission projects. Check out the pictures at Connect - United Methodist Men- Brat Fry.
The Juneau Sunday School is once again selling cupcakes at the brat fry's to raise money for Heifer International. We also sold Hosta Plants this year. With 2 Brat Fry's under our belt we've raised $ 342.60. Check out the pictures at Connect - Sunday School - Juneau SS.
A Brat Fry was held on Saturday, June 4th at Leroy Meats in Horicon. Church Council voted that the proceeds from this event go to the Kids Back Pack Program in the Horicon School District. Despite the rainy weather $465.50 was raised for this worthy program. See photos at - Connect - Missions - Community Service
Donations were slightly down this year, but we were able to collect enough supplies for 20 Men Kits and 20 Kids Kits. Thanks to all who helped with this mission project. Check out the picture at Connect - Mission - In Gathering
Lowell held their annual Vacation Bible School July 11 - 15. The theme this year was Noah's Ark. My hat is off to Pam and the rest of the team who put the program together and were there every night working with the kids. I came to take pictures on Wednesday and was very impressed. They had a large painted ark and the night I was there the kids were making jelly fish. Some of them were also dressed in costumes. They also practiced playing the bells and singing in preparation for the parents to see them on Friday. Debbie and Pam utilized the puppets the SCM purchased last year. It was a really great program and I think next year when VBS comes around you should really visit to see what the kids are up to. Check out the pictures on the connect - Sunday School - Lowell page.
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