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Bridges group takes on ramp projectVolunteers from VanFUMC help build a large ramp for the home of two church members in need of better mobility.
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Youth Auction slated for Saturday, June 4thDoors open at 5:30 p.m. Tickets are $10, children under 11 are free. Formal dinner to accompany silent and live auctions.
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VanFUMC is collecting books for this very important event! Give the gift of reading through the summer for 370 students grades K-5! Hundreds of books have poured in, and we thank you. Our goal is to raise 750 books for these youngsters. Keep them coming!
VanFUMC annual Youth Auction is set for Saturday, June 4th. You can call the church office or email email@example.com to sign up with your name and email for the auction. Doors open that evening for Jason Lee Hall at Vancouver First United Methodist Church at 5:30 p.m. and tickets are $10, while children under 11 years are free. There will be a formal dinner to accompany silent and live auctions.There will be lots of great items, events, gifts and more to bid on with proceeds going to youth mission trips.
The Bridges group of Vancouver First United Methodist Church was joined by several volunteers from within the church, and even a local contractor and his son, to take on the demolition of a deck and building of a new ramp for church members Gerald and Judy Johnson. Tom Musser, with Bridges, said as he was purchasing materials for the project, local contractor Zach Woltersdorf overheard and volunteered his services, as he is quite the specialist in building ramps, having done hundreds in the community. He showed up with tools, knowledge, and his son Steph last Saturday and joined the Bridges group as well as a half dozen other church volunteers, to assemble the ramp. This project was essential for the Johnsons’ mobility. Demolition happened swiftly and the ground around their home was prepped for the new ramp. And regardless of the sometimes heavy rain, the team built a grand ramp with quality, sturdy materials that will stand the test of time. “This was a great project for many folks to come together,” Musser said. If you want to take part in further projects like this around the area, as well as at Ocean Park’s camp, you can contact Tom Musser at firstname.lastname@example.org or the church at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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