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Robertsville News

Published: July 27, 2017 12:00 AM

Christ Memorial Church holds church picnic

The annual all church picnic took place on July 9 in the church park pavilion following the morning worship service at Christ Memorial Church in Robertsville, planned by the Fellowship Committee.

Pastor Jonathon Arnold, Sr. returned thanks for the 37 adults and children present prior to carry-in covered dish buffet dinner with a red, white and blue theme.

A musical program was presented by Jim Brown (vocal and guitar) and Walt Vincent (vocal and harmonica). The children enjoyed the playground equipment.

Sunshine Circle Guild met July 10

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Sunshine Circle of Christ Memorial Church in Robertsville met July 10 in the downstairs social room with Gloria Richeson, hostess and six members present.

Business was conducted by Kay Flanagan when the secretary and treasurer reports were approved as read by Martha Haubert and Gloria Richeson, respectively.

Mission giving for July will go the Penners with Cross World. Plans were completed to prepare and serve the dinner for the July 18 meeting of the Little Sandy Creek Ruritan Club and to give a cash donation to the local Community Festival July 29, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

Program chairman Kathy Frase used a Patriotic theme. Dessert and snacks were served by the hostess.

Out of state visitors stay in Robertsville

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Annada (Dager) Williams of Tiffin and Florida and her daughter, Cheryl (Williams) Buonocore of Williams, Ariz. were July 11 visitors in Robertsville and Minerva.

In Robertsville they called on Jean (Haines) Willis and then Cheryl drove them to the home of Debbie (Coleman) Soltesz and her mother/Charlotte Coleman near Minerva. Their evening meal was at Grinders Family Restaurant in Minerva.

WIGS attend senior social

Members of the "Workers in God's Service" of Christ Memorial Church in Robertsville attended the July 12 Senior Social and chicken dinner at the Foltz Community Center in East Canton.

Those in attendance were President Beverly Perry, Secretary Dorothy Yohe, Treasurer Evelyn Pikulik; Norma Jean Bechtel; Betty Dourm, and Jean Willis. Yohe was a raffle ticket winner.

Pastor Terry Bailey of the Indian Run Christian Church offered table grace and presented vocal/guitar music during the program.

There were many birthdays recognized, upcoming dates announced and raffle ticket awards given. After lunch members could play bingo, cards or socialize.


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