15 year old Tyler Duke was diagnosed with Germ Cell Cancer in May 2016. He is going to be a Sophomore at LHS this year. He will have to undergo several months of Chemo Therapy. He will stay stay at M.D. Anderson for a week at a time during treatment. All proceeds will go directly to purchase items he will need during treatments.
Drawing will be held on July 4, 2016. You need not be present to win. We would like to thank everyone in advance for your purchase or prayers.
Contact Amberlea Duke at: 936-223-2670.
First Baptist Church of Moscow 2016 VBS
Hey kids! Mark your calendars to hop on board the 2016 “DEEP SEA DISCOVERY God is with Me wherever I go” Vacation Bible School at First Baptist Church of Moscow. Get your googles, get your flippers. What does the Learn that God Knows ME, Hears ME, Strengthens ME and Sends ME where He wants me to be. Just listen to what God is saying.
A week of craft, fun, food and exciting learning opportunities is free of charge and open to everyone. Please bring a white or pastel T-shirt on 1st night for.
When: Monday thru Thursday, July 11th through July 14th, meal served at 6 p.m., classes 6:30 pm > 8:30 p.m. Friday, July 15th, 2016 @ 6:30 p.m. FAMILY NIGHT - We want to invite parents to come and participate in your child’s last night of Vacation Bible School. After the programs all are invited to enjoy Pizza and drinks.
Directions: Hwy 59 to FM 350 N, take right at 1st block. For more information call: Sherry Sedtal (398-2413)
Calendar 2016 VBS DEEP SEA DISCOVERY God is with Me wherever I go” When: July 11th thru 15th, 2016 @ 6:00 pm > 8:30 pm Where: First Baptist Church, Moscow, Tx Loc: 13990 Old Hwy 35N, Moscow, Tx 75960 Dir: Hwy 59 to FM 350 N, take right at 1st block. Eat: @ 6:00 pm > 6:30pm Info: Sherry Sedtal (936) 398-2413
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