Another week of VBS is history! It was such a good week! Our average attendance of kids was around 50. We had some new faces and then a few that have been coming year after year!
It was a hot week, but everyone still had fun!
Dan and I were the assembly leaders. We got to do some fun lesson illustrations! :)
Dan wanted to be different, but I told him that God already made him unique....he didn't have to wear a plunger on his head to be unique!! :)
**picture credit goes to Beth Drawbond
Glennys and Jim making sure the class attendance charts match up the first night! :) I loved seeing the older folks involved!!
Caroline and Jodi were his helpers....
Dave's class in the pyramid. We had 3 classes that rotated to the different stations, and then the youngest class (ages 3-4) had their own schedule.
Some of the parents brought their kids and then stayed and visited all evening. :)
The double rainbow was just lovely!! One little girl out back at the playground heard some of us talking about it and she said, "And guess what? There's one out front too!!" :) She didn't realize it was the same one!! :)
Percy gave Alfred a face full of silly string!! (Can I say, we just have the best skit crew ever!!) :)
Filling those jars with hope for a little girl in Haiti who has a disease in her leg bone and many medical bills!!
Our total offering.....we raised over $1,000!! :) That will go a long way in Haiti! I am so proud of the kids. Many brought their entire piggy banks. Tamara got tears in her eyes when I told her how much we raised! I am so glad to see kids in this generation caring about others!!