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Sunday, November 1, 2015


With the finishing touches of the Pumpkin Party being taken care of it is reminder that November and December activities will be here before we know it. Before I get started talking about what is coming up I want to give a big THANK YOU to all that are helping with the Pumpkin Party this year. Volunteers are so important in making these kids events happen. Thank you!

November, we have two things happening. There is a Movie Night on November 14th 5pm-7pm. Popcorn will be served. I haven’t chosen the movie yet. So look for the flyer reminding you of the day and time. Recommendations are always welcomed. Our second activity for the month is our first Serving Others Sunday for the school year. This event will be held during the 10 a.m. service on November 29th. Thank you to the many that have already donated socks, travel size shampoos, soaps, deodorants, tooth brushes and tooth paste. The more we can collect the bigger our donation to the Tacoma Rescue Mission will be. Serving Others Sunday is a multi-age Sunday School activity that serves our community. We do three during the school year.

December is a busy month:
December 6th during the 10 am service and staying for coffee and cookies. St. Nicholas will be visiting. Don’t forget your cameras.
December 12th Graham Cracker House Night 4pm-6pm - We will be serving pizza and having our annual snowball fight.
December 20th Christmas Pageant, after the 10 am service.

After the New Year things slow down a bit. We have just one event in January. Random Acts of Craziness on January 23rd 4pm-6pm. This is a kid’s night where anything can happen. It is a night of fun activities from crazy science
experiments to silly games and art projects. Like all Kid’s Nights, all are welcome. 4 and older and can stay without an adult.

End of January the beginning of February we will be starting up the RSVP sign up for Lego Night. We will have limited space since the company Play-Well TEKnologies puts on the night. Last year was our first year doing this at St. Luke’s. For two hours the kids (5 years old to Junior High) built and a battled their track vehicles that they engineered themselves against other kids there that night. It was so much fun