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The Wright Ups ,

Mar. 2011 Vol. 2011 Issue 3

WELCOME TO MARCH, 2011 A MONTH OF SUNDAYS (PLUS ONE) AT WRIGHT

Wright Congregational, United Church of Christ 4821 Franklin Rd. Boise, Idaho 83705 (208) 343-0292 E-Mail: wrightucc@qwestoffice.net Weh: wrightucc.com

CHURCH

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27 9:30 AM - Adult Sunday School - Social Hall It):4~AM - Worship And Celebration Service Sermon Theme: "Several Excellent Excuses" - Part 4 Choir Anthem: "God Comes Along

Published Monthly, Mailed pre-paid at Boise, Idaho Permit No. 127

SUNDAY, MARCH 6 9-;30 AM - Confirmation Class - Yoath Room 9:30 AM - Adult Sunday School- Social Hall 10:45 AM - Worship And Communion Service Sermon Theme: "Several Excellent Excuses" - Part 5 Choir Anthems: "Such Is The. Love Of God" &. "Cume Tu The Table"

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Ministers: All of Us Pastor: Rev. Michael S. Black

Secretary: Robin Canning

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Choir Director: Ron Apperson

SUNDAY, MARCH 13 - FIRST SUNDAY OF THE LENTEN SEASON r>; 9:30 AM - Confirmation Class - Youth Room I A."!::~", 9:30 AM - Adult Sunday School- Social Hall 10:45 AM - Worship And Celebration Service ~ermon Theme: "Lent Is : .•.. " Part 1 ~J~'-S;:.'t:s:~~ ChOIr Anthem: "I'm Gonna Sing And Shout"

Organist: Ginny Trapp

Cry Room available For restless little ones.

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Board Chairman: Will Patterson

Moderator: Jo Elliott-Blakeslee

SUNDAY, MARCH 20 - SECOND SUNDAY OF THE LENTEN SEASON 9:30 AM - Confirmation Class - Youth Room 9:30 AM - Adult Sunday School- Social Hall 10:45 AM - Worship And Celebration Service

Youth Leader: Kate Hall

Custodian: Robin Canning

Pilgrim Cove Board Members:

GUEST SPEAKER: BILL BECKHAM NEW MANAGER OF PILGRIM COVE CAMP

AI Busche Jim Morrow

Choir Anthem: Fall, Winter, Spring Schedule: 9:30 Adult Sunday Sch. 10:45 Worship & Children's Sunday Sch. Fellowship- Noon Communion Served the Ist Sunday of each month -No Sunday Schools Summer June, July & August Worship at 10 a.m. Fellowship 11:00

"Blessed Assurance"

SUNDAY, MARCH 27 - THIRD SUNDAY OF THE LENTEN SEASON 9:30 AM - Confirmation Class - Youth Room 9:30 AM - Adult Sunday School- Social Hall 10:45 AM - Worship And Celebration Service Sermon Theme: "Lent Is .••••" Part 3 Choir Anthem: {'I Surrender AIr~

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Special childre1n,sMoment During Worship - Then K-6 Classes Youth Group After Church Child Care For The Little Ones Refresh I ents & Conversation Hour After Church


Worship attendance on:

Book Club & Library News

Feb. 6-78 Feb. 13- 88

Book Group will meet on Thursday, March 3, at 1:00 p.m. in the church library. The book for discussion will be: Think No Evil by Jonas Beiler

Feb. 20 - 69 Feb. 27Ushers for March:

On April 7 Call Of The Wild, by Jack London, will be the topic. This book is the Big Read selection for 2011. We are always happy to have new people attend our sessions.

Ray Sievers, Dale Ramsey, Chuck Pond, Wes Andrews Communion- March 6 Servers: Tami Black, Robin Canning Will & Julie Patterson Liturgist: Jo Elliott-Blakeslee Care Givers: Ron & Syl Apperson Ann Durand Altar Care: Meredith Pond

Board of Directors meeting, Wednesday, Mar. 16 at 7 pm in the social hall

NEWS FROM THE WOMEN: WOMEN'S FELLOWSHIP At our last meeting on February 9th it was decided that we would meet on

SATURDAY, MARCH 12 and hopefully some of our working ladies would be able to join us. We will meet at 1pm on Saturday in the Social Hall. There will be a brief business meeting followed by a guest speaker and light refreshments. Nettie Cumpton will speak about permanent cosmetics and the advantages for busy people to look their best and enhance their beauty giving them what mother nature didn't. Imagine the convenience of waking up with subtle facial color each and every morning. Please join us for an informative afternoon.

MARCH COMMUNITY SUPPER

March 24,2011 6:00 p.m. iSUNDAY

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APRIL 8TH AND 9TH SPRING RUMMAGE SALE

except the First Sunday of each month-Family Communion Sunday

You can start bringing your treasures to the church on April 3rd.

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Daylight Saving Time beains o· Sun.day, March 13. SP.rmg ahead one ho~r before gomg to bed, otherwise you will be late for church.

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The plan is to leave Boise around 6:00 p.m. ORCHARD HOUSE DINNER

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A BIG thanks you to everyone who has donated office and janitorial supplies. Keep it coming. It is greatly appreciated and needed. , : We are in special need of 11 X 17 white paper which: is the size we use for our Wright Ups. .

Dear Wright Scholarship Committee, Thank you so much for awarding me this scholarship. J really have appreciated it. This scholarship pays for most of my books. Which really does help. I am very lucky to have a church that has the ability and desire to support members that attend college (and members children). Once again I thank you (the committee) and the entire church. I hope to see you all soon. Sincerely, Anna Tominaga

MEN'S BREAKFAST ~ DATE CHANGE Saturday, March 12, 2011 Same Time; 8:30 a.m. Same Place; Social Hall And all men are welcome Great fellowship, food, and programs.

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Our Food Pantry is holding it own I for now. But it won't last long ~ Your donation of nonperishable items ~ and paper goods is greatly appreciated ......,g

The Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA for short) will be using our church and lawn area on Saturday, March 5 beginning at 8 a.m. for their yearly Queen & King court and jousting sessions. So, if you see a knight in shin ing armor or a damsel in distress, both in full costume don't be alarmed. You are welcome to come and watch the festivities.

SKI BOAT SOLD-one Cove via Al Busche

Sign up for Altar Flower sponsor and Coffee Hosts

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Carol Card, Wright Church Scholarship Committee, I wanted to thank you for the $200 scholarship you have provided me. It is very helpful and beneficial in helping me achieve my goals and future career plans, and it's very much appreciated. Thank you. Sincerely, Heather A. Watson

Pilgrim

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DIRECTORY CORRECTIONS George & Nancy Millers e-mails address Should read: geononny@gmail.com The minute the new 2011 directory was stapled it was obsolete. So if you have any corrections, additions or removals, please contact the office and the update will be printed in our Wright Ups.

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is selling a sail type boat that is presently

If you are interested please contact AI Busche at 383-9181. Want

in our dirt lot.

have fun on a party barge? The pontoon boat could be available for rent once the season of boating comes upon us. Contact Al Busche for details. 10

Just for fun: There were two men shipwrecked on this island. One started screaming and yelling, "we're going to die! we're going to die!, there's no food!, no water!, we're going to die!" The second man was propped up against a palm tree, so calm it drove the first man crazy. "Don't you understand?, we're going to die!" The second man replied, "You don't understand, I make $100,000 a week. The first man looked at him quite dumbfounded and asked, "What difference does that make? We're on an island with no food and no water. We're going to die!" The second man answered, "You just don't get it, I make $100,000 a week and I tithe on that $100,000 a week. My pastor will find me!"


STEWARDSHIP

from Carl Van Slyke

MESSAGE

This month I'm taking a hiatus from using The Rev. Rochelle Stackhouse's column to visit with you about the 2011 General Fund Budget for our Church. The approved 2011 budget is printed below. The budget development process is driven by anticipated income for the year. A major portion of that income is "pledged income" that is made known at the conclusion of the Stewardship Campaign. For 2011 pledged income is down $16,392 from that pledged in 2010 as are the number of pledges. Estimated total income is down $23,396 from that estimated for 2010. On the expense side cuts had to be made. We made selective and tailored cuts to the budget as follows: Building and Grounds-$3,325; Church Office-$280; Church Payroll Liabilities-$100; Church Program-$1 ,480; Church Ministry-$4,118; Music$280;

Religious Education-1 ,515.

Wright Congregational United Church of Christ 2010 Budqet, 2010 Final Income & Expense, and Approved 2011 Budaet

Budget 2010

Finallnc & Expenses 2010

The only increase was $530 for Our Wider Mission due to membership changes and an error in the 2010 budget.

Approved Budget 2011

INCOME Debeaumont Fund Pledged Income Unpledged Income AccintMem/PkngLot Funds Fund Raisers Endowment Interest Total Projected Income

7,500.00 93,987.00 30,000.00

8,340.92 88,898.45 22,148.52

8,300.00 77,295.00 22,396.00

2,800.00 500.00 134,787.00

5,604.39 2,082.86 514.36 12(,589.'50

3,000.00 400.00 111,391.00

EXPENSE BuildinqS Grounds Custodial Labor Insurance Maintenance, Supplies & Lawn Utilities and Services Total Building & Grounds

4,800.00 6,163.00 4,500.00 9,400.00

3,928.80 6,247.33 4,831.95 8,333.39

4,800.00

24,863.00

23,341.47

21,538.00

4,702.26 1,046.44 768.40 1,713.60 9,463.53 455.00 2,215.59

4,000.00 800.00 700.00 1,714.00 12,240.00 500.00 2,200.00

$23,434.00

20,364.82

22,154.00

1,900.00 616.00

5,642.48 487.00

1,900.00 516.00

2,516.00

6,129.48

2,416.00

3,938.00

4,800.00 8,000.00

Church Office Office Machine Maintenance Office Supplies & Expenses Postage Secretary's Pension Secretary's Salary Internet Telephone

4,000.00 1,600.00 1,000.00 1,71400 12,240.00 780.002,100.00

Treasurer Total Church Office

Church Payroll Liabilities Payroll Withholding Worker's Compo Ins Total Church Payroll Liabilities

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Total estimated expenses are down $11,568, with the bottom line being a deficit of $11,827. This budget was approved at the Congregation meeting on January 30. These changes were discussed and thoroughly explained at the Congregation meeting on January 30, 2011 and the budget was then approved. Building and Grounds cuts are supported by reduced insurance costs while providing adequate coverage. Church Ministry cuts are supported by the fact that Rev. Black will be eligible for Medicare in April. This will reduce his and Tarni's insurance costs. Mike will also forgo his additional annuity benefit this year.


Budget 2010

EXFlenses 2010

Church Program Advertising Diaconate Fellowship Guest Speaker Stewardship Worship Supplies

Totei Church Program

Budget

2011

1,000.00 100.00 200.00 100.00 180.00 800.00

312.66 381.29 200.00 134.40 597.52

150.00 50.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 400.00

2,380.00

1,625.87

900.00

5,808.00 1,800.00 4,104.00 300.00 9,800.00 26,016.00 15,480.00

5,808.00 1,800.00 4,140.00 114.00 10,486.00 26,016.00 15,480.00

5,808.00 4,104.00 150.00 7,632.00 26,016.00 15,480.00

63,308.00

63,844.00

59,190.00

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Church Ministry Annuity An nuity-Add itional Benefit Car Allowance & Travel Conference & Meetings Health Insurance Ministers Salarv Parsonage & Utilities Total Ministry Music Department

3,600.00

Choir Director Guest Music Music - Adult & Youth Choir Or(:lan&Piano Tuning & Repair Organist Music Licensing Total Music Department

3,600.00 150.00 300.00 170.00 4,400.00 175.00 8,795.00

3,324,60 90.00 247.99 185.00 4,063.43 180.00 8,091.02

150.00 180.00 4,400.00 185.00 8,515.00

Our Wider Mission Conference Per Capita Dues $ Our Church's Wider Mission Idaho Association Per Capita Dues Pilgrim Cove Per Capita Dues

1,810.00 1,000.00 100.00 240.00

1,750.00 1,000.00 100.00 740.00

1,~40.00 1,000.00 100.00 740.00

Total Our Wider Mission

3,150.00

3,590.00

3,680.00

145.10

75.00 300.00

Religious

Education Adult Education

200.00

Church School Supplies

300.00

Camperships

300.00

300.00

Nursery Care

1,040.0p

Youth Leader

2,400.00

1,020.00 2,216.40

Youth Group

100.00

100.00

Total Religious Education

4,340.00

3,781.50

2,400.00 50.00 2,825.00

Scholarship

2,000.00

$2,000.00

$2,000.00

TOTAL EXPENSE

134,786.00

132,768.16

123,218.00

Income -Expense =Balance

134,787.00

127,589.50

$134,786.00

$132,768.16

111,391.00 $123,218.00

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(5,178.66)

(11,827.00)

Buildinq

Fund Pledges

$9,512.00

$11,873.00

To end on a positive note since the budget was approved the Church has received a gift of $5,000 from an individual, Women's Fellowship has given $1,000, the Singles group gave $298 from last Sunday's Valentine Coffee Hour and Auction, and $1,400 has been redirected by contributors from Building Fund pledges to General Fund. During 2011 we would ask that you support us (the Board, the Stewardship/Budget Committee, the Standing Committees of the Church, and the organizations of the Church) as we sponsor activities to support the. budget. If you have questions or concerns please visit with Carl Van Slyke or with Janice Aagaard. r


ilgrim Cove Camp has been operating for 8S years. How many times have you, mernbers of your family, church or organization friends come back from camp with a great story of fun, adventure, learning or new friends?

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perience at ca mp then we need you to be a Pilgrim Cove Booster or Ambassador. bunk capacity. Now the camp is four-season with over 125 summer and 75 winterized bunk spaces.

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oosters can roll up their sleeves and help with work days at

camp, special projects that improve user experience, and supplement work of the Pilgrim Cove Foundation Board and Camp Manager in a variety of ways.

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mbassadors help raise capital funds to pay down the camp mortgage and add new facilities and features that improve and diversify the camp. Ambassadors go tell the camp story to help the Board and Camp Manager attract new or build up current user groups.

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here we've been.

Churches and friends of outdoor group camping set out more than a decade ago to transform Pilgrim Cove Camp on Payette Lake, McCall, Idaho. The theme was and is: bringing the love of God to all people ofall ages and abilities all year around. Remember what the Millennium Project did: • Previously

the camp was summer use only, 125

• Replaced the old kitchen that was facing State Health Department Compliance issues and limited seating tent dining hall with modern, safe, and full-capacity space. Added handicapped facilities.

access lodging and restroom

• Added large, automatically watered lawn spaces for activities including a great sledding hill. • Added camp-serving potable water and fire suppression water systems Now offer year-around conference, retreat, reunion, and wedding services not previously pos-

sible • Procured capable snow removal, roadway, and waterfront maintenance equipment These capital improvements had a price tag. The original mortgage was $1.35 million. Night sledding The Millennium project, other fund raising, and camp use income has paid down about $ 720,000 of this loan through 2Q1O.

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Won: Parryfun: getting boats recidy, ~ning up the old blue & here we are in January white dining hall tent (oops, WE -+r "I hid . 20 11 . P aid use of camp suf- don't have to do this any more!'), 2Lu wrn ne p us expan t h-15 roofing a cabin, lt I d Eve Iop fered from loss of the Boise y;y.CAL.J cap I a carnparcn, campers and unexpected deparnew programs and grant ture of the Camp Manaqer in March 2010. The funding for camp, and target larger pray received land donation for their own camp spective user groups such as other denorni50 has phased out with Pilgrim Cove. We nations, universities, SErvice clubs.youth . need about 4,700 paid camper days per year organizations, and more. to 'break even: • Make a qenerous annual donation or large single gift to the Millennium Ifcampaign. Now we have a new, capable camp manager Our goal is $65,000 annually until we get and board of directors who have developed the user base built up to self-sustaining opa strategy to market the camp to church and erarions. We've raised about 511,000 of this community users at competitive prices. goal for 2Gi0-201 i_Gifts are tax deductible. We'rev/orking on cost controls such as the The main funding target is mortgage reducbest possible mortgage terms and supplier tion. We do have some projects to improve prices. About 3,700 camper days are booked camp US€[ experience, such as upgrading for 2011. But with a shortfall in camper days, and winterizing New Rice facilities and we need your capital funding help. The adding a fireplace to Alan Creech Lodge monthly mortgage payment or $5,228.72 is Icouldn't afford th,:;se in the first MiUennium ',eating through our remaining savings.

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round). elp we need from you. Here are three . important ways you can help Pilgrim 1""'_ •••••

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• Share your best stories and photos about Pilgrim Cove Camp, These wm help us communicate with churches, non-profit organizations, and families learn about what the camp has to offer. Check out the website, download our brochure then help us do a better marketing and sales jot. About 70 percent of people who have come to know God say that camp experience is a major contributor. • Volunteer to be a Pilgrim Cove Booster or Ambassador (or both!}. Booster functions are projects at the camp like work days and focused upgrades that need time and your skills. Ambassador proj-

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NeVI Program Ideas

Cove now. \.Vhatcan1p,

conference,

retreat,

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make 5€I1Se to consider? Think about other outdoor camp and conference centers, PeaceVillage - multi-cultural, lnter-falth, nonviolent conflict resolution for middle school or high-schoo] youth Learning - Untverslty-based conferences or classes llke Executrve MBA, ElderH()stei,gaining skH!sfor mounts! f1 biking Dr cross-country skiing perhaps teamed '""ith vendors Healthy living.Camps

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conferences aimed at

special groups such as diabetics, asthmatics,

physical therapy, veqerarians

Environmental camps and conferences to studv, learn fresh job skills, see a mountain setting through four seasons.

Check out pilgrimcovecamp.org or call 208-634-5555 for all information =New Camp Manager Bill Beckham. Guest Speaker at Wright, Sunday, March 201 Come and meet.himl --Memorial Day Work Weekend at camp, May 28-30 - Other Work Days To Be Announced. --Pilgrims Camp (Finished grades 2-5) and Sojourners Camp (6-8), Week of July 10. Exodus Camp (9-12), Week of July 17. UCC Family Camp, Labor Dav Weekend --Music Camp, Weekend of September 16-18 Women's Camp, Dates to be announced.


Thursday Morning Bible Study continues Thursday mornings at -10:30 a.m, "Yes,Lord, I Have Sinned,

in the youth room

but I Have Several Excellent Excuses"

By James W. Moore Everyone is welcome Bring you favorite Bil)Ieand share the experience ofgreat discussion and friendship.

CONFIRMA TION/CHURCH MEMBERSIDP CLASS SET TO BEGIN SUNDAY, MARCH 6 Pastor Mike Black has sent out invitations to all our Junior High and High School Students to be part of a Church Membership-Confirmation Class this Spring. After meeting with several last Sunday, it was decided that the best time for everyone to be together is Sunday morning. Classes will start on Sunday, March 6, at 9:30 AM in the Youth Room. Over the course of three rather intensive months, the students will be grounded in some of the basic teachings of Christ, the Bible, and our Church Traditions. We will learn about such things as faith, baptism, the Lord's Supper, the Scriptures, the history of our congregation and our denomination, and understanding what it means to be a Christian in our modern world. H you read this, and haven't been contacted earlier, please call Mike at the church, or just join us on Sunday, March 6. We'll have a great time!

IT'S STILL NOT TOO LATE ... To join with several others from Wright and be part of a Church Revitalization Workshop=-"A Turnaround Boot Camp", April 1 & 2 at First Congregational UCC in Boise. This workshop, led by a nationally-known UCC Church Growth Guru, promises to equip us with the tools and the spirit to revitalize and grow our

congregation in the years ahead. Already, Jim Morrow, Carol Rivers, Carl Van Slyke, Robin Canning, and Mike Black have committed to being part of the training. Won't you also consider attending? The cost is minimal-the potential benefits are immeasurable! Call Mike soon if you will join us. Thanks!


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SAVE THE DATE! Spring Assembly May20-21,2011 Highland

United Church of Christ, Portland, OR Gather with others from the CPC Conference

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and UCC President Geoffrey Black as together

. Imagine What's Possible future life together. Watch the mail for registration

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for our present and

information.

SPECIAL NOTICE: AN EMERGENCY MEETING OF

THE IDAHO ASSOCIATION OF UCC CHURCHES SATURDAY. MARCH 19-10:00AM -AT WRIGHT CHURCH Our own Jack Wenske, Moderator of the Idaho Association of UCC Churches, has called for an emergency meeting of the Association to be held at our church on Saturday Morning, March 19, at 10:00 AM. The focus of the meeting will be the present and future of our beloved Pilgrim Cove Camp. Facing considerable financial challenges and a major transition in the Board Of Directors, it is necessary for the member churches to be apprised of the current situation and make some decisions about how we all can step up to support the camp. The good news is that the Board recently hired a new and skiIled camp manager, and some new business and marketing plans are being formulated and implemented-and yet much is left to be discussed. All who can are urgently invited to be with us for this special meeting.


March 2011 Monday

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Thursday

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Society of Creative Anachronism (SCA)

10:30 Bible Study

8 a.m.to 11 pm

1-Book Club

LateAftemoon SetUp

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7:00 Alanon-Alateen

7:00 Choir Reh.

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5:30 BUGS board

7:00 Alanon-Alateen

DaylightSavingsBegins.

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8:30 a.m.

10:30 Bible Study

Communion Noon: Fellowship

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9:30 Confirmation Class 9:30 Adult Bible Study 10:45 Worship

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6:00 Huntington's Group Meeting

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6-Singles Dinner at Orchard House

7:00 Choir Reh.

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10:30 Bible Study

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9:30 Confirmation Class 9:30 Adult Bible Study 10:45 Worship

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Sunday School Noon: Coffee Fellowship

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7:00 Alanon-Alateen

7:00 Choir Reh.

SI. Patrick'sDay

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10:30 Bible Study

9:30 Confirmation Class 9:30 Adult Bible Study 10:45 Worship Sunday School Noon: Coffee Fellowship Youth Group

6-9:00 Social Hall use by Lynn Tominaga 7:00 Alanon-Alateen

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7:00 Choir Reh.

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9:30 Confirmation Class 9:30 Adult Bible Study 10:45 Worship Sunday School Noon: Coffee Fellowship Youth Group 4-7:00 Co-Housing Meeting

6:00 p.m. Community Bench Supper

31 10:30 Bible Study

7:00 Alanon-Alateen

7:00 Choir Reh.

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Wood CarversWorkshop 9a.m.-4:00p.m. 9a.m.-4:00p.m.

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A Non-Profit Organization U.S. Postage PAID Boise, Idaho Permit No. 127

Wright Community Congregational Church United Church of Christ 4821 Franklin Road Boise, ID 83705

(208) 343-0292

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Happy Birthdays March 2011 2-Aubrey Balfour S-Dorothy Horn Bill Spiva 9-Julie Patterson l G-Kirsten Becker I2-Lupe Tauati IS-Joan Wenske I7-Ida Lovin I8-Renata Coffey 20-Ray Sievers Bob Brown 22-Dale Shoemaker 24-Marion Niece 26-Chuck Pond Tom Robb 28-Shirley Nielsen Happy Anniversary March 2011 8-Mike & Nancy Hyder 25-Dick & Maxine Palmer 30-Clay & Laura Shockley

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Thanks to everyone who agrees to help out on Sunday Mornings, as of this writing these folks are covering these areas:

March 6: Greeters: Tami Black & Kim Salwasser Flowers: Anne Schnebly Coffee Host: Will & Julie Patterson

March 13: Greeters: Pam Rearick & Carol Rivers Flowers: Tom & Jane Eubanks Coffee Host: Lois Taylor & Janice Aagaard

March 20: Greeters: Shirley & Bill Spiva Flowers: Carol Rivers Coffee Host: Jerry & Carol Card & Anne Schnebly

March 27: Greeters: Willard & Bethene Dykes Flowers: Larry & Sandi Gillmore Coffee Host: Shockley Family

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