6/11 pedee news: Nola Womer

The Evangelical Women's Spring Mission Project of Pedee Memorial Evangelical Church is for the Paintball Camp for Navajo Youth in New Mexico.

Paintball is becoming a very popular and competitive sport for the Navajo youth. Monthly paintball events have been a time of evangelism and outreach for the Kirtland Hope Church youth.

Be sure to have your offering turned in by Sunday, June 22, to help meet the June 30 deadline.


Friends from Pedee were among the many attending the 60th wedding anniversary of Lee and Bev DeSaulnier the afternoon of June 1 at Dallas Christian and Missionary Alliance Church.

The couple, which married on May 29, 1948, were pastors at Pedee Memorial Evangelical Church for three years (1992-1995) and lived in the parsonage on the hill in Pedee. They now live on Kerber Road across from the Ritner Creek Covered Bridge.

On June 2, a gathering of 31 was on hand at their home for a family barbecue to celebrate the anniversary.


Betty Ronco recently spent three nights at the Salem Hospital. On May 31, families were home and celebrated the May 25 birthdays of Brad Ronco and his son, Alan, as well as the May 27 birthday of Brad's sister, Jill (Ronco) Jones. Ice cream was served with the decorated birthday cake.


Announcements by Pastor Lonnie Burbank June 1 at the Pedee Memorial Evangelical Church included Father's Day worship service, June 15; Vacation Bible School, "Bible Blast," 9 a.m. to noon, June 23-27, with the closing program, "Bible Blast: Lab Test," at 10 a.m. Sunday, June 29; and Church in the Park with 10 a.m. worship services and 11 a.m. potluck dinner, July 13.

Glenda Bush had the children for their lesson during the worship service. The nursery is available during the worship service for ages birth to 3.

Aaron Burbank and Dan Hayes assisted with the worship service.

The Pastor's message, "With This Ring ... I Believe," was from scripture Luke 15: 11-23.

Service closed with prayer and benediction.


My sister, Nila Shellenbarger of Monmouth, was recently taken to West Valley Hospital in Dallas for tests, and then was sent to Salem Hospital on May 28 for more tests and treatment.

After four days, she went to the Dallas Retirement Village Care Center.

Visiting her that Sunday afternoon at Salem before she was moved to Dallas were her son and wife, Larry and Mary Shellenbarger, Pedee Pastor Lonnie and Pam Burbank, and myself.


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