Emmanuel Community Updates

Yum, Yum – Looks like breakfast at the Sunday School Easter Party was finger-lickin’ good. Leah and Rowan Dietrich took some time out from games and crafts to enjoy their painted toast and other breakfast goodies.
Clean up, clean up, everybody clean up. Remember the purple dinosaur’s song? Well, plenty of people took that song to heart on Sunday, April 21. There were groups all over Mountain Top giving our area a good spring cleaning. Among the groups was our own Adopt-a-Highway crew and pictured picking up the trash (literally) is Brooke Rinehimer. Thanks to everyone who cared enough about our communities to take the time to make it more beautiful.
Our Turkey Dinner was featured in a picture with Robert and Janet Gaudio of Drums sampling the delicious food. People come from all over our area and we are constantly told we have the best Turkey Supper. Thanks to everyone’s hard work and to the people who come out to enjoy it.
We have a published author in our area. Janet Van Gorden is a member of Stairville UMC and regularly teaches our joint VBS program. Janet wrote a novel which is available electronically on the web and is soon to be available in print. Her creation is titled His Second Chance is a romantic novel.
Boy Scouts of Troop 434 participated in their first Boy Scout Challenge on April 6 at Nescopeck State Park. They were tested on ten scout skills along a three mile trial. Pictured among the attendees are Aaron Kleger, Hunter Rinehimer and Asst. Scoutmaster Ron Rinehimer. Sandy Kleger also attended but is not pictured.
Ethel Fine has someone to be really proud of. Her great-grandson, Richard Supkowski, is among the students of Crestwood High School who won awards at the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science regional meeting held at King’s College on March 2. He was awarded the Junior High Excellence Award in Earth and Space Science and also earned a PERFECT SCORE. Talk about brains!! The guy’s got it!

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