Twilight Christmas Parade in Maysville, KY
The weather angels smiled on us!
Let the parade begin!!!!
It was a Multitude of Angels & Christmas ornaments & trees Dancing & Prancing in the Twilight Christmas Parade in Maysville, KY
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Pat Webb at crafting time at Kenton Pointe making bookmarks for the holidays.
Nicholas Denham and Stu Lax provided music
Empty Bowls is an international grassroots project where artists raise money for food banks that are feeding the hungry in their communities.
There are three components to this fundraiser:
1) local artists from Ohio River Valley artists Guild generously make hand-thrown pottery bowls
2) you buy a ticket for $25, then choose your handmade bowl
3) you get to enjoy a tasty lunch, consisting of 3 different soups, cornbread, a desert and a bottle of water
All proceeds from the sale of the bowls go directly to the Mason County Food Bank to help local individuals and families in need.
PRESBYTERIAN COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS
The River Sweep is a volunteer, riverbank cleanup effort to help clear the shoreline along the Ohio River. It is sponsored by the Maysville Rotary Club and the Mason County Conservation District in conjunction with the Ohio River Valley Sanitation Commission.
Volunteers at the Ohio River Sweep collected 30 bags of trash from the riverbanks on Saturday. The starting point for the event was the Maysville Limestone Landing.
Pastor Jim during Maysville Trick or Treat night!
The tradition continues. Sunday, October 1, 2023,was the Blessing of the Pets. This date draws its inspiration from World Animal Day on October 4. That date is also the feast day of St. Francis of Assisi.
All animals were welcome as long as they are either on a leash or caged.
The kick-off for the fall Christian Education program was Sunday, September 10. There was no Sunday school Sunday. Instead, we enjoyed a delicious breakfast prepared by Peg and Dan Crum.
1st Presbyterian of Maysville, Augusta Presbyterian & Flemingsburg Presbyterian at the
Maysville-Mason County Recreation Park.
Lots of fun!
Good friend & craftsman extraordinaire, Ernie Siders, constructed this replica table for the summer kitchen at the historic Albert Sidney Johnston in Old Washington.
The West Union Steel Drum and Pop Band played in Maysville on May 23, 2023. This performance was made possible by the Coral Losh Endowment Fund, administered by First Presbyterian Church.
WORK BEING DONE IN THE SIDE GARDEN OF THE CHURCH.
The renovated front bathroom of the church has a new stained glass window.
Kudos to Bob Hendrickson for conceiving the window and Skip Werline for constructing and installing it.
Also Ernie Siders is recognized for all the hard work he put in on the remodeling of the bathroom,
it looks amazing.
Thank you so much, gentlemen!