BLAST FROM


 THE PAST!!




Attending the Patriotic concert several years ago at Transylvania University in Lexington Kentucky with a great bunch of folks from Maysville Kentucky.










Pictured:  Helen Ann Mains, Kate Zweigart

                   JenniferQ Smith, Grace Yunker, James Dougans

                   John Mains, Phillip Yunker

Choir finally got to sing during worship service, June 20, 2021!!

PAST MEMBER OF  FIRST MAYSVILLE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH




George F. McClanahan was a very active member of the First


Presbyterian Church.  He served as an Elder and a Deacon.


George  passed away in 1992.   He was 71.


So good to see our friend Jackie with a smile on her face.


Kenton Pointe Assisted Living Community



Pet therapy with the 4 legged friends and their wonderful owners!!


Jackie must have been laughing about whatever the “friends” were talking about. 




JenniferQ Smith mascot maker!

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    Happy Anniversary   

  





Anne & Allen Pollitt, will be celebrating their 60th

 

wedding anniversary this year on June 11. 


They were married at the First Presbyterian church.


They are the parents of Elder  Frances Pollitt Sarver.









Frances was organist at First Presbyterian in the 1970s and 1980s.  Frances, Midge Baber , and Lib Shillito volunteered at the Maysville Extended Care every Wednesday. Mrs. Moore played the piano, and the other ladies sang old, fun songs with the residents.
Frances Moore was the Mother of Anne Morton Pollitt and Sharon Legge of Hendersonville, TN.
Frances Sarver is one of her granddaughters .

1939  The Clift Sisters L--R:

Dot Noell, Midge BaberJudy Caproni

Midge was an active member of the church.  She sang in the choir, served as an Elder and was active in the Presbyterian Women's Association as well as many other areas.  

 There is a library in the Fellowship Hall in her memory.

The Older Youth Group of First Presbyterian Church opened April 25, 2021 gathering 

by writing messages of hope on the sidewalk in front of the church. 

The occasion? Chalk the Walk. 

The purpose? To raise awareness of sexual assault and spread sexual assault prevention messages.

Thanks to Dr. Craig Denham for sharing some of his Saturday morning visiting Kenton Pointe Assisted Living Community.  All enjoyed seeing him and Diego!

Dr. Denham went out and rode his mule around the building to share some time with the residents. Helped a dreary day.

The new "Limelight" Hydrangea Trees planted out 

front today by Croppers Nursery

Photos from our beautiful sanctuary.