Missionette member receiving Honor Star at Bethel Christian

Neighbors

August 02, 1996|By Lourdes Sullivan | Lourdes Sullivan,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

ON WEDNESDAY, Genie Johns will be awarded the Honor Star at Bethel Christian Academy.

The teen, a member of the Missionettes, the church's youth group somewhat akin to Girl and Boy Scouts, has attained one of the highest honors the Missionettes gives.

Meritorious students

We are hurtling toward the finish line in the recitation of the fine scholars at Hammond High who earned certificates of merit, along with their diplomas.

Congratulations to Marcus MacFarland Tapscott, Jennifer Marie Tate, Garrett Alan Thompson, David Terrence Tollick, Kellye Elise Townsend, Angela Trinidad Trancucci, Michael Brandt Troup, Erin Leigh Whate, Christina Michele Wilmer, Michelle Diane Zinar and Ari Gene Zytcer.

Benefit car wash

At Bethel Christian Academy on Savage-Guilford Road on Saturday, it looked a bit like the late unlamented winter past: white fluffy stuff all over. But it wasn't a very localized snowstorm. It was the free car wash sponsored by the Bethel Assembly of God's youth group, Priority One.

The wet band of Sarah Coon, Erin Eitemiller, Patrick Flores, Andrew Garrahan, Christine Garrahan, Chanell Green, Nathan Hruska, Caleb Ksanznak, Mark Rushing, Cori Samuels, Tabatha Schrader, Darryl Vorhies and Ashley Bowers were sudsing for a good cause.

The donations that they received went to the Speed of Light fund, which buys cars and equipment for missionaries. This wet Saturday raised more than $300 for the fund.

Of course, none of this would have been possible without the organizational efforts of the adult helpers and youth leaders. The mobile missionaries will remember Rick Bowers, Steve Khan, Jonny and Alice Green, Loveta Cook and Heather Pepin in their prayers.

The youth group meets every Friday at 7 p.m. in the multipurpose room at Bethel Christian Academy. Interested parties can call the church office about the group or the church's other activities.

Information: (301) 498-3344.

Bethel bond program

Bethel Assembly of God is building a new church on Vollmerhausen Road. Much of the preliminary grading has been done, and church officials hope to break ground for the building this month.

In conjunction with that, the church kicks off its First Mortgage Bond Program. There will be a savings and investment seminar to explain the bond program after the 10 a.m. worship service Wednesday.

Information: (301) 498-3344.

New Testament course

The Bethel Institute of Biblical Studies announces the fall course. The New Testament survey will contain an analysis of the Greek canon.

By the end of the course, students will have gained a deeper understanding of the Gospels and the writings of the apostles.

The course will be Tuesdays at 7 p.m. from Sept. 10 through Nov. 19. Anyone interested in the topic is welcome. The course costs $60.

For details and directions, call the church at Information: (301) 498-3344

Puppet Players show

Lynn Starman and the cheery staff at the Savage Library are proud to offer "The Puppet Players Present " a puppet performance of three fairy tales told with a twist.

The three fractured fairy tales for 5- to 8-year-olds will be presented on Aug. 13 at 2 p.m.

Registration for this 45-minute performance begins at 10 a.m. Tuesday.

4 To register, call the library at (410) 880-5978.

Karate demonstration

At 2 p.m. Wednesday, there will be a Karate demonstration at the Savage branch of the Howard County library.

Information: (410) 880-5978.

Pub Date: 8/02/96

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