CLAUDE FLETCHER RESIGNATION LETTER
As many of you know, recent health problems forced me to move to an assistant-living facility in Marble Falls. Because of this, it will no longer be possible for me to do the work of an elder among you. Therefore, I believe it is time for me to step down from the eldership at Highland Lakes. I want to thank all the brethren who put their confidence in me when they selected me to be an elder many years ago. It has been an honor to serve as one of the shepherds of this spiritual family. Claude Fletcher
THANK YOU NOTE
There was no cancer found in my bronchial tubes. I will see the cancer doctor in November and the family doctor in September and October. Thanks for the phone calls and cards. Keep me in your prayers!” Donna Feuerbacher
THANK YOU NOTE
“My heartfelt ‘thank-you’ to everyone for the prayers on behalf of my brothers. Billy had two stints inserted to correct a blocked artery. He still has some medical issues but is doing much better. The doctors are not sure why Brian was having symptoms of a heart attack, but all tests were negative.”
Thank you again, In Christian love, Sherry Wills
Ladies, our class starts up next Wednesday, September 10th, at 10 AM in the Fellowship Room. We will have a luncheon (salads & finger foods) and discuss the upcoming curriculum. If you haven’t attended Ladies Class before, this is a good time to make this a part of your weekly routine.
VISITING FOR THE MASTER
VISITATION PROGRAM Team #1 (leaders: Teri & Joe Winnett) will meet on Wednesday, September 10th at 6:30 pm in the library for their assignments.
FOOD PANTRY NEEDS
Peanut butter, canned meats, toothpaste and shampoo are needed. In the CLOTHING AREA: good, useable items are always welcome.
The Annual Auction at the Cherokee Home for Children on Saturday, September 27th. Check the flyer on the bulletin board for more information or call the church office.
Much rain is needed in many drought areas; gracious Heavenly Father, please supply us!