VISITATION PROGRAM Team #2 (leaders: Cary & Brenda Miller) will meet on Wednesday, June 22nd, at 6:30 pm in the library for their assignments.


“We would like to thank you for the time and effort you have given to cutting, saving, and sending Campbell’s Soup labels to us. We have received many great benefits from this program over the years. HOWEVER, the Labels for Education program is being cancelled, and we will not have need for any more labels. It truly was a blessing while it lasted.” ~~ Cherokee Home for Children.

human-footprints_318-46627Beautiful Footnotes

Father of the fatherless and protector of widows is God in His holy habitation.” Psalm 68:5 (ESV)

In this time of year when we celebrate parents with Mother’s and Father’s Days, it is important to remember the work of our fellow workers in the kingdom who care for children who are without parents. We are so thankful that our God can use those loving people, like those at Cherokee Home for Children, whom we as a congregation are able to support. We also want to be thinking of and praying for five graduating seniors from the Home this year. For the elders, Ken D

News Items from the Cherokee Home for Children – This year’s Cherokee Day Open House and Food Drive on May 7th: we were blessed with a beautiful day and about five hundred guests here to tour our campus, feast on a BBQ lunch with us, and bring cash and groceries to stock our pantry for the upcoming year. We GREATLY appreciate the friends of Cherokee Home for Children!

Our senior kids were honored with a banquet by the Cherokee Church of Christ and presented Bibles. Five of the graduates live at Cherokee Home for Children.

Courtney Hull, daughter of the Executive Director of Cherokee Home for Children, competed in the St ate UIL Math Competition in Austin during the last week of May.

Several Cherokee Home kids were honored at the San Saba County Rotary Banquet for outstanding grades. Congratulations to Kohlton, Crista, Chase, Tori, Sophia, Kaitlyn, and Courtney. Additional congratulations to Courtney, who also received a scholarship from the San Saba EMS.

The Cherokee Home for Children 2016 Graduating Seniors:  We are so proud of them!

  •  Courtney, Valedictorian of class, will attend Harding University and study biomedical engineering.
  •  Mason will live in Llano and work with family.
  •  Kaitlyn will attend Angelo State and major in Social Work.
  •  Sophia will attend Angelo State and major in biology.
  •  Seth will attend Tarleton University to study Criminal Justice
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