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Capital Project Update

June 24, 2017

New funds raised since first of the year from new contributions, Easter offering, pie sale, and organ recital total $6319. Remaining amount to be raised by 12/31/18 is $71,093. Accelerated payments received since March – $23,500. Thank you!

Tuck-pointing is proceeding as planned. We should realize significant savings in labor costs, as they were able to begin their work early in the construction season.

Remember you can always make a contribution to the capital campaign by using offering envelopes in the pews. Mark the line “Building Fund”. The Trustees proceed on projects as funds become available. Still on the list: upper windows, restroom updates, organ refurbishment, parking lot resurfacing, and trustees’ building endowment. The project list is posted on the office window and the bulletin board outside the library.

 

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Organ tours

May 2, 2017

Kids from JAM, the Wednesday night music experience, got a tour of the organ March 22.  They got a close look at the keyboard, saw individual organ pipes up close, and visited the room that houses the pipes.

On April 2 the same tour was offered after church. Assistant organists Josh Peterson (right) and Parker Hinnenkamp (above) led the tours.

 

 

 

 

Discovery Classroom Upgrade

May 2, 2017

This summer the Discovery Classroom (Room 105) will be refurbished. The room will be painted. New cabinets and countertops will be installed. Volunteer needs: painters, demolition and cabinet/baseboard installation. This project is being funded by the McCarthy Fund which supports children and youth projects.

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Capital Campaign Update

May 2, 2017

Tuckpointing is on track to be completed this construction season.  Because of those that found the means to pay ahead on their pledge and those making a new contribution we were able to sign a contract with significant savings.  Thank you!

Please attend, spread the word, and bring a friend to attend the May 21 organ recital to benefit the Arrowhead Guild of Organists scholartship fund the Capital Campaign!

 

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