BEST WESTERN PREMIER Mariemont Inn
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... before the afternoon service, knowing that some might leave directly afterward. Most of the people at this Feast site, I did not know beforehand, but Crystal was there, whom we had met at the Women's Weekend in Greensboro. Also Teri from Greensboro. We also knew Janet Treadway a little, and the girls met a a few people from various camps over the years.
The afternoon service was short. The choir sang "God Gives His People ...
... a lot of voice harmony was incorporated.
Other things we did in the last couple of days were grocery shopping and clothing/gift shopping. I found a blouse in Kohl's, Heather purchased a pretty dress in JC Penney's, and Heidi bought a really nice skirt and top in Marshall's. Our tastes are different, so it took three different clothing stores to satisfy! Although I rather like Heidi's skirt, so I might borrow it some day if ...
... pets and animals,and today was Family Day. :)
Later, we did some shopping, then there was an old-timey classic night with popcorn.
The day before yesterday, we took a couple with us to see the nearby Creation Museum. They are supposedly building a realistic and life-size model of Noah's Ark, but it will be another year or so before it is ready. Overall, it was a very good experience, except that they focus rather a lot on the dinosaurs, ...
... other people, as we had been at our own table for breakfast, and we did, this time. Two of the brethren were the choir director, George Rusnik and his wife Robin. He is such an interesting and friendly guy. The meal we had was wonderful: green beans, mashed potatoes, beef & chicken, bread roll, & best of all, a delicious slice of cake witha lemony filling. We fellowshipped for a long time, and I also met a guy fromToronto, Tony deSanto, who was in ...
We left our house just before 9 am on the Sabbath (26th) and drove to the Knoxville UCG congregation. It was easy to find the location, a high quality conference center with various different rooms,often apparently used for weddings, etc. Mr. Stan Martin, the pastor, was already in Jekyll Island, since he coordinates the Feast there this year.
Lacy & Frances Mayes were there, and later, Barbara & Madalene arrived. They had already ...