Ramada Morgantown Hotel & Conference Center
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We spent the last three weeks in CT visiting with family and friends. Thank you to my brother Rich and sister Bren/brother-in-law Brian for your hospitality. Also, thanks to Khloe for entertaining Sandy.....Sandy misses her.
It was great being in CT and glad we were able to visit. While in CT we were able to celebrate some special events.
It was good to be able to see/visit with Kev and Kat as they moved into their dorms ...
... kids have beautiful, strong voices. I promise to upload the video soon.
We packed up rooms and loaded up the bus 1 last time. We actually left RIGHT ON TIME!
We stopped about 1230 to enjoy our boxed lunches at a quaint little rest stop. While we were here, Karen announced the final winner for the house points. The boys won by only 3 points. My team is not bitter and did not demand a recount even though we ...
... eat again. (Don't be surprised if your kids come home expecting 3 large meals a day.) We were thrilled to see that their VBS kids had made signs for us and they were strung around the sanctuary.
Just as we were sitting down to eat, 3 amazing women burst through the door. Imagine our surprise to see Leslie Oakes, Miriam Ludlow and Brenda Farrar! It was very exciting to see them. Thank you so much! Just before the concert started we were surprised by yet ...
... talking to this lady and her husband and the next thing I know, they were all 4 holding hands and Maddie was leading them in a prayer of thanksgiving and prayers for healing of her cancer. What God-led students we have with us.
There was one little lady in red that was determined to escape. She set off the alarms a few time during the concert. Afterwards, when the kids were taking out the equipment, she started accusing them of stealing her babies. She then called ...
... br> The Soup Opera offers a variety of services to those that are homeless or just down on there luck. In one building, people can eat lunch daily in the soup kitchen, get groceries on a regular basis (once a week I think) AND get free clothes, hygiene products and other household type items. The kids were split up into 3 different groups. Some kids sorted and folded clothes that had been donated. They put away several big trash bags full of clothes. Kara took on ...