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May

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Blessing Of Graves

Scene from Blessing Of Graves.

On St. Thomas Sunday, Fr. Andrew blesses graves and our cemetery in Willow springs. On Memorial day he blesses graves at Evergreen cemetery. Relatives and friends are gathered at the grave of a loved one. May their memory be eternal!

Junior Olypmics

Scene from Junior Olypmics.

Our St. Luke's Olympians.

Scene from Junior Olypmics.

Getting ready to march into the stadium!

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Receiving the blessing before we compete.

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Our 10k runners are off!

Scene from Junior Olypmics.

Our 10k runners are off!

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Our 10k runners are off!

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Medal winners for the 10K! Angela, Emily, Jonathan, and Suzanne!

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The torch is brought in!

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Opening celebrations.

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Olivia medals in the 400!

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Adolf plays a checkers match.

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Anastasia ready to make a move in chess.

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James contemplates his next move.

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Anastasia in her backgammon match.

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And the Gold for Anastasia in backgammon!

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The bronze for checkers for Adolph.

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Softball throw. Anastasia looking to throw it out of the park!

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Anastasia and Adolph on the podium.

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Michael and Daniel in their double tennis match.

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Michael and Daniel receiving congratulations from his Grace Metropolitan IAKAVOS.

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Michael and Daniel on the podium after receiving their medals.

Many Years To Andy and Sherry

Scene from Many Years To Andy and Sherry.

Congratulations to Andy and Sherry on their 60th Wedding Anniversary. "God Grant Them Many Years!"

Mother's Day Brunch

Scene from Mother's Day Brunch.

In celebration of Mother's Day, at the end of Liturgy all our mothers were given a gift.

Scene from Mother's Day Brunch.

Following this a Mother's Day Brunch was served. Donations were taken in support of our missionaries.

Scene from Mother's Day Brunch.

Father Andrew blesses the meal.

Scene from Mother's Day Brunch.

Brunch is served.

Scene from Mother's Day Brunch.

Mimosas were served in addition to regular beverages. Our thanks go out to all work worked so hard for this special day. Special thanks also to all our mothers and "God Grant Them Many Years".

A Visit From PAWWS

Scene from A Visit From PAWWS.

This Sunday following Liturgy instead of a children's sermon we had a visit from a representative of PAWWS. Paws Assisting Wounded WarriorS is dedicated to providing trained service dogs for our United States Military Veterans afflicted with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (P.T.S.D.), Traumatic Brain Injury (T.B.I.) and other disabilities. They are committed to providing these service dogs and all related expenses at no cost to our veterans. This months charity collection will go to this worthy cause.

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