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Bulletin Board Annual Report January 2005

In July of 2004 two new bulletin boards were mounted - one in the narthex and the other in the fellowship hall. For the narthex display, ideas were extracted from our parishioners. They suggested posting the names and photos of our clergy as well as the monthly calendar and weekly bulletin each week. They felt this was important for visitors as well as our members.

Pat Ketchmark accepted the responsibility of maintaining the narthex board. Some of the themes were:

  • Summer Saints and Feastdays (July/August)
  • 9/11 Display (September) - "We Shall Not Forget"
  • Patronal Feastday/20th Anniversary (October)
  • Mission to India (November)
  • Saints and Feastday of the Holy Season (December)

    June Anderson accepted the job of maintaining the two boards in the Fellowship Hall.

  • The smaller bulletin board downstairs is devoted to charities/appeals.
  • The larger one posts local parish events, local community events, weekly prayer lists, correspondence, parish council minutes, and monthly stewardship reports.

    I have received many favorable comments about this new ministry. I want to thank Pat and June for sharing their artistic talents. I also want to thank Mike Bauml for the photographs that we download from the website. Coupled with the icons from, we are able to maintain colorful religious and social events.

    One favor we must ask of our parishioners. Please do not post any materials on the bulletin boards. Instead place them in the "Bulletin Board " mailbox. Pat or June will then mount them appropriately provided they are church related.

    For the year of 2005, we will continue to post material pertinent to each season as well as historical parish activities.