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Bulletin Board Annual Report January 2009

Prepared by Luba Johnson

To be honest, this has been the hardest of all ministries to manage. Many thanks to Aristea Zekios for filling in and changing the boards and helping to make the vestibule presentable. God Bless her! The requirement of someone to have a commitment to “change out the scenery” about once a month has been delegated by Father Andrew and my predecessors and then they, in turn, pass the job to someone else, and nothing ever gets done. I have asked numerous people to head up this creative ministry, but have always been told “no”. This is a perfect opportunity for someone; it doesn’t involve much work, and no stress. Any takers? St. Luke is involved in many areas of minisry and outreach to the community; don’t we want to show our visitors what we are about so that we can grow as a parish? This is just a small commitment but can potentially impress others to join us. If we never show others the life of our church, will we continue to have life as a church?