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Children Ministry Annual Report January 2011

Diane Nickolau

The DCFS Gift Drive had another successful year. St. Luke’s took 75 of the 1,500 names taken by the Orthodox Community. The gifts were due on Sunday November 28. They were all accounted for on Friday December 3 and taken to St. Constantine and Helen's Greek Orthodox Church, where they were picked up by volunteers on Saturday December 4th and taken to DCFS Headquarters to be distributed.

I would like to thank the St. Luke's community for their generous spirit!! The presents were beautifully wrapped and I am sure a lot of thought, care and love went into picking out these gifts. I would especially like to thank Mary and Mike Kincaid for opening the Church for us and helping to account for the gifts, and to Tanya Andoniadis, her friend Marcy, and Mike Nickolaou for helping to transport the gifts to St. Constantine and Helens. We adjourned for coffee and breakfast when we were finished.