Church hosts successful Bible school

12 years ago

Church hosts successful Bible school


by Jennifer Buzza

    The Mapleton United Baptist Church hosted 46 students and 13 helpers July 9-13. Joshua and Melanie Duncan directed “Sent with a Message” Vacation Bible School. The week events included Bible stories focusing on the apostle Paul, crafts, snacks, mission projects, songs, games and making a video.

The Mapleton High School Class of 1962 held its class reunion June 30
Photo courtesy of Terry Sandusky

      Attending were, from left, front row: Sandra (Gough) Sperry, Charles Munn, Jerry Dow and Trudie (Coffin) Buck. Middle row: Launa (Tompkins) Greenier, Dorothy (Tarbell) Cormier, Paula (Moody) Elliot and Linda (Young) Smith. Back row: Elwood Ellis, Claudine (McPherson) MacBurnie and Eleanor (Wilcox) Millville.



    Birthday wishes this week go out to Gene Hoffses, Wayne MacFarline, Winnie Ireland, Ryan Kenney, Jocelyn Rossi, Lynn Hansen, Rachel Potter, Sophia Morton, Shaye McHatten, Allison Morton, Willie Soucy, Olivia Boyles, Kathie Beaulieu, Bobby Grendell, Laurie Buck and Ranger Morton.



    Happy anniversary this week to Trudy and Dale DeBlois on the 26th, Scott and Rena Carlin and Josh and Melanie Duncan on the 27th, Chad and Emily Carter, Terry and Heidi Chasse and Jeramy and Melissa Buck on the 28th, Peter and Carla Burlock and Norman and Joyce Johndro on the 29th, Erwin and Paula Elliott on the 30th, and Jim and Karen Burrill, Martin and Kelly Johndro and Peter and Jeannie Wilcox on the 31st.

    Jennifer Buzza is the correspondent for Mapleton, Castle Hill and Chapman. She can be reached at 760-9115, or by e-mail at