Happy Sunday everyone!

I'm writing to you from Chicago on my little iPad. Please excuse any grammatical errors.

The book sale ended Saturday. Thanks to all who helped out this weekend to sell, tear down, sort books, etc. I don't have final numbers yet, but I believe we had another successful year. Many people I will thank in a separate email.

Last week we had an outstanding presentation with Hannah Warren showing us the power one person can have to change many lives. Her message on how she helped impoverished women of India have better lives was really inspiring. We also recognized our March Tokata Student of the month Lizbeth Gutierrez.

This week's presentation will be fascinating as we learn how Peter Vodenka managed to escape Communistic rule of Czechosolovakia with his young family. He has an appreciation for freedom from his perspective that I think you will really want to hear, so please join us to hear this interesting tale of escape and starting a new life. You will be greeted again this week by Helkamp, Helkamp and Hoehn. The Finemaster this week is Jim Conway and our Songmaster is Dave Paradise. 


BRING YOUR JARS OF JELLY TO THE MEETING! We have a ways to go on our collection this month so buy those jars and bring them to the meeting!

BRIDGING: Saturday, April 26 7:30AM to noon. Please see Lee Hennen to sign up as a volunteer

SHAKOPEE HIGH SCHOOL SPRING PLAY - "The Crucible" will have Valerie Huber our exchange student in a leading role. Please see Sheila to sign up for tickets to see the play on FRIDAY, APRIL 25 7:00 PM Tickets are $6 a piece.

In Peace and Service,

Sheila McNeill
President, 2013-14


Book Sale Teardown Team - Saturday, April 12, 2014Image