School, Sewing and Something New in Saguache Today
This summer’s Vacation Bible School program continues this week offered by Pitkin Avenue Baptist Church in Saguache. The program is open to preschool (potty trained and able to stay away from parents for three hours) through Junior High students. The school will be held the week of June 19 – 23, starting at 5 p.m.
It’s a great summer program for the kids and includes studying some exciting stories from the Bible as well as food, activities, story-telling, games, songs and lots of fun!
This year’s theme is “submerged” in fun! The Sanctuary and classrooms are decorated in underwater designs!
For more information about this program or to register your child, please contact Pastor Mark Swinney at 719-655-0201.
They are also looking for additional volunteers to help with this engaging group of children. The Pitkin Avenue Baptist Church is located at 610 7th Street in Saguache.
The church offers services on Sundays: Bible Study 9:30 a.m., Worship service at 11 a.m.
Quilts on Display This Saturday
The Saguache Sagebrush Quilters will present their first quilt show on Saturday, June 24 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Road and Bridge Building at 3rd Street and Denver Avenue in Saguache. There’s no charge for admission. Members will be displaying a number of full size quilts as well as smaller items such as table runners, wall hangings and a variety of miscellaneous quilted pieces.
The club also have their newest joint effort quilt on display and tickets will be available for the drawing, which will take place at Fall Festival, Sept Visitors will be able to choose their favorite quilt as winner of the Viewers’ Choice Awards, which will be decided in two categories: full-sized quilts and the smaller quilted pieces. Voting will close at 3 p.m. Ribbons awarded at 3:30 p.m. Please attend this event and support this talented group of women.
New Equipment At Community Building
There is a new microwave and a new conviction toaster oven in the Community Building kitchen! After last year’s Community Thanksgiving meal there was a small amount of money left from the Colorado Trust.
Those monies combined with some funds raised from selling some pies brought the total to $300, which after some smart shopping, allowed the town to purchases both pieces of equipment.
Special thanks to The Colorado Trust which continues to support community programs like these.