Two kinds of soup at Vavenby potluck

Come on out to the next Vavenby community potluck luncheon on March 29, 11 - 2

Vavenby Christian Church held its most recent potluck lunch on Wednesday, Feb. 22.

Melissa Stone made a lentil soup and Bob Rexin a vegetable barley one. Nineteen people attended the luncheon and finished off most of the soups, home baked buns, veggies, cheese, ham, and desserts.

Everyone enjoyed talking with one another and it was so cheerful to get outside in this cold weather.

Come on out to the next Vavenby community potluck luncheon on March 29, 11 – 2.

Christian drama film coming soon

A feature length movie will be shown at Vavenby Christian Church on Sunday, March 5, beginning at 11 a.m – 1pm. The movie is called War Room. Popcorn will be provided.

First vandalism in a long time

The storage shed at Vavenby’s outdoor skating rink has been vandalized and at least six pair of skates stolen.

One night Sheldon Mattenley noticed that the door to the shed that should have been locked was open on Feb. 22 and he got in touch with other people.

There was a barbecue and several shovels that could have been taken but it was just skates. The police have been notified and will be looking into it.

 

It is sad that something like this has happened in the Vavenby area because it has been a long time since any vandalism has occurred.

 

 

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