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September 25, 2018

“Message In A Bottle” Sent From First United Methodist Church Vaction Bible School Children To Michaud Residents


</p>Pictured (left to right) are First United Methodist Church Vacation Bible School students Caleb Clarke; Anna Clarke; Cassandra Clarke; Michaud resident, Evelyn Guilfoyle; Corinne Clarke; and Judy Craigmile, VBS Director. The children visited Michaud Residential Health Services recently to provide each resident with a special "message in a bottle" gift they made.

Pictured (left to right) are First United Methodist Church Vacation Bible School students Caleb Clarke; Anna Clarke; Cassandra Clarke; Michaud resident, Evelyn Guilfoyle; Corinne Clarke; and Judy Craigmile, VBS Director. The children visited Michaud Residential Health Services recently to provide each resident with a special "message in a bottle" gift they made.

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Residents at Michaud Residential Health Services in Fulton received a special gift from children of the First United Methodist Church in Phoenix Vacation Bible School class.

The children presented residents with a “message in a bottle” craft item.  The “Message in a Bottle” was a project that reflected their beach theme for this summer’s Vacation Bible School.

Each bottle held a picture or a message of encouragement from the children. Each child decorated their own bottle and created their own message especially for a resident.

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