NYD Webteam: October 2016
Many positive comments are coming in about the Reeth Methodist Community Scrapbook afternoon last Tuesday. We're hoping for an equally successful meet on Fri 25 Nov at 9.30am until lunchtime.
Thank you to all who came along on Tuesday and made it the success it was; (special thanks to the lady who supplied us with tea; and all those who brought cake) it was good to hear the stories and see all the 'artefacts' that were brought along.
Who did drink the communion wine and was it alcoholic...?
We now have many photos on computer as well as paper photocopies with accompanying notes. We also have a digital recording of a cassette tape — so there is plenty to do when we gather again at Hudson House on the Friday morning.
Please send E versions of your stories of the chapel building and maybe some photographs; so, if you can't get along on Friday you can still share in the conversation. email@example.com with 'scrapbook' as the title.
All are invited to share in this happening and anyone who has a story to tell or a picture to show is welcome.
Reeth Methodist has hosted concerts, baptisms, weddings, funerals, services and 'Drop In' over the years and many have visited from near and far so come along and contribute to this project.
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