Funds raised at the breakfast help support the church’s missions. For example, 75 youth and adults from St. Andrew UMC will be going on Mission Trips to Sevierville, Tenn.; Panama City Beach, Fla.; Bayou La Batre, Ala.; and the mountains of Appalachia this summer.
The crowd continued to build as time for the Easter Egg Scramble approached. By the time St. Andrew UMC’s Director of Children’s Ministries Regina Haller signaled for participants to start filling their baskets, more than 200 children stood poised to gather their share of the more than 5,000 eggs that covered the ground where the church has its pumpkin patch every October.
“St. Andrew thanks all of our members and volunteers who helped the Easter Bunny fill and put all those eggs out for the children to enjoy,” Haller said. “The Easter Egg Scramble is always a lot of fun for children, parents and grandparents alike. The memories last a lifetime.”
Congratulations to the NASA Cherokee U10 Girls Academy team for winning the Concorde Challenge Cup U10 Division held February 16 to 17 in Atlanta. The team plays out of United Quest Park in Kennesaw.
Mark your calendars for Tuesday May 7 at 1 p.m. at the Jennie T. Anderson Theatre at the Cobb Civic Center (548 South Marietta Pkwy SE, Marietta). You won’t want to miss Cobb Senior Idol, an afternoon of music, comedy, and dance. Contestants will battle it out to be the 2013 Cobb Senior Idol.
A panel of judges will select five top contestants from the competition. Then, the audience will decide the next Cobb Senior Idol. Anyone interested in performing all (770) 528-1445 for more information.Rehearsal is May 6. Applications are available at all senior multipurpose centers of Cobb Senior Services. Visit portal.cobbcounty
Tickets are $5 at the door and senior centers.
Sally Litchfield is a longtime Marietta resident. She formerly practiced law in Marietta and now stays home to raise her two children. Send Sally news at email@example.com. Call Sally at (770) 425-8106.