Weekly Announcements Sunday, October 8, 2017
The new KLC Directory is ready. You may pick one up on the lanai before or after service. If we run out Cate will be printing more for next weekend.
PROPERTY CLEAN-UP DAY
There will be a property cleanup day Saturday, October 24th, beginning at 8:00 am. We will most likely be working on the parking lot and hillside but that may change. The Tongan congregation will be here as always to help out. Everyone is welcome to come and join in the fun to keep out grounds looking lovely.
LOOKING FOR A HOME
Cate (our office administrator), Beth (our music coordinator) and Bob (with Charlie-the best dog in the world!), are looking for a new place to live.
They have been blessed by renting from our wonderful Elvin and Pam Kamoku family for the past 3+ years.
If you know of any rental possibilities for them, please call Cate at our KLC office.
HARVEST BLESSINGS THANKSGIVING
The Outreach Team and Sunday school will be working together to ask for donations to go toward providing a full Thanksgiving meal once again to the Keolahou Food Pantry recipients. Beginning October 1st a small donation of $ 7.50 would be greatly appreciated to pay for 1 box of food containing 15 items, which includes a canned ham. We will be distributing 70+ boxes by November 9th, in order to have them there before Thanksgiving. There will be a Harvest Blessings Door Hanger that will go with each box. We would like to ask anyone in the congregation who is willing to take one home, put it together and return it along with a message to do so. Please see Margie Terluin, Donna Smith or Vicki and Jessi Nelson for more information.
Pastors and congregations of the Hukilau conference are invited to attend a worship service in observance of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Cathedral in Honolulu. This will be held on Saturday, October 14th at 3:00 p.m. The Rev. Dr. David Lose is a well-known preacher and he is going to preach that Saturday and also to share a lecture on Sunday afternoon (again at St. Andrew’s) for EVERYONE (pastors and lay folks!) on the importance of the Reformation then, now and looking into the future. This is a great way to gather together and prepare for your Reformation worships in your own congregations on Sunday, October 29th.
KEIKI KLOTHING EXCHANGE
This is a free program run by KLC Member Ali Dauler for the community. The next exchange will be THIS Saturday, October 7th, starting at 9:00 a.m. A donation is not required to attend, all are welcome! All children’s clothing from newborn to 12 years, boy and girl, will be accepted. Along with Maternity clothing, toys, shoes and books. All left over donations go to Women Helping Women and other charities. A few volunteers are needed for sorting of clothes, if you can help please contact Ali by cell (831)428-1718.
GAMES PARTICIPANTS GETTING SMARTER ! Rummykub seems the favorite game when we meet every Tuesday at 1:30 in the Billiard Room at Kalama Heights, 101 Kanani Rd. Last week everyone won at least one game. The game has become so popular that we had to order a second set so up to 10 can play each week. We’d love to have you join in and get smarter too. Need to know more, contact Dave at 874-1481.
WHERE’S THE RABBIT?
The YMCA Group (Youth, Missions, Community and Adults) of the Outreach Committee will bring out its second play “Harvey” at the Iao theatre in Wailuku on Sunday October 15 at the 3PM matinee.
This is the Pulitzer Prize winning story of Elwood P. Dowd and his imaginary six foot rabbit Harvey. Elwood insists on including his imaginary rabbit friend in all of his sister Veta’s social gatherings. To avoid further embarrassment for Veta’s family and especially for her daughter, Myrtle Mae, Veta decides to have Elwood committed to a sanatorium. At the sanatorium, a frantic Veta explains that Elwood’s hallucination has caused her to see Harvey too, and so the Doctors mistakenly commit Veta instead of her mild mannered brother Elwood.
The KLC Movie/Theatre Club tickets are discounted to $18. See Lynn and Karen Carlson or Dave and Dee Reader for information and tickets.