News for 10/30/2019
Senior/Community Center Potluck
There will be a Halloween Potluck at the Kensington Senior/Community Center on Thursday, October 31st. We will open at 5:00pm with candy treats for the children. Treats will be available until 9:00pm. The potluck will be at 6:00pm. All are welcome. Please bring a dish to share with others. There will be games to play after eating; cards and dominoes. Come join us for an evening of fun, good food, and fellowship.
Israel Presentation at United Church
Join us this Sunday, November 3rd, for a special program during church with a potluck meal to follow. Larry and Judy Burgess will share about their Israel experience; a biblical, historical, and modern day journey to Israel. This special presentation will be given during church service, which begins at 10:25am. The United Church will host a potluck following service, so bring a dish and plan to stay for food and fellowship.
Turkey Dinner Drawing
Hosting Thanksgiving dinner? Let the Kensington Community Store take the stress away of preparing the meal. Come in and purchase tickets for a turkey dinner for 10! Meal includes mashed potatoes/gravy, dressing, green bean casserole, and dessert. All you have to do is warm up meal and enjoy that day. The tickets are $5 a piece. The winner will be announced Nov. 16th and meal can be picked up Nov. 27.
KCS is thankful for all the support.
Lions Club Monthly Meeting
At the lions club’s September monthly meeting, Mrs patty Lowe and her student, Ivy Corbett, spoke to the club for “education month” to update the club on the students’ progress in the art program using mosaics. Last year, the club donated funds to the art program so Mrs. Lowe could purchase materials to begin doing mosaics with her students. A year later, many students have thrived with this project using mosaics. She also recently received additional funds from the Smith County Community Foundation to expand the program. she now has materials and tools available at both the high school and middle school.
Ivy shared what her current projects are and explained the process of doing mosaics. She expressed how much she loves the art program and both she and Patty expressed their thanks to the lions for their support of art in the school.
Other club business included a donation to the American Legion in memory of Roy Wangerin. A donation was also given to the commercial club to help support their activities.
Upcoming Lions events are the delivering of meals on Veterans Day, candy sales at the parade, and their annual pancake feed Sunday, November 10, starting at 6am.