News for 12/11/2019 Honor Band
United Church of Kensington Christmas Program
Sunday, December 15, the United Church youth will present their Christmas musical called “The Christmas Express” written by Susie Williams, Celeste and David Clydesdale. Worship begins at 10:25 at the United Church at 204 West Cedar in Kensington and the musical will be performed during worship.
The delightful story is about the Christmas Express train that is making their annual journey to Bethlehem Pennsylvania to celebrate the birth of Jesus with a grand pageant there. The question is who will God choose to ride the train on this special night. The audience will meet Mrs. Davis the pageant director and her students. The students will be joined with some special riders including a grumpy businesswoman who doesn’t believe in Christmas. Through the special songs and narration the youth will share their joyful journey as God provides some special miracles on their train ride.
Following the Christmas program, the church will provide hot beef sandwiches and party potatoes for lunch. Families attending are asked to bring either a salad or dessert. The youth have been working hard on this special program and you are invited to come see their Christmas gift to the church.
Kensington Senior-Community Center
The Senior-Community Center in Kensington held their November potluck with eight people enjoying and evening of good food and fellowship. The December potluck will be held Saturday, December 14, with a meal at noon, followed by a gift exchange and fun activities. They have decided to have a “White Elephant” exchange this year. Bring something you have and no longer need or use for a gift. This item must be in nice shape and good condition for regifting. Please join us for our annual Christmas Party and an afternoon of fun and fellowship. Hope to see you there! Please call 476-2224 with any questions.
K-Town Kates Met
The K-town Kates met at the Community Center Friday, December 6, for their Christmas party. Tasty appetizers and hot cider furnished by the members were enjoyed before the meal of chicken fried steak, party potatoes, green beans, and Brookville corn prepared and served by Paula and Nick Haskett. Salads and desserts also furnished by the club members were enjoyed.
President Barb Grauerholz led the group in a game and then the gift exchange was held. Next year’s officers will be: Donna Westbrook, President; Doris Wiens, Vice President; Deb Bienhoff, Secretary; and Donna Johnson, Treasurer. Members and guests enjoying the evening were: Paul and Deb Bienhoff, Lee and Donna Johnson, Darold and Joyce Grauerholz, Bob and Donna Westbrook, Barb Grauerholz, Janet Hoverson, Georgetta Kinyon, Irene and Ijean Hilbrink, Ruth Levin, Carmen Rice, Loretta Struik, and Doris Wiens.