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Tim and Colleen Stevens and proud big brother Christopher give thanks to God for the safe arrival of
Andrew Stevens on Friday, June 30 at 11:27 p.m. He was born at home weighing in at 6 lb. 7 oz.

Proud grandparents are Jim and Marion Lindsay of Orangeville and Ted and Suzanne Stevens of
Merrickville.

Special Thanks to Mary Ann Leslie and Barbara Poy as well as the City of Toronto Emergency Response
Team, North York Division for their excellent care! There is a bigger story here!

Psssst - Mum's the word

Tina Torrie will be turning 70 years young on August 31st. Please consider this as your invitation to a
SURPRISE come and go party to honour this occasion on Sunday, August 27th. No gifts please. She
doesn't have room for anything else! Your presence will be gift enough! Please forward this e-mail to
anybody whom you think may be interested.

We will be receiving guests at my house (Ann's) at 62 Morgandale Crescent in Orangeville between 1:00
and 4:00 p.m. There will be light refreshments served! If you need directions (see Map) or require any
more information, please e-mail me at mkat@rogers.com phone me at (519) 942-8501 or (519) 939-6917.
Map

Hope to see you there! Please remember that this is a SURPRISE, so please don't say anything to Mom!

Ann, Jill and Doug Torrie and Families

The Storyteller

Most of you will remember "Marilyn the Storyteller" who brought meaningful and fun messages to
"children's story time" at Westminster. Most of you will also know that this is a woman who has done 'so
much for so many for so long' in the church and the community as well. It is time to "give back"!

A tree carving, to be done by a local artist, is being commissioned in Marilyn's honour. It is to be called
"THE STORYTELLER" and will be located, when finished, in front of the Orangeville Public Library! It will
be carved in her likeness and will bear a plaque with her name, date, etc.

Marilyn is residing at the Avalon and is aware of and involved in the project. She is thrilled and loves the
chosen location. This will be a wonderful tribute to Marilyn. The project has given her something to look
forward to, and be excited about. We had quite a giggle when I asked her if she was up to "standing in
front of the Library telling stories for the next 500 years"!

If you would like to contribute financially to this project, please contact Anne Richardson at 519 941-4490
or email at jtrear@rogers.com

Thanks for your consideration. ...Anne Richardson.

Up-date

Piano keys for sale!
Don’t miss your chance to buy a key
Only 10 keys left!
Make your cheque out to:
Westminster United Church - piano key (tax receipt given).
Questions? Call Brian Bleasdale 519 938-9388
or the church office 519 941-0381
Total piano fund raising amount: $10,050

Summer Worship – 10:30 a.m.
Worship Leader and Music Ministry

July 30th     Steve Brown & Joy Bell
August 6th    Sue Scottinwood & Joan Borden
August 13th   Donna Mann & Joy Bell
August 20th   Donna Mann & Linda Patterson
August 27th   Rev. Sandra & Rev. Sandra

OFFICE HOURS:

Closed for the Month of July
Messages and mail will be forwarded to the appropriate people.

August Hours
Tuesday to Friday 8:30 to Noon.

Nidus Ecumenical Youth Festival, August 4th-6th, Kitchener. Alert your young people and check it out
at http://www.nidus2006.ca Karen Hamilton, General Secretary of the Canadian Council of Churches,
urges you to encourage your young people to take part in this great summer event. The Canadian
Council of Churches is the sponsor and there are a tremendous variety of religious traditions involved.
Fabulous musicians including Susan Aglukark will be there and, there will be an Aids/HIV social justice
focus. Organizers are hoping for 1500 folk. The United Church National Office is supporting this project.

What is the purpose of In-SPIRE-ation anyway? My hope is that it connects and links us together at
Westminster.

Blessings, Wayne
donnelly@sympatico.ca

From our Sunday bulletin advertisers

Egan Funeral Home 941-2630
Baxter & Giles Chapel
http://www.eganfuneralhome.com
E-mail: orangeville@eganfuneralhome.com

Erskine Service Centre 941-3440
"Your best stop to keep going!"
http://www.erskineservicecentre.com
E- mail: service@erskinesservicecentre.net

				
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