The Southern Baptist Disaster Relief Chain Saw Team was in Christopher Creek helping residents cut down some very large trees on their property. They will be in the area for the next two weeks to get hands on training and help neighbors who may have trees that need cut.
Chris Parrot is the team leader along with Martin McEelhaney, Marvin Hoskinson, Don Smith, Charlie Carney, Sam Jones, Phyllis Agnew, who is president of the Firebelles, and Linda Atkins, also from Christopher Creek. They are the fastest-growing team in the U.S. They did Hurricane Ike, and Katrina. If you need a tree down, give Phyllis Agnew a call at (928) 478-0976.
CCHA will have a Dumpster available for Christopher Creek homeowners at the Landmark, Saturday, July 11. For brush, pine needles and tree limbs only.
Volunteers with a trailer are needed. They are asking for homeowners to please try and get your bags to the Dumpster yourselves. If not, you must be available to help load your brush. For more information call Judy Toole at (928) 478-0508 or Laura Alvin (928) 478-4798.
Vacation Bible School starts Monday, July 13, from 9 a.m. to noon, and will run through Friday, July 17. This year’s theme is “Join Us For Boomerang Express — It All Comes Back To Jesus.”
Bingo is back
The Christopher/Kohl’s Firebelles will sponsor an ice cream social and bingo night on Saturday, July 18. Adult bingo and ice cream will be $5, and children’s bingo and ice cream will be $2.50.
There will be lots of prizes. It’s an inexpensive and fun way to spend a Saturday evening with the whole family.