Church potluck today.  

Grandma, Teresa Davis had a surprise visit from 

grandsons Max and Ben.

Chief Jay Sanders is an Elder in the church.

Anna Grace Fleming's first day of Second Grade at Eastside Elementary, August 10, 2017.  
Anna Grace is he daughter of  
Steven & Brandi  Fleming,


 Marilyn Barlow Willhoit, teacher at Westside Elementary,  teaching fourth graders 
about vegetables... what they are called, which part of the plant they come from, 
and how to prepare them.

Sunday Morning 

                       Oliver joins Mary before worship.

  Always  nice to see the young visiting with other 

  congregational members. 




Dr. Greg Cooper at Kincaid Lake State Park with granddaughter Hazel. 







   Rachel Swinford, Harrison County Color Guard

Brothers John Russell and Nash Arnold found rocks

during the Cynthiana Rock Search.

Here they are sharing what they found and showing they

will be re-hiding them  in the area. 

Harrison Memorial Hospital has relaunched the Artist of the Month Art Program for 2017. 

HMH's newest featured artist of the month is Mrs. Betty Fish Smith. 

She is pictured here with members of her family. 

The display features paintings in a variety of styles. The display can be viewed in the 

new HMH building hallway located between the emergency department waiting area and the Specialty Clinic. 

                                     The picture below was taken at Transylvania University where church member
                                           Rachel Swinford was attending the Henry Clay Center for Statesmanship Student Congress.

The Henry Clay Center for Statesmanship imparts the skills of public dialogue and leadership to bring about change in an increasingly polarizing environment. The flagship endeavor gathers exceptional high school and college students from every region to engage in Student Congresses where next-generation leaders and public servants learn the lost art of negotiation, goodwill, and compromise.
The week-long Student Congresses gather fifty college or high school students together with lawmakers, academics, journalists, and business leaders to discuss the importance of applying the art of compromise in every aspect of their activities. Carefully-chosen guest speakers engage with the students throughout the week. Curriculum is designed by the University of Kentucky Martin School of Public Policy and Administration and by Dr. Michael Cairo and his team at Transylvania University, and capped off with a debate in the Old State Capitol.  Students will also tour the Ashland Estate (Henry Clay’s home), visit the Council for State Government’s national office, and participate in dinners and discussions.

Church members enjoyed connecting with church members and
 friends living at Cedar Ridge.