Easter blessing at Hilltop Home

he Manning Community Church AWANA Kids Club delivered little Easter baskets to the residents of the Hilltop Home of Comfort last Wednesday.

Posted April 25, 2014

By ALANNA TOMJACK

For the DC Herald

 

By Alanna Tomjack For the DC Herald The Manning Community Church AWANA Kids Club delivered little Easter baskets to the residents of the Hilltop Home of Comfort last Wednesday. Instead of their normal game time a couple weeks ago the kids prepared baskets. They worked together to make little baskets with sugar free candies. The candy was donated by members of the Manning Community Church. The AWANA kids met afterschool, the Wednesday before Easter, to hand deliver the baskets. The kids shared with the residents in the activity room.  AWANA stands for Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed and their first goal is to reach boys and girls with the Gospel of Christ. One of the kid’s favorite songs is “In the Lord’s Army.” The kids marched and flew with motions as they sang the song. The residents sang some of the verses along with the kids. It was a joyful moment for the young and the old. Several smiles were all around as the AWANA kids passed out the baskets to the residents.
Photo by Ray Druckenmiller
AWANA children Brooklyn Hutchison, Clayton Gregory, Kaitlynne Tomjack, Daisy Tomjack, Abigail Gordon, John Tomjack and leader Kaye Kirsch march to “I’m in the Lord’s Army” at Hilltop Home of Comfort in Killdeer.

 

The Manning Community Church AWANA Kids Club delivered little Easter baskets to the residents of the Hilltop Home of Comfort last Wednesday. Instead of their normal game time a couple weeks ago the kids prepared baskets. They worked together to make little baskets with sugar free candies. The candy was donated by members of the Manning Community Church.

The AWANA kids met afterschool, the Wednesday before Easter, to hand deliver the baskets. The kids shared with the residents in the activity room. AWANA stands for Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed and their first goal is to reach boys and girls with the Gospel of Christ. One of the kid’s favorite songs is “In the Lord’s Army.” The kids marched and flew with motions as they sang the song. The residents sang some of the verses along with the kids. It was a joyful moment for the young and the old. Several smiles were all around as the AWANA kids passed out the baskets to the residents.


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