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First United Methodist holds one-day Vacation Bible School

First United Methodist Church hosted its annual Vacation Bible School Saturday, attracting an energetic group of youngsters for a day of food, fun, games and activities. According to VBS Director Renee Kiser, some 35 youngsters from 3 years to fifth grade took part in the day, which featured the theme “Hometown Nazareth – Where Jesus was a kid.” “The kids were excited and had fun,” Kiser said with a smile. “And they took all the information in like little sponges.” Here, a group of 3-5 year-olds hold water balloons in preparation for some wet summer fun as volunteer helpers oversee the action.

First United Methodist Church hosted its annual Vacation Bible School Saturday, attracting an energetic group of youngsters for a day of food, fun, games and activities. According to VBS Director Renee Kiser, some 35 youngsters from 3 years to fifth grade took part in the day, which featured the theme “Hometown Nazareth – Where Jesus was a kid.” “The kids were excited and had fun,” Kiser said with a smile. “And they took all the information in like little sponges.” Here, a group of 3-5 year-olds hold water balloons in preparation for some wet summer fun as volunteer helpers oversee the action.
http://www.pilotmountainnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_DSC03844.jpgFirst United Methodist Church hosted its annual Vacation Bible School Saturday, attracting an energetic group of youngsters for a day of food, fun, games and activities. According to VBS Director Renee Kiser, some 35 youngsters from 3 years to fifth grade took part in the day, which featured the theme “Hometown Nazareth – Where Jesus was a kid.” “The kids were excited and had fun,” Kiser said with a smile. “And they took all the information in like little sponges.” Here, a group of 3-5 year-olds hold water balloons in preparation for some wet summer fun as volunteer helpers oversee the action. Dean Palmer | The Pilot